Ohman to Provide Leadership and Vision to Help ED Solutions Provider Move to the Next Level
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Healthcare technology executive Mikael Ohman joins T-System, Inc., the industry leader in clinical business and IT solutions for hospital emergency departments (EDs), in the newly created role of chief operating officer (COO). He will report to John Trzeciak, CEO of T-System.
Ohman comes to T-System from McKesson Technology Solutions, where he directed strategic growth initiatives and business development activities as its senior vice president of strategy & business development. Previously, Ohman was responsible for global business operations for Cerner Corporation, one of the country’s leading healthcare IT companies. He also served as a consultant with McKinsey and Company in Stockholm, Sweden and Atlanta.
At T-System, Ohman will set the direction for the company’s products and implement strategies to increase their functionality and interoperability – ultimately providing more value for customers.
“We’re seeing tremendous change in the health IT industry. Now, more than ever, companies need to be at the top of their game,” said John Trzeciak. “Mikael’s expertise in healthcare IT and business operations will be a tremendous benefit to T-System as we move forward.”
This news follows the April announcement that Francisco Partners, one of the world’s largest technology-focused private equity firms, had made a significant capital investment in T-System. In addition to capital resources, Francisco Partners brings a wealth of relevant healthcare experience and resources to the table to help T-System accelerate the pace of growth.
Ohman holds a Master of Science in Systems, Control and Industrial Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as a Master of Science in Engineering Physics from Uppsala Universitet in Uppsala, Sweden.
T-System, Inc. sets the industry standard for clinical, business and IT solutions for emergency departments, with approximately 40% of the nation’s emergency departments using T-System’s products. Established in Dallas, Texas in 1996, T-System was founded by two emergency department physicians who understand the challenges of working in such a fast-paced, and often chaotic, environment. To meet the individual needs of hospitals, T-System offers both a paper template and emergency department information system (EDIS). These tools help clinicians quickly see information so they can provide better patient care, while improving efficiency and the bottom line. Today, more than 1,800 civilian and military emergency departments in the United States, Puerto Rico and Australia rely on T-System’s documentation tools.
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