About TRIMEDX

Unlocking the full potential of clinical assets

Our vision is to advance patient care by optimizing the management of clinical assets in an environment of ever-increasing complexity and demand.

What sets TRIMEDX Apart

Our values are deeply rooted in our history, and still set us apart today. We share in a common purpose of serving clients, patients, communities, and each other with equal measures of caring and performance.

INNOVATION

We develop bold, new solutions to complex problems while maximizing outcomes.

Making a Difference

We are at our best when improving the health and life of our associates, our clients, and those in our communities.

Excellence

We achieve industry-leading performance through operational rigor and accountability to one another and our clients.

Created by Providers, For Providers

Back in the 1990s, St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis partnered with its clinical engineering department to develop a comprehensive clinical equipment management program, aimed at increasing patient safety and reducing expenses. After seeing the success of the program, we wanted to replicate it and expand to other hospitals. That department – along with the very clinical engineers that crafted the program – is now TRIMEDX. Today, we help providers in more than 4,500 locations achieve sustainable savings and efficiencies. TRIMEDX started as a hospital biomedical engineering department and spent its formative years working alongside biomeds, clinicians, administrators, and patients. That means we’re uniquely positioned to understand the nuances and intricacies of the challenges faced by hospitals and health systems across the country and create programs that provide real, tangible solutions.

SUPPORTING OUR ASSOCIATES AND EACH OTHER

Trimedix: diversity, equity, inclusionAt TRIMEDX, we support and protect a culture where diversity, equity and inclusion are the foundation. We know it is our uniqueness and experiences that make a difference, drive innovation and create shared success. We create an inclusive workplace by actively seeking diversity, creating inclusion and driving equity & engagement.

We embrace people’s differences which include age, race, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, education, genetics, veteran status, disability, religion, beliefs, opinions and life experiences.

There are three behaviors that strengthen our commitment to inclusivity, equity, diversity and belonging:

Be brave: Excellence

This is a powerful transformation that challenges people and systems. Creating accepting, safe and receptive spaces for people to show up and be seen means both skill-building around vulnerability, courage and empathy as well as working to dismantle the systems that devalue and dehumanize people.

Be better: Innovation

This is a powerful transformation that allows for creativity and ingenuity. Bring integrity and a personal commitment to learning and demonstrating knowledge and skills that allow everyone to fully engage and grow in a diverse environment. This means striving for excellence and continuously improving yourself, so you can improve how you work with others.

Be well: Making a difference

This is a powerful transformation that allows for impact and change. Generosity, courage, accountability, vulnerability, empathy, resilience and the power of story can change the world. We must take care of ourselves, each other, our organization, our community and the people we serve.

We are committed to a journey of listening and continuously improving. We provide resources and encourage our associates to be curious and courageous. We are creating a workplace where our associates can contribute to their fullest potential.

Culture, Career, Commerce, CommunityAt TRIMEDX, our foundation of success starts with great people. We continue our journey to build an inclusive workplace, where associates are able to contribute to their full potential. As part of our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, we have three associate resource groups:

  • Faith In Action Associate Resource Group
  • Women’s Associate Resource Group
  • Minority Associate Resource Group

These groups are comprised of associates who voluntarily come together based on shared characteristics, life experiences or interests. We offer opportunities for associates to participate in leadership, as members and ambassador roles. The charter and purpose for each group is based on a 4C model (culture, career, community and commerce). All goals and activities for an ARG are aligned to one of these overarching categories to further our vision, mission and values. These groups support our continued focus on associate engagement and retention and recruitment. We are committed to responsible ownership, and an inclusive workplace creates a place in which people want to join and where associates feel a sense of belonging and are able to contribute to their fullest potential.

Over the last few years, TRIMEDX has taken several actions (highlighted below) along this journey.

  • Improved insights on demographics by segment
  • Designed and implemented a Women’s Leadership Conference
  • Established Associate Resource Groups with a model focused on careers, culture, community and commerce with connected initiatives
  • Strengthened our associate engagement survey to include specific questions on associate well-being, diversity and inclusion
  • Implemented Unconscious Bias Training for leaders
  • Expanded highlights and education for cultural observances and heritage months
  • Announced the TRIMEDX Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

THE TRIMEDX ADVANTAGE: CREATING A CULTURE WE ALL VALUE

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At TRIMEDX, our associates are integral to our success. They spark innovation, drive productivity and bring excellence to every client experience. They are at the core of everything we do. As a result, we have intentionally created an environment that allows all that to happen—one where all our programs, benefits and rewards come together to offer the TRIMEDX Advantage. The TRIMEDX Advantage consists of five elements: rewards, opportunities, people, work & organization.

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Rewards

We value the skills, ideas and passion each associate offers. We are best when we work together and collaborate to accomplish goals and encourage one another’s strengths.

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Opportunities

We offer training, mentoring and development opportunities to grow to encourage and engage our associates both personally and professionally and help associates make connections across the organization.

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People

Our associates are like family. We support each other so we can bring our best to the organization and our clients. Together, we’re making a difference for providers nationwide and in our local communities.

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Organization

TRIMEDX needs a variety of skill sets and experience levels to be able to achieve our mission and serve our provider clients. That means every associate is important and contributes in our success.

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Work

The work we do is meaningful every day. To ensure our associates are equipped to serve clients, we provide the tools needed to make decisions, take risks and lead projects/teams.

ADVOCACY

As part of our commitment to continually advancing the clinical asset management industry, TRIMEDX engages directly with the FDA, key policymakers and legislators – as well as other industry organizations and providers. We pursue legislative initiatives, monitor and influence movement on relevant regulatory and legislative issues, to advance the needs of providers and patients.

Our advocacy work directly impacts our clients, ensuring they are not only in the best position to meet patient safety objectives but also to avoid unnecessary burden and costs. We ensure our clients are up to speed with the latest requirements at a national and local level. Our national compliance team supports our entire network of providers in navigating and operating within an environment of increasing risk. In addition, TRIMEDX is a founding member of the Alliance for Quality Medical Device Servicing, which seeks to represent the voice of ISOs and advocate positions which positively advance the industry at large.

Executive Leadership Team

An experienced team dedicated to realizing the TRIMEDX mission of unlocking the full potential of clinical assets.

Henry Hummel

Chief Executive Officer

Chris Dunkerley

Chief Financial Officer

Art Fisher

Senior Vice President, General Counsel
Chief Compliance Officer

LeAnne Hester

Chief Marketing and Solutions Officer

Dawn Griffin

Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer

Kristi McDermott

President, Clinical Engineering

Dave Klumpe

President, Clinical Asset Management

Doug Folsom

President, Cybersecurity
Chief Technology Officer

Rob Duffy

Chief Shared Services Officer

Erik Tivin

Senior Vice President, Corporate Development

Henry Hummel

Chief Executive Officer

Henry provides strategic leadership to TRIMEDX as it enhances its technology and service capabilities and expand its offerings to further position the company to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare industry.

Henry is a seasoned leader within the global healthcare industry, with a proven track record of growing businesses in both mature and expanding markets through product introductions, technology and service enhancements, and operational improvements. He has held a variety of executive roles for several leading global organizations, including multiple leadership roles over the course of 25 years with GE Healthcare as well as other senior positions with Covance, Johnson Controls and, most recently, Tenneco.

Henry is positioned to lead TRIMEDX in the next phase of its growth as the company continues to expand its product and service offerings and invest in value-added technology and analytics capabilities to better serve its current and future healthcare partners with the ultimate goal of improving healthcare delivery.

Henry received his Bachelor of Science degree from Carroll College.

Chris Dunkerley

Chief Financial Officer

Chris leads the development of financial strategy and drives key organizational growth initiatives. Chris brings more than 25 years of experience strengthening financial operations and driving significant growth in a variety of companies. He has executive-level experience with companies including Siemens, Synagro, and Redzone Robotics. His expertise includes investor relations, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory compliance, and financial planning.

Chris earned a diploma of business studies and finance from Kingston University in the UK.

Art Fisher

Senior Vice President, General Counsel
Chief Compliance Officer

As General Counsel, Art Fisher provides overall legal counsel and legal direction for TRIMEDX, executive management and the Board of Directors. He also serves as Chief Compliance Officer. Prior to joining TRIMEDX, Art was General Counsel for Determine, a publicly traded software company, where he managed all global legal and human resources affairs. Before Determine, Art was a member of the Corporate Group at the law firm of Faegre Baker Daniels, where he counseled public and private companies on a variety of corporate and transactional matters. Art was a first grade English teacher at Christel House de México in Mexico City before attending law school. He is a graduate of Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and DePauw University. Art lives in Indianapolis with his wife and three young sons.

LeAnne Hester

Chief Marketing and Solutions Officer

As chief marketing and solutions officer, LeAnne Hester is responsible for identifying, developing, and commercialization of innovative products and services to expand TRIMEDX’s solutions to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare industry. In addition, she leads the company’s overall marketing strategy including market research, branding, and communications.

LeAnne’s extensive healthcare industry experience includes working for and with providers, payers, government agencies, consulting, and technology firms. Previous experience includes leadership positions at Premier, Inc., Leidos Health, The Advisory Board, and Anthem. LeAnne began her career in health care with a provider at Community Health Network in Indianapolis.

LeAnne earned a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, a master’s degree in business from Anderson University, certificates in strategic marketing and negotiation strategies from Harvard University, and a certificate in healthcare management from Georgetown University.

Dawn Griffin

Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer

Dawn Griffin is Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer at TRIMEDX. Dawn brings over 20 years of experience and leads TRIMEDX’s human capital strategy, including talent acquisition, compensation, talent development, organization development, culture, and associate engagement.

Throughout her career, Dawn has been focused on global private equity companies in automotive, life sciences and healthcare. Prior to joining TRIMEDX in 2016, Dawn served in executive roles at Envigo, Harlan Laboratories, and Remy International. She is a board member for The Goodwill Foundation of Central and Southern Indiana.

Dawn holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University.

Kristi McDermott

President, Clinical Engineering

Kristi McDermott serves as president of clinical engineering for TRIMEDX, leading the growth in commercial operations as well as the service in our clinical engineering field operations. Kristi has been in the healthcare industry for over 25 years, and in the healthcare technologies space for almost 10 years. Previously, Kristi served as vice president of growth and vice president of field operations for Aramark Healthcare Technologies.

She has served in numerous operations roles, including account manager and district manager, before becoming vice president of compliance for the Aramark Healthcare division, driving compliance initiatives across the corporation.

Kristi earned a bachelor’s degree in dietetics, food and nutrition from Iowa State University and an MBA from Maryville University. Kristi lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Gerry.

Dave Klumpe

President, Clinical Asset Management

Dave Klumpe is the president of clinical asset management for TRIMEDX. In this role, he leads TRIMEDX’s clinical asset management business unit including Clinical Asset Informatics, clinical asset management strategic advising, Mobile Medical Equipment management services, and surplus equipment disposition & auctions with Centurion Services Group.

Prior to joining TRIMEDX, Dave served in leadership roles at MedAssets and Broadlane where he created and led the development of a suite of supply chain management and technology services for several of the nation’s largest health care providers. These services included managing the supply chain operations for over 200 hospitals, employing over 600 staff who were directly accountable for over $4 billion of annual hospital purchases. Dave has more than 30 years of leadership experience with large, multi-hospital investor-owned and not-for-profit hospital systems.

Dave earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Utah and a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy, Summa Cum Laude, from West Virginia University.

Doug Folsom

President, Cybersecurity
Chief Technology Officer

As president of cybersecurity and chief technology officer, Doug provides strategic technology leadership in the areas of software, applications, information technology/operations, solutions and cybersecurity. Doug has nearly 30 years of information technology leadership experience. Previously, he held positions at Kohl’s Department Stores, Sterling Commerce and The Spiegel Group. Doug brings his proven track record of transforming business through technology to TRIMEDX.

Doug earned his MBA from Ohio University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from DeVry Institute of Technology. He is a member of Project Management Institute (PMI), American Management Association (AMA), American Society for Quality (ASQ) and Institute of Electrical and electronic Engineers (IEEE).

Rob Duffy

Chief Shared Services Officer

Rob Duffy is the chief shared services officer at TRIMEDX. In this capacity, he leads strategic business teams including supply chain, strategic modality management, technical training, service operations, and the Client Experience Center (CEC) and Centurion Service Group’s certified pre-owned business.

Rob joined TRIMEDX in 2014. His responsibilities include defining clear financial, technological, and service-level goals and objectives by leveraging the investments and core capabilities of the company. Rob also partners with the TRIMEDX Executive Leadership Team, developing specific opportunities and allocating resources to capitalize on them.

Previous leadership roles include healthcare, electronics, and automotive industries with companies such as Roche, APL Logistics, and Delco Remy. Rob is a graduate of The United States Military Academy at West Point where he received a BS in Engineering and served in the United States Army.

Erik Tivin

Senior Vice President, Corporate Development

Erik Tivin is the senior vice president of corporate development. In this capacity, Erik is responsible for the activities related to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and total addressable market expansion as part of the overall growth strategy. Prior to joining TRIMEDX, Erik was the founder of Centurion Service Group, and he previously founded and sold General Asset Recovery. He currently serves as the president of Industrial Auctioneers Associate (IAA).

Senior Leadership Team

  • Bill Conrad
    Senior Vice President, Customer Delivery
  • Peter Evola
    Senior Vice President, Client Services
  • Kelley Jacobsen
    Senior Vice President, Supply Chain and Shared Services
  • Brad Jobe
    Chief Information Officer
  • Robert Moorey
    Senior Vice President, Customer Delivery
  • Scott Trevino
    Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity

Bill Conrad

Senior Vice President, Customer Delivery

Bill Conrad is senior vice president of customer delivery at TRIMEDX. He has been with been with the company since April 2012, when he joined the team after a successful 33-year career with UPS. There, Bill most recently served as vice president of operations/Mountain Division.

After joining TRIMEDX, Bill served as a director in the Northeast division as well as division vice president in the North for four years each―before his promotion to senior vice president of customer delivery for TRIMEDX West Operations.

Peter Evola

Senior Vice President, Client Services

Peter provides overall operational leadership for all HCT business within TRIMEDX. In addition, Peter is engaged in business development activities, strategic direction, new commercial sales, and client retention.

Peter began his career as a Biomedical Engineering Technician for ServiceMaster and has been with Aramark TRIMEDX for 36 years. He has held numerous responsibilities during his career including Regional Sales Executive, Clinical Equipment Director, Clinical Equipment Management Engineer, Area Manager, Director of Operations, Zone Vice President, Safety Officer, and Regional Vice President.

Peter holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from California Coast University. He is also a Certified Plant Maintenance Manager, and Miller Heiman trained. His excellent leadership skills garnered him Aramark’s National Healthcare Service Pillar Award. He is a member or AAMI and ASHE.

Kelley Jacobsen

Senior Vice President, Supply Chain and Shared Services

Kelley Jacobsen is senior vice president of supply chain and shared services. In this role, she is responsible for strategic sourcing, centralized procurement, digital system & data transformation, service strategy, and execution. In addition, Kelley leads the company’s supply chain strategic direction, optimization of service strategy, as well as business and technical training curriculum and programs for TRIMEDX University™.

Kelley has experience in manufacturing operations, global supply chain, and training and has worked in a variety of roles in the automotive and healthcare industries. In her previous roles with Hill-Rom, she spent over 14 years with increasing leadership responsibilities to include roles in manufacturing operations, new product development, and global supply chain. Kelley earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Purdue University.

Brad Jobe

Chief Information Officer

In his role as chief information officer, Brad provides strategic technology leadership in the areas of software, applications, information technology/operations, solutions, and IT security. Brad has over 25 years of leadership experience leading teams in IT security and information technology. Previously, he worked positions at Kohl’s Department Stores, CUNA Mutual Group, Rockwell Automation, Northrop Grumman, and the United States Air Force. Brad brings a strong background in security and technology for creating solutions to drive TRIMEDX forward.

Brad earned his MBA from Colorado State University and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from South Dakota State University. He has multiple information security certifications, such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Information Security Manager, and Certified Information Systems Auditor.

Robert Moorey

Senior Vice President, Customer Delivery

Rob joined TRIMEDX in 2013. In his previous role, he provided leadership to the South Division. In his current role, Rob leads the TRIMEDX Field Operations Team. In addition, he is co-leading the Field Operations integration with Peter Evola, as part of the Integration Management Office.

Before joining TRIMEDX, Rob spent 8 years working for ARAMARK HCT in various leadership roles.

He began his career as a United States Air Force Biomedical Equipment Technician, stationed at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, D.C.  He then spent 4 years as an Instructor at the USAF Biomedical Equipment Apprentice Course at Shepperd AFB in Wichita Falls, TX.

Rob holds active certification from the International Certification Commission as a Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) and Certified Radiological Equipment Specialist (CRES).  He is also an active Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).

Rob earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, TX.

Scott Trevino

Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity

Scott Trevino is senior vice president of cybersecurity, and in this capacity, he leads efforts to define the strategy to deliver value, growth, and evolution of TRIMEDX’s cybersecurity solutions. He is responsible for identifying trends in cybersecurity, technology, as well as recognizing & anticipating the evolution of clients, market, and industry needs to translate them into market-leading solutions that meet the needs of and bring value to clients.

Prior to joining TRIMEDX, Trevino spent over 20 years at GE Healthcare holding multiple leadership positions in product management, product development, services, technology/engineering, operations, and quality & regulatory. Scott earned an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a Master of Science in Computing and two bachelor’s degrees in computer science and psychology from Marquette University.

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