Dr. Philip Dulberger was named CEO of Indiana University Health Quality Partners, a statewide network of more than 2,000 doctors committed to providing clinically integrated care according to evidence-based standards of quality. Dulberger has been CEO of the IU Health Saxony hospital in Fishers since it opened late last year. He now will hand those duties to Jonathan Goble, CEO of the IU Health North hospital in Carmel. Dulberger holds a bachelor’s degree from Wabash College and did his medical training at the IU School of Medicine.

Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC added Caryn Kaufman as an associate attorney in its Indianapolis office. Kaufman’s practice focuses on health information technology. She previously worked as an attorney for IBM. Kaufman earned a bachelor’s degree from Miami University and a law degree from The Ohio State University.

Indianapolis-based iSalus Healthcare, a maker of electronic medical record systems, named three new executives. Dr. Chuck Dietzen, founder of the not-for-profit Timmy Global Health, is now chief medical officer of the company. iSalus also hired Randy Kidd and John Brady, the co-founders of Stratice Healthcare, an Indianapolis-based company trying to develop systems to allow electronic prescribing for durable medical equipment. Kidd is now iSalus’ chief information officer; Brady is iSalus’ chief marketing officer.

Benefits firm FirstPerson has hired four new people. Tina Deitrick and Ryan Miller have joined the Indianapolis-based firm as account managers. FirstPerson also added Scott Barrett as an analyst and Mary Poole as a client relations coordinator.

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