April 13, 2018

Schuster Jr. named chairman of Qualidigm board; three others join

Rollin G. Schuster Jr. has been named chairman of the board of directors at Qualidigm, a national healthcare consulting think tank company based in Wethersfield, and Michael Dimenstein, Brian Hinman and Eric Rosow have joined the board.

Schuster Jr., who joined the board in 2015, replaces Paul Liistro, managing partner of Arbors of Hop Brook Limited Partnerships, whose term ended. Schuster is the managing principal of The Schuster Group, a financial services and employee benefits advisory firm based in Farmington and also the founder and president of the nonprofit, The Alliance for Non-Profit Growth and Opportunity Inc. (TANGO).

Dimenstein is the vice president of system compensation and benefits at Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS), responsible for leading the design, planning, funding and administration of employee salary and benefit programs for the system's hospitals, Northeast Medical Group, Yale New Haven Health Services Corp. and affiliated organizations.

Hinman has more than 30 years of experience in innovation and intellectual property, holding various strategic positions within Fortune 50 companies and large multinational corporations. Most recently, Hinman was the chief intellectual property officer of Philips, based in the Netherlands.

Rosow is CEO and co-founder of Diameter Health, a health information technology firm based in Farmington. He has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare technology, new venture creation and executive management. Prior to co-founding Diameter Health, he served as vice president and general manager of the patient flow business unit for Eclipsys and Allscripts.

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