People on the Move – August 4, 2017

By Matt Skoufalos

SetPoint Medical of Valencia, California has added Terry Bevirt as vice president of clinical affairs. She has spent 20 years in pharmaceutical and biotechnology clinical research operations. Bevirt was most recently senior director of clinical operations at Armagen, has been therapeutic area planning and operations director at Amgen, and has worked with Pharmacia, Affiliated Research Centers and Abbott Laboratories. She has a bachelor’s degree in medical technology from the University of Wisconsin and is a certified clinical research associate.

After announcing plans to spin off its Diversey division to Bain Capital as a standalone business, Sealed Air Corporation of Charlotte, North Carolina has named Ilham Kadri Diversey president and CEO. Kadri has been president of the Diversey Care business for Sealed Air since 2013; prior to that, she worked for companies including Shell-LyondellBasell, Cytec, Huntsman, and Rohm Haas-Dow. Kadri is the founder and chair of The ISSA Hygieia Network, an advisory board member of Catalyst, serves on the board of directors of A.O. Smith Corporation, and is a chemical engineer with a master’s degree in physics and chemistry and a doctorate in polymer reactive extrusion.

Ilham Kadri

Mediware Information Systems of Lenexa, Kansas, has added Bill Miller as its CEO; Miller was most recently CEO of OptumInsight at the UnitedHealth Group subsidiary Optum, and succeeds outgoing CEO Kelly Mann, who joined the company as CEO in 2007.

Change Healthcare of Nashville, Tennessee named Samuel Allen Hamood as its executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective August 21. Hamood joined the company from TransUnion Corporation, where he has been executive vice president and chief financial officer since February 2008. He succeeds retiring executive vice president and chief financial officer Randy Giles.

Samuel Allen Hamood

Notal Vision of Manassas, Virginia has named Roni Amiel its chief information officer. Amiel joins the company from Frost Data Capital. Amiel has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Colorado Technical University and a master’s degree in biomedical and informatics from Rutgers University.

Mach7 Technologies Inc. of Burlington, Vermont has added Michael Jackman as its new CEO. Jackman has spent nearly 30 years in the global healthcare IT business.

Marva Moxey-Mims has been named chief of pediatric nephrology at Children's National Health System in Washington, D.C. Moxey-Mims most recently was deputy director for clinical science at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases at the National Institutes of Health. As pediatric nephrology division chief, Moxey-Mims plans to add new staff and restructure the division, which is studying four forms of glomerular disease.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Eagan, Minnesota named Kurt C. Small its senior vice president and president of government markets. Small was most recently COO of Virginia Premier Health Plan in Richmond, Virginia and senior vice president of health plan operations for Highmark Inc.; he has also held government and commercial executive leadership positions at Aetna throughout a 15-year tenure there. Small has a MBA from Yale and a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary.

TeamHealth of Knoxville, Tennessee, has named Philip McSween its executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary. McSween was a shareholder at Baker Donelson, and has chaired the Baker Ober Health Law Group, the third-largest health law practice in the United States. From 2014-15, he served on the board of directors of the Nashville Health Care Council. He has a law degree from the University of Virginia.

Philip McSween

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