People on the move: Dec. 9-13
December 13, 2013 in Medical Technology
Kinematix announced it has appointed Joseph Ternullo president of the company’s U.S. subsidiary. Ternullo, formerly with the Partners HealthCare Center for Connected Health, also recently joined the Kinematix board of directors.
The HCI Group named Juan Diaz as senior vice president and general counsel, and Shelby Weir as vice president of sales. Previously, Diaz served as general counsel for Association Capital Resources, and Weir served as national account director for healthcare for Virginia-based Digital Intelligence Systems.
Baptist Memorial Health Care President and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Reynolds announced that he will retire next May. Jason Little, Baptist’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, will be the organization’s next president and CEO.
Michael Wiechart has been named president and CEO of Capella Healthcare. He has served as senior vice president and chief operating officer for Capella Healthcare since 2009.
W. Peter Daniels has landed a leadership role at the Cook County, Ill., Health Hospitals System as chief operating officer of hospital based services. He previously served as CEO of Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare.
The Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare System named Bobbie Byrne, MD, as system vice president and chief information officer and Bill Kottmann as system vice president of physician and ambulatory network development.
The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation announced the appointment of Joshua Rednik as its new president and CEO. He recently served for nearly six years as executive director of The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest in Whippany, N.J.
Alere announced today the appointment of Regina M. Benjamin, MD, to the company’s Board of Directors. From 2009-2013, she served as the 18th Surgeon General of the United States and chair of the National Prevention Council.
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