GHX announced today that Nedzad Fajic has been named president of GHX Europe. Fajic will direct the European leadership team, lead the company's European operations and support customer success.
A resident of Cologne, Germany, Fajic brings 20 years of IT and leadership experience with some of Europe’s largest and most successful companies, including SAP, Siemens and Infor Global Solutions. He was also voted one of the 100 most influential people working in technology in Germany in 2011. The rapidly expanding group of GHX European customers will benefit from Fajic’s extensive experience working with technology companies at all stages of maturity, as he drives to assist both provider and supplier organizations with their unique supply chain needs.
"Nedzad's track record of leadership success combined with his passion for the industry will be a great asset to the GHX team,"said Bruce Johnson, CEO, GHX. "Due to our single focus on healthcare, our team has created the competitive advantage that makes us uniquely able to serve the supply chain needs of suppliers and providers in Europe. With more than $3.3 billion in cost removed from healthcare by our U.S. customers since January 2010, we look forward to achieving similar results for our European customers. We want to be the partner that helps them realize their savings goals while also delivering exceptional quality of care.”
"GHX has established itself as a market leader in Europe by focusing on the unique needs of healthcare,"said Fajic. "I am dedicated to leading the European team further down this path, and ensuring that the supply chain continues to be the backbone of efficient European healthcare organizations."
Global Healthcare Exchange, LLC (GHX) is driving costs out of healthcare by transforming the healthcare supply chain. Working with providers and suppliers, GHX is accelerating change by providing a faster, more efficient and collaborative supply chain that will take billions of dollars out of the cost of healthcare. For more information, visit www.ghx.com and The Healthcare Hub.