CSGI, the Parent of Health IT Company CTIS, Has Elected Terry Lierman as the New Chair

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Mr. Terry Lierman has recently been designated as the new Chair of CSGI Inc., the parent company of CTIS Inc., Board of Director of CTIS as well as a Senior Advisor to the CTIS CEO, Mr. Raj Shah.

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CTIS is privileged to have Terry Lierman take over the responsibilities as CSGI’s chairman. Together we look forward to increased growth, innovation and providing the highest quality of care to serve our patients better.

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Terry Lierman has recently been designated as the new Chair of CSGI Inc., the parent company of CTIS Inc., Board of Director of CTIS as well as a Senior Advisor to the CTIS CEO, Mr. Raj Shah. CTIS provides information technology solutions to health systems and institutions, healthcare professionals, research organizations, and payors to support their goals in serving patients.

Terry Lierman has left his position as Chief of Staff for Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (MD) and has entered the private sector as new Chair of CSGI Inc., Board of Director of CTIS and a Senior Advisor to the CEO at CTIS. He will oversee the company in the development of information technology solutions in the healthcare field. CTIS, CEO, Mr. Raj Shah says “CTIS is privileged to have Terry Lierman take over the responsibilities as CSGI’s chairman. Together we look forward to increased growth, innovation and providing the highest quality of care to serve our patients better.”

Lierman began his career in the health field at the National Institutes of Health, where he assisted in budget and policy development, administration, grants and contracts. He then moved to the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations where he was the Staff Director of the Labor Health and Human Services (HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee as well as the full Committee.

Mr. Lierman’s expertise is in all aspects of health development including biotechnology, diagnostics and services. He has previously been a board member on many health organizations including the National Health Museum, founder of the National Coalition for Cancer Research, and the Children’s Hospital National Medical Center, among many other community service organizations. He is particularly interested in helping underserved and indigent populations and dealing with chronic care and treatment.

Lierman’s background and passion for helping people is well received at CSGI and CTIS, who, among its many goals, aims to provide health coverage to a larger patient population.

For more information, visit http://www.ctisinc.com.

About CTIS:
CTIS is a wholly subsidiary of CSGI. CTIS has over 25 years of proven history in providing total informatics solutions to the healthcare sector. CTIS' informatics solutions converge health sciences, information technology, process reengineering, total quality management, and organizational effectiveness in order to optimize the capture, storage, and use of information in health and biomedical sciences.

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