CTG Strengthens & Expands Health Solutions & Life Sciences Practice
Addition of four senior industry professionals reflects healthcare practice investment to continue to successfully meet the needs of dynamic
BUFFALO, NY – February 2, 2016 — CTG, an information technology (IT) services company, today announced the addition of four senior industry professionals to its Health Solutions and Life Sciences practice. The appointments include Laura Momplet, chief operations officer and chief clinical officer; Marie Murphy, delivery director, optimization and implementation (OI); Scott Gildea, delivery director, strategic programs; and Amy White, quality analyst lead. These additions reflect a focused investment in CTG’s healthcare practice that will help better position the group to meet the future needs of this dynamic market.
“The appointment of this talented group of professionals brings varied and extensive experience to the CTG healthcare practice,” said Al Hamilton, vice president and general manager, CTG Health Solutions and Life Sciences. “CTG is proud to be a leader in today’s exciting and fast-paced healthcare industry, and it is the quality of our team members that enables us to deliver industry-leading support for our clients. These four individuals bring deep industry experience to the group, and I look forward to working with them to expand our practice and continue our legacy of high-quality services, support, and success.”
Laura Momplet, who is joining as chief operations officer and chief clinical officer, comes to CTG with more than 25 years of experience in the healthcare field. Most recently, Momplet served as chief clinical informatics officer, ambulatory physician integration at Dignity Health. In that role she oversaw ambulatory clinical applications, ambulatory and ancillary clinical informatics, and was responsible for financial management and ambulatory program delivery across the organization. Previously, Momplet was a senior member of Dell Services’ Global Healthcare Consulting Team and had executive oversight for EHR implementations at more than 50 hospitals and clinics. At CTG, Momplet will oversee and manage all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the Health Solutions and Life Sciences practice, including improving the operational systems, processes, and policies across business areas. Momplet is a registered nurse, holds a BS in Nursing from the University of Texas, and an MBA from Texas Woman’s University.
Marie Murphy has more than 30 years of healthcare and information systems experience in consulting and professional services leadership. Prior to joining CTG, she served as area vice president of professional services at Allscripts Corporation, where she was responsible for the implementation of clinical systems for all US Allscripts clients. In the role of OI delivery director at CTG, Murphy will oversee the management and growth of the OI team on a day-to-day basis, support the OI sales team with the goal of increasing market share, work closely with other CTG delivery directors to promote solution development, and manage career development and retention for the OI team. Marie is a registered nurse and holds an MBA from Boston University and a BS in Nursing from Duke University.
Scott Gildea joins CTG from Dell Services, where he served as managing director and global solutions leader of the Healthcare and Life Sciences group. In this role he was responsible for leading the strategy, implementation, and growth of the clinical applications business across the healthcare vertical. As CTG’s solution director and service line owner for strategic programs, Gildea will be responsible for developing CTG’s Community Connect strategy and methodology and directing the launch of CTG Community Connect programs. He will also collaborate with sales team members to build the sales pipeline for Community Connect and work to continuously improve and update community processes. Gildea holds a BS in Business from SUNY College at Buffalo, an MBA in Finance from the University of Maryland, and a Lean Healthcare Certification from the University of Michigan.
Prior to joining CTG, Amy White served as process improvement consultant for The GW Medical Faculty Associates. In this role, she led organization-wide initiatives in quality and drove continuous process improvement across the organization by promoting enhanced productivity and streamlining business processes and strategy. As quality analyst lead at CTG, White will be responsible for the dayto-day quality management data requirements and will provide quality management coordination, compliance, and audit analysis across client engagements. She will also oversee data management, analysis, and reporting functions as well as compile data metrics and reports in support of client satisfaction tracking. White holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from George Washington University and a BS in Information Technology from Marymount University.
CTG provides industry-specific IT strategy, services, and solutions that address the business needs and staffing challenges of clients in high-growth industries in North America and Western Europe. Backed by nearly 50 years of experience and proprietary methodologies, CTG has a proven track record of reliably delivering high-value, industry-specific staffing services and solutions to its clients. CTG operates in North America and Western Europe, and regularly posts news and other important information online at www.ctg.com.