Hygieia adds to its clinical liaison team as more physicians embrace revolutionary d-Nav® technology | Hygieia

Hygieia adds to its clinical liaison team as more physicians embrace revolutionary d-Nav® technology

Hygieia has appointed Nikki Seeley as its newest clinical liaison. Nikki will be serving primary care physicians, endocrinologists, clinics and health systems throughout southeast and central Michigan with special focus on Oakland and Macomb counties, and Flint and Saginaw markets. She joins Hygieia as demand grows for the organization’s first-to-market d-Nav® Insulin Management Program.

Seeley, who has deep experience in sales, management and operations, recently served as a diabetes sales and care specialist at Solara Medical Supplies and, before that, as a respiratory sales specialist for Lincare Respiratory & Durable Medical Equipment. While at Sanofi-Aventis, where she earned an award for excellence and performance, Seeley was responsible for educating clinicians on the safety and efficacy of several market-leading pharmaceutical brands. Nikki started her career with Eli Lilly as a diabetes sales specialist, where she helped launch several new pharmaceuticals in the diabetes market.

“Nikki is an accomplished medical professional dedicated to educating and supporting health care practices as they help patients manage diabetes,” said Eran Bashan, CEO and co-founder of Hygieia. “She is an advocate for new medical technologies that result in better outcomes. We’re excited to have Nikki share our d-Nav program with physicians and their patients across southeast and central Michigan.”

“My role as a clinical liaison will allow me to help physicians understand the need to frequently titrate insulin doses to effectively and safely manage a patient’s blood glucose,” said Nikki. “I’m looking forward to sharing the benefits of Hygieia’s AI-driven d-Nav® technology as the best resource for physicians to delegate this simple but important task.”

Nikki holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, human resources management from Central Michigan University.