People on the Move – July 16, 2018

By Matt Skoufalos

Siemens Healthineers has named Jorge A. Branco Filho vice president of the installed base development/syngo business line for North America. Branco joined the company in 2009 as the west zone CT business manager, and later became northeast zone ultrasound manager; most recently, he was modality regional vice president for the Boston region. Branco holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Centro Federal de Educacão Tecnológica (CEFET), a master’s degree in Marketing from Pontificia Universidade Catolica, and a master’s degree in Finance from Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais (IBMEC), all in Brazil.

Jorge A. Branco Filho

Asheville, North Carolina-based Aeroflow Healthcare has named Scott Sonnone its CFO. Sonnone previously held financial executive positions at Zealandia Holding Company Inc. and Cane Creek Cycling Components Inc., and has worked in advisory positions in investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance.

Scott Sonnone

Elligo Health Research of Austin, Texas named Wyche T. Green III, former Greenway Health founder, executive chairman, and CEO, as one of its directors. Green co-founded Greenway Medical Technologies (now Greenway Health) in 1998, and has served on the Auburn University Research Advisory Board to West Georgia Habitat for Humanity.

Wyche T. Green III

Through its merger of Bayer Multi Vendor Service, Wetsco and MD Medtech, Innovatus Imaging has named Cam Conklin its vice president of global sales and marketing, Matt Tomory its vice president of ultrasound, Joseph Habovick vice presient of MRI, and Tracy Schrecengost its vice president of radiography and European operations.

Guerbet LLC USA has named Richard Hines head of its North American Interventional Imaging II sales division. Hines was previously a regional manager under Guerbet’s full line sales division for five years. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Monmouth University, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science from Thomas Edison State College.

The Virginia Beach, Virginia-based Divurgent has named Sarah Sample-Reif its vice president of client services. Sample-Reif joins Divurgent from Modis Health IT, where she was North American VP of Health IT. She has previously worked for Cerner Corporation, is the incoming president for the Colorado Chapter of HIMSS, and a committee member of the Colorado Technology Association.

Singular Medical Technologies of Winter Haven, Florida has added Craig Thiessen, managing partner of West Houston Radiology, to its board of directors.

Thiessen is a board-certified radiologist of 30 years and holds undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Manitoba.

The U.S. Oncology Network of The Woodlands, Texas has added board-certified, fellowship-trained breast surgeon Loren Rourke as its chief surgical officer. Rourke has spent 15 years in surgery, and was most recently regional breast program director at Houston Methodist. She has been medical director for the Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute Breast Center and surgical director of St. Luke’s Woodlands breast program. Rourke earned her medical degree from Louisiana State University, and will be based at the headquarters for McKesson Specialty Health in The Woodlands, Texas.

Titan Spine has named Brian Burke as its COO. Burke was most recently GM for Zimmer Biomet Dental in North America, and has been group director of Latin America and Asia for Biomet 3i.

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