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Eckert Steps Down as Eclipsys CEO

May 14, 2009 News 1 Comment

Andy Eckert has stepped down from his role as President and CEO of Eclipsys and will leave the company, Eclipsys announced this morning. He has been replaced by Philip M. Pead, an Eclipsys director and former chairman, president, and CEO of Per-Se.

According to the announcement, Eckert "has decided to leave the company after accomplishing a number of important operational goals." A quote from Eckert also cited his family ties in California as a reason for his departure.

Pead joined the Eclipsys board on February 17 of this year.

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  1. Re: Eckert resignation. I guess “Cam Winston” back on 2/25 was pretty visionary. I guess this is not unexpected with all of the changes going on with Eclipsys. Tear down then rebuild. Wonder if this is the beginning of the rebuilding?







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