TriZetto Names New Corporate Development and Strategic Alliances Head to Further Expand Solutions and Capabilities for Hea

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The TriZetto Group, Inc. announced today that it has named Harish Mysoré senior vice president of corporate development and strategic alliances, signaling the company’s continuing commitment to grow organically and inorganically. Formerly with Perot Systems Corporation (now Dell Services), Mysoré will lead TriZetto’s corporate development and strategic alliances team to identify, evaluate and execute mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and joint ventures.

“At Perot Systems, Harish led the execution of more than 18 acquisitions and partnerships since 2000 that contributed significant revenues and brought key capabilities, and he helped complete the sale of Perot Systems to Dell, Inc. in 2009,” said Regina Paolillo, TriZetto’s executive vice president and chief financial officer. “With this strong track record, Harish will leverage his expertise to support TriZetto’s strategic growth and launch of new solutions that help our healthcare payer and provider customers meet new challenges.

“TriZetto’s healthcare software and service solutions touch half the U.S. insured population,” she added. “Harish and his team will pursue corporate development opportunities that build on this enviable foundation to further improve our enterprise systems, expand our services, enhance payer-provider connectivity and offer Systematic Health ManagementTM solutions and capabilities – each of which can help our customers prosper in a rapidly changing industry.”

Mysoré’s more than 20 years of experience includes strategic acquisitions in healthcare services, government services, offshore application services and engineering services. In addition to his corporate development experience, Mysoré was an integral part of the team that created Perot Systems’ India-based operations and served as its chief financial officer and head of infrastructure services. Mysoré also worked in treasury and sales/commercial deal design and served on the boards of several joint ventures and acquisitions. In this latter capacity, he monitored business-unit operations and administered contingent payments associated with the acquisitions.

Previously, Mysoré spent three years in investment banking and private equity. He began his business career as an information technology consultant working for a division of DuPont International, focusing primarily on managing large-scale information technology projects in Western Europe and Latin America.

Mysoré holds a degree in computer science from Southern Illinois University and an MBA in marketing and finance from the Wharton School of Business.

About TriZetto

TriZetto provides world-class healthcare IT software and service solutions, including patented and patent-pending innovations, that drive administrative efficiency, improve the cost and quality of care, and increase payer and provider collaboration and connectivity. TriZetto’s solutions touch half of the U.S. insured population and reach more than 21,000 physician practices representing more than 75,000 practitioners. The company’s payer offerings include enterprise and component software, application hosting and management, business process outsourcing services and consulting that help transform and optimize operations. TriZetto’s provider offerings through Gateway EDI, a wholly owned subsidiary, include advanced tools and proactive services to monitor, catch and fix claims issues before they can impact a practice. TriZetto’s integrated payer-provider platform will enable the deployment of promising new models of post-reform healthcare. TriZetto is committed to the integration and convergence of technology systems that enable its vision of Integrated Healthcare Management, the coordination of benefits and healthcare to drive more value from every healthcare dollar spent. For more information, visit www.trizetto.com.



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The TriZetto Group
Loren Finkelstein, 303-542-2460
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or
Schwartz Communications
Davida Dinerman or Pauline Louie
781-684-0770
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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Colorado

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  Other Health

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