In his new role, Teeter will be responsible for assisting clients with health IT issues and serving in the company’s health and human services practice.
He was associate deputy assistant secretary for IT and deputy chief information officer of the Health and Human Services Department before transitioning to KPMG.
The 30-year HHS veteran oversaw information resources management including strategic planning, enterprise architecture and IT capital planning in his deputy CIO position.
Prior to his HHS role, he was associate director for IT architecture at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the article, KPMG’s healthcare IT matters which Teeter will be working on, correlate with the company’s Global Center of Excellence for Health.