People on the move: Nov. 4-8
November 8, 2013 in Medical Technology
Cleveland Clinic Innovations has named Gary Fingerhut as executive director. He has served as acting executive director since April and previously served two years as Innovations’ general manager of information technology commercialization.
Epstein Becker Greenis announced the addition of three former executives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Larry Kocot, former senior advisor to the administrator of CMS; Mark Hamelburg, former director of the Medicare Part C and Part D Analysis Group; and Thomas E. Hutchinson, former director of the Medicare Plan Payment Group.
Mercer announced today that Jack Noble recently joined the firm’s Kansas City office as principal in its health and benefits business. Prior to joining Mercer, he was strategic account executive and vice president of sales and marketing for Coventry Health Care.
Health eVillages announced that it has appointed Mark Friess, the CEO and founder of WelVU to its Advisory Board. Friess also serves as the chairman of the WelVU Foundation.
Interactive Health announced the addition of Cathy Kenworthy as the company’s new chief operating officer. Kenworthy comes to Interactive Health from Cardinal Health where she served as head of Customer Engagement. Prior to joining Cardinal Health, she served in executive roles at JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and GE Capital.
Caremerge announced the addition of Joe Steier, president and CEO, Signature HealthCARE, to the Caremerge board of directors.
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