Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
T-System Inc. today announced the appointment of Tom Dunn as executive vice president of sales and marketing, helping to further the company’s strategic vision to provide end-to-end solutions for emergency care.
With more than 30 years of healthcare experience, Dunn will focus on better aligning T-System’s newest solution, revenue cycle management, with the company’s clinical and documentation solutions to create a single go-to-market approach. Having held previous leadership positions in implementations, sales and marketing at QuadraMed, CareMedic Systems, Eclipsys and Siemens, he brings deep multi-disciplinary expertise to ensure a client-focused approach. In his most recent position as vice president of sales and marketing at Quadramed, Dunn helped drive double-digit growth.
“It’s an exciting time to join T-System in this particular phase of the company’s evolution,” Dunn said. “As a natural problem-solver, I strive to ensure we fully understand clients’ issues, set clear expectations and deliver solutions that will solve the complex issues associated with unscheduled care.”
“Tom’s leadership will help create a stronger solution-sales approach,” said Sunny Sanyal, T-System’s chief executive officer. “As a key addition to our senior management team, he will help us more quickly advance our vision of providing smarter emergency care everywhere, every time.”
T-System Inc. advances the practice of emergency medicine with solutions proven to solve clinical, financial, operational and regulatory challenges for hospitals and urgent care clinics. About 40 percent of the nation’s EDs use T-System solutions to provide an unmatched patient experience. Through gold-standard documentation, revenue cycle management and performance-enhancing solutions, T-System optimizes care delivery from the front door through discharge and beyond. Today, more than 1,900 facilities across all 50 states rely on T-System solutions. For more information, visit http://www.tsystem.com. Follow @TSystem on Twitter, or become a T-System fan on Facebook.