James H. Hinton has been named the President and CEO of the Dallas, Texas-basedBaylor Scott & White Health, the largest nonprofit healthcare system in Texas. Hinton joined the company from Presbyterian Healthcare Services of New Mexico, and succeeds retiring President and CEO Joel T. Allison, who oversaw Baylor Scott & White Health for 23 years. Hinton spent four years on the Board of Trustees of the American Hospital Association, one of which he spent as its chair.

Integer of Frisco, Texas has added Jeremy Friedman as its Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President. Friedman has been with the company since 2007, most as president of its cardio and vascular product category, a role that Integer’s VP of Operations John Harris will oversee in the interim. Friedman has a Harvard MBA and has held three prior COO positions.

JenaValve Technology of Irvine, California has added Greg Mirigian as its Vice President of Research and Development. He joins the company after having headed up a medical device consultancy for the past seven years. Mirigian has also been the CTO of the Fremont, California-based INCUMEDX, and has worked at Boston Scientific. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from San Jose State University.

OrthoAccel Technologies of Houston, Texas has added Mark Steele as its senior vice president of North America sales. Steele joins the company from MSD, where he was executive vice president of sales, marketing, and customer service. Steele has spent time with PSS World Medical and Gulf South Medical Supply.

Micron Optics of Atlanta, Georgia overhauled its executive management team, promoting Todd Haber from CTO to CEO and President and Tom Graver to COO from SVP of Sales. Dustin Carr, Micron’s Director of Product Development, will assume Haber’s former position as CTO, and Scott Riggi, Micron’s VP of Sales for the United States and Canada, has been promoted to SVP of Global Sales.

Dornier MedTech America of Kennesaw, Georgia, has added Bob Evensen as its new VP of Sales and Marketing. Evensen is a 20-year industry veteran who holds a business degree from the University of Utah.

 

 

This article was originally published on Medical Dealer.