Symphony Health Solutions appoints senior executives, new board member
HORSHAM, Pa. — Symphony Health Solutions has expanded its senior leadership team.
The company — which is owned by Palo Alto, Calif.-based strategic equity firm Symphony Technology Group — said former SunGuard Higher Education CFO John Milana has been appointed CFO of the company; Jonathan Rosan, who had served as general counsel for interactive marketing agency Rosetta, has been named general counsel; and software engineering veteran Nigel Pratt has been named chief technology officer.
In addition to the senior leadership expansion, the company also announced that Hari Mahadevan has been appointed to the Symphony Health Solutions' board in an active advisory role. Prior to this new role, Mahadevan served as executive officer with Rosetta.
"Our mission at Symphony Health Solutions is to be a strategic partner to our clients in the transformation of the health information and analytics industry," Symphony Technology Group CEO Romesh Wadhwani said. "The addition of John, Nigel, Jon and Hari helps us take a strong step forward to improve the operational and customer centricity of our key finance, legal, technology and board leaders, and adds strong talent for our investment in innovation. They are all strong team players with a great record of success in previous roles, and they will help us drive our strategy of growth through innovation, and will help the organization to deliver on its promise. We feel very positive about the future of our business, and are thrilled to have this caliber of talent share our vision for success."