PLANO, TEXAS (July 31, 2019) – TPC announced that Roger Nolan has been named its new president and chief executive officer.  Mr. Nolan’s appointment is the result of an extensive search process conducted by a TPC board-appointed selection committee.

Mr. Nolan brings more than 30 years of healthcare industry experience through a variety of leadership positions with a focus on strategic planning, operations management and organizational development.  He most recently served as a Principal with Vizient in Business Development & Practice Operations.  In addition, Mr. Nolan has held senior titles at MedAssets, Broadlane, US Cryotherapy, CMR2 Ventures and LBA Healthcare.  Mr. Nolan has extensive knowledge of TPC as he led the MedAssets team that was dedicated to the TPC account during their past partnership.

“The selection committee was involved in an extremely comprehensive search process which we believe produced a very qualified slate of candidates and ultimately identified the best individual to lead TPC.  Roger exhibits the experience and leadership skills our board considers essential to the success and growth of this organization.  We welcome Roger and look forward to the vision and direction he will provide to advance TPC into the future,” stated Chris Glenney, TPC board chairman.

“I am thrilled to be returning to TPC, moving from a trusted business partner to an organizational team member. Long recognized by the participating member health system’s unique approach to collaboration, TPC will continue to innovate and deliver on the highest standards of quality, value and stewardship in the communities they serve,” said Nolan.

Mr. Nolan’s employment with TPC will commence in early September.

About TPC: Based in Plano, Texas, TPC is a partnership of community-based hospitals that work together as a single system to aggregate business volume and leverage economies of scale without sacrificing individual independence or local ownership.  By working through a committed platform, TPC drives collaboration and innovation across a range of clinical, operational and economic areas enabling providers to maximize the financial and non-financial value they receive.  TPC represents 10 health systems and approximately $1 billion in purchasing volume, and has achieved more than $300 million in documented savings since 2010. TPC exists for the sole purpose of helping healthcare organizations remain strong and independent.  For more information, visit, or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.