Acentia Names HPTi Vet Roger Foster a Health IT Business Development Lead; Tricia Iveson Comments

Acentia has appointed Roger Foster a vice president of business development, where he will focus on the health information technology market within the Military Health System and Department of Veterans Affairs.

The company said he is a nearly two-decade veteran of leadership in business development and profit-and-loss management within the healthcare, civilian and defense markets.

Acentia also announced the appointment of 28-year industry veteran Terry Golden to help lead proposal operations (click over to GovCon Executive for more on Golden’s responsibilities and professional background).

Foster and Golden will help the company form new business relationships and attempt to win new business, said Tricia Iveson, senior VP of business development.

Iveson joined the company in January to lead program pursuits, bids, proposals and related business development and corporate marketing activities

Before joining Acentia, he worked for HPTi, where that company credits him with growing the healthcare business on an annualized rate.

Acentia added Foster brings consultative technical experience in big data, data analytics, health IT and electronic health records.

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