People on the move: Dec. 1-6
December 6, 2013 in Medical Technology
Kareo announced that it has hired Amyra Rand as vice president of sales. Prior to joining Kareo, she was senior director of sales and segment leader for the SMB Business Unit at HireRight.
Valence Health announced two new hires; Nathan Gunn, MD, president, population health, and Dan Blake, senior vice president of software product development.
Experian announced that Jennifer Schulz has joined the organization as group president of its vertical markets group. Prior to joining the company, she served as senior vice president of global product strategy, innovations and eCommerce for Visa.
Forest Park Medical Center recently appointed Robert Wyatt, MD, to serve as system chief medical officer. He has practiced ear, throat and nose specialty care in Dallas for 18 years and is one of the founding physicians of Forest Park Medical Center.
Rob Lyles has been promoted to executive vice president of Cook Medical. He will transition his current responsibilities, in the Peripheral Intervention division to Mark Breedlove.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness announced the appointment of Mary Giliberti as the new executive director of the national organization. She has served as a section chief in the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services since 2008.
TransCentra has named Mike McCloskey as CFO. Prior to joining the company, he was CFO for Atlanta-based Parkmobile USA.
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