SUSSEX, Wis. — QuadMed, a provider of onsite, near site and shared site employer-sponsored health-and-wellness solutions, has appointed Sue Buettner as president, succeeding Tim Dickman, who is leaving the company.
Buettner brings more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience to her new QuadMed leadership role. Most recently, she was a SVP of Aurora Health Care, Wisconsin's largest healthcare system. Simultaneously, Buettner served as president of Aurora Health Ventures, the for-profit division that manages Aurora's retail clinics, pharmacies, vision centers, mobile diagnostics and imaging services, and temporary staffing services.
"I am pleased that Sue will be joining QuadMed to continue building on its remarkable trajectory of growth and success in the marketplace," stated Joel Quadracci, chairman, president and CEO of Quad/Graphics, QuadMed’s parent company. "Sue is a proven, capable leader who shares our commitment to redefining healthcare during this transformational time in the healthcare industry. She understands and supports the value of our model, which is focused on improving the quality of patient care and outcomes while reducing overall costs.
"As Sue steps in as QuadMed's president, I want to thank Tim Dickman for all he has done to grow QuadMed on a national scale, now with nearly 100 onsite, near site and shared clinic locations in multiple states," Quadracci added.