People on the Move – April 2018

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By Matt Skoufalos

1. Siemens Healthineers of Malvern, Pennsylvania has named Deepak Nath president of laboratory diagnostics, succeeding Franz Walt. Nath will be based in Tarrytown, New York. He has 20 years of experience in management, and since 2015 has been president of Abbott’s vascular division; Nath has also worked at Amgen, McKinsey, and as a computational physicsist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Nath has a Ph.D. in theoretical mechanics from the University of California, Berkeley.

2. Robert Bundick was recently promoted to director HTM and biomedical engineering at ProHealth Care. Bundick previously served as manager of biomedical engineering at ProHealth Care. For more than a century, ProHealth Care has been a health care leader in Waukesha County, Wisconsin and surrounding areas, providing care across a full spectrum of services. ProHealth Care is a regional health care system that offers fitness and wellness services, primary and specialty care, hospital care, rehabilitation, home care, hospice care and more.

3. PartsSource of Cleveland, Ohio added Mike Maguire as senior vice president and chief supply chain officer; Guy Mansueto as senior vice president and chief marketing officer; Mara Paré as senior director of client solutions; and Mike Poling as vice president of GPO & affiliate networks. Maguire was previously vice president of strategic sourcing for the group purchasing division at Premier Inc.; Mansueto has been vice president of portfolio management at IBM Watson Health; Paré was operations leader of clinical engineering services at Allina Health and UHS; Poling joins PartsSource from Premier Inc., where he was a regional vice president focused on total cost management and quality.

4. Mayo Clinic of Rochester, Minnesota is seeking a new president/CEO after announcing that John Noseworthy intends to retire at the end of the year. Noseworthy has spent nine of his 28 years with the organization as its top executive; Mayo Clinic has said its president/CEOs typically serve eight to 10 years.

5. The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) of Washington, D.C. has named Frederick M. Schnell as its medical director. Schnell is a practicing community oncologist of 34 years, and was most recently CEO of Central Georgia Cancer Care; he is also a clinical assistant professor at the Mercer University School of Medicine and at Emory University School of Medicine. Schnell was a founding physician of COA, the third COA president and a long-serving member of its board of directors.

6. Surface Oncology of Cambridge, Massachusetts has promoted chief business officer Jeff Goater to CEO, succeeding interim CEO Dan Lynch. Lynch will remain executive chairman of the Surface board of directors. Goater joined Surface in February 2017 as chief business officer, was CFO of Voyager Therapeutics, and has spent nearly a decade in investment banking. He began his career as a research scientist, and holds master’s degrees in microbiology/immunology, pathology and business administration from the University of Rochester. Goater also serves on the board of Vaccinex Inc.

7. ImaginAb Inc. of Los Angeles, California has named Ian Wilson its COO. Wilson is the former CEO and CTO of Edinburgh Molecular Imaging Ltd., has been CTO and COO at Xstrahl Ltd., and formerly worked as strategy manager and head of biology at GE Healthcare. Wilson holds a master’s in biochemistry from the University of Manchester.

8. Cardiovascular Systems Inc. of St. Paul, Minnesota named Jeff Points its CFO, succeeding Larry Betterley. Prior to joining CSI, Points was assistant controller at Empi, and has worked at CliftonLarsonAllen. He earned an MBA from the University of St. Thomas and a bachelor’s degree in business from Bethel University. Points is a licensed certified public accountant.

9. Broward Health of Fort Lauderdale, Florida has added Paul C. Schwarzkopf as CFO at Broward Health Medical Center. Schwarzkopf joins Broward Health from Tenet Healthcare where he most recently was senior director of regional finance. Schwarzkopf has an MBA from the University of Miami. Broward Health has also named interim president-CEO Beverly Capasso its president-CEO. Capasso had been on the North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioner, was previously CEO at Jackson Memorial Hospital, and has held senior management positions at Cleveland Clinic Florida and North Shore Medical Center. ICE

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