People on the Move – August 1, 2016


August Calhoun has been named Senior Vice President (SVP) of North America Services at Siemens Healthineers. His responsibilities include Siemens U.S. Service business lines, including customer, enterprise, and digital services. Calhoun joins the company from the cloud-based healthcare firm Truven Health Analytics of Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he served as SVP and general manager of provider solutions. Calhoun has a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania.

Robert Dewey is Siemens Healthineers of North America’s new Vice President of Surgery. Dewey will be charged with growing the company’s surgical business into spinal, orthopedic, and general surgery and will lead its cross-modality CT and MR initiatives for inter-procedural imaging. Dewey has been with Siemens for more than 35 years, during which he has been Senior Director of Marketing for Angiography Imaging Systems, Senior Director of Cardiology and Hybrid OR, and Zone Business Manager for Angiography and X-ray Systems. He first joined Siemens in 1981 as a service engineer.

Mark Little has been named Manager of Business Development for the Canadian Market for Rayence, Inc. of Fort Lee, New Jersey, which in April 2016 became a publicly traded corporation. Little, the 14-year owner-CEO of the Edmonton, Alberta-based Nuon Imaging will be responsible for introducing the company to the Canadian market, and establishing a country-wide dealer network for Rayence there.

Health IT developer Cerner has added Jeff Hurst as its Senior Vice President of Cerner Revenue Cycle Management and President of Cerner RevWorks. The appointment takes effect September 1; Hurst is currently the senior vice president of finance at the Florida Hospital in Orlando, where he has worked for 19 years in various leadership and financial roles. Hurst holds an MBA from Creighton University.

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