People on the Move – May 8, 2018


By Matt Skoufalos

Serge Bodart

Bracket of Wayne, Pennsylvania named Serge Bodart senior advisor, outcomes science. In addition to working on the ePRO Consortium, Bodart co-founded Symfo and served as its CEO. A former major and helicopter pilot in the Belgian Army Aviation, he is holds a masters degree in telecommunications from the Polytechnic Division of the Royal Military Academy in Brussels, Belgium.


Orbis of New York, New York has promoted Deputy Chief Development Officer Kristie DeKoker to chief development officer. DeKoker joined Orbis in 2014 as its director of major gifts; prior to that, she was chief fundraiser at the Touch Foundation, and has been director of development at VillageCare.


Vitalus Health of Houston, Texas, has named Karen DeJean its vice president of health services. DeJean is a 30-year nurse who has worked for St. Mary’s Hospital, UTMB-Galveston, Harris Health Systems, United Healthcare, and Scott & White Health Plan, Baylor Scott & White Health.


Brad Connett

Henry Schein Inc. of Melville, New York has added the role of vice-chairman to the duties of its president, James P. Breslawski, and has added Jonathan Koch as senior vice president and CEO of its global dental group. Koch most recently worked in the Covance business segment of LabCorp. The company also named Brad Connett president of its U.S. Medical group; Connett was most recently president of its commercial group for U.S. Medical.


BookZurman of St. Petersburg, Florida added Business Development Director Gayle Grasso and Marketing Director Jackie Walling. Grasso was most recently VA client executive at IBM. Walling spent 14 years with Raymond James Marketing, and holds a board member position for USF’s Digital Marketing Certificate program.


Sensus Healthcare Inc. of Boca Raton, Florida named Rita Gable vice president of sales-oncology. Gable joins Sensus from IBA, where she served as strategic account manager. She also worked at GE Healthcare.


DaVita Kidney Care of Denver, Colorado added David Roer as vice president of medical affairs for its VillageHealth subsidiary and a member of the office of the chief medical officer, its physician leadership team. Roer has practiced nephrology for 30 years, and chairs the quality, safety, and accountability committee for the Renal Physicians Association.


Marc Hudak

The Hartford, Connecticut-based CarePartners of Connecticut named Marc Hudak its president. Most recently, Hudak was market president for Evolent Health, and has been vice president of care integration and innovation at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. He has a University of Connecticut MBA.


Camargo Pharmaceutical Services of Cincinnati, Ohio named Daniel S. Duffy its CEO, replacing founder-president Kenneth V. Phelps, who will continue to be an ambassador of the company.


Eli Lilly and Company of Indianapolis, Indiana named Leena Gandhi to lead its immuno-oncology medical development. Gandhi is currently the director of thoracic medical oncology and an associate professor of medicine at the New York University School of Medicine.


Lannett Company Inc. of Philadelphia named Patrick LePore chairman of its board of directors, succeeding Jeffrey Farber, who will remain a member of the board, to which John C. Chapman has been appointed, succeeding James Maher, who will step down upon completion of the audit of the fiscal 2018 financial statements. Chapman is a retired audit partner for KPMG and a certified public accountant.



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