Technology company T-System, Dallas, has named Roger Davis president and CEO, effective immediately.
Davis, 58, previously was a managing director at Accenture, the consulting firm that took over operations of HealthCare.gov in January. At Accenture, Davis worked on business development for physician practices, hospitals and health systems. He also held executive roles at GE Healthcare, Dell and 20/20 Healthcare Partners.
T-System partners with hospitals specifically for emergency department products, such as documentation technology, clinical decision support and revenue cycle. Davis replaces interim CEO John Trzeciak. Trzeciak, an operating partner for T-System's private-equity sponsor, Francisco Partners, filled in after Sunny Sanyal left in February.