People on the Move – February 13, 2017
By Matt Skoufalos
Medical Imaging Technologies (MIT) of Thomson, Georgia, has added sales representative Billy Anguish. Anguish, a recent graduate of University of Central Florida, will handle sales and service for MIT customers in central and southern Florida.
Welltok of Denver, Colorado named Rob Scavo its president and CEO. Scavo succeeds Welltok Chairman and CEO Jeff Margolis. He has worked in enterprise-class healthcare software for nearly 30 years, most recently as president of payer markets at TriZetto (Cognizant). Scavo also worked for PacifiCare Health Systems (now owned by UnitedHealthcare) and for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture).
David Young is the new CFO of Nobilis Health Corp. of Houston, Texas, succeeding Kenny Klein, who will remain with the company in a finance leadership role. Young joined Nobilis from St. Jude Medical Inc., where he was SVP and CFO of its Americas Division. Young has also been VP of Finance at Thermo Fisher Scientific, and began his career at KPMG. He is a licensed CPA with an MBA from the University of Texas.
Micro-hospital operator Emerus Holdings Inc. has named George Attmore its CFO. Attmore was CFO at CareSpot Express Healthcare and has been a senior financial officer at DSI Renal Inc. His career included stops at Archon, GE Capital Corp., and Ernst & Young LLP. Attmore will oversee finance and accounting, revenue cycle, debt structuring and covenant compliance, financial forecasts, budgets and analysis. He is a CPA and CFA charter holder.
Dynarex of Orangeburg, New York has promoted Marketing Director John Burns to VP of Marketing, hired Igal Hodorov as Director of New Product Development, and added Marc Somelofski as Director of Regulatory and Quality. Hodorov was formerly Production Director for Star Ride Kids Inc.; Somelofski has a decade of experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Dynarex has also named Raymond Gillis account manager in Canada, a territory in which he has 16 years of experience in medical sales with companies like Pro-Medix Inc., Welch Allyn, Stevens, and Cardinal and as an independent broker.
The GI Quality Improvement Consortium (GIQuIC) of Bethesda, Maryland has named Glenn Eisen its president and chairman of the board. Eisen, who has been on the GIQuIC Board of Directors for seven years, succeeds American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) President-Elect Irving M. Pike. GIQuIC is an ACG joint initiative with the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE). It provides a national endoscopic registry and clinical benchmarking tool for gastroenterologists.
Novant Health of Winston-Salem, South Carolina named Rick Brajer its SVP of business strategies. Brajer, the former Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, has been brought on to support “strategic acquisitions and partnerships,” the company said in a statement. Brajer has spent 20 years in healthcare and medical technology industries, and holds a Stanford MBA and a chemical engineering degree from Purdue.
Shields Health Solutions of Quincy, Massachusetts named Eric Suchecki its VP of Business Development. Suchecki will handle sales strategy and U.S. hospital partnerships. He was formerly President and CEO of EMG Surgical Inc., which was acquired by Smith & Nephew Inc., was past President-CEO of ERS Inc., and is an active member on several advisory boards for medical device companies. Suchecki holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.
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