President & Chief Executive, TriZetto
Jude Dieterman is President & Chief Executive, TriZetto, and has day-to-day operational responsibilities for all aspects of the business, including products, services, and corporate functions for payer and provider markets. Dieterman also is responsible for client development and P&L results.
He joined TriZetto in early 2011, serving initially as executive vice president and head of payer markets and more recently as executive vice president and chief operating officer. Dieterman consolidated TriZetto’s payer client delivery resources—technology and services—into a single client-facing organization, enabling integrated, end-to-end solutions and a seamless experience for TriZetto clients. He led the successful restructuring of TriZetto’s client-facing organization, further enhancing how the company serves clients and prospects. He also played a central role in the creation of Topaz Shared Services, an innovative partnership with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.
Previously, Dieterman held a variety of executive positions over an eight-year period at Cerner Corp., a global healthcare IT company focused on integrating information flow across the patient-care continuum. Most recently, he was senior vice president and president of Cerner’s Client Development and Agile Business units, responsible for top-line growth for new business in the for-profit, federal, academic and children, and hospital markets, and for overseeing investment in solution designs and new market segments. He also served as president of Cerner Mid America, and vice president of Cerner Technology.
Before joining Cerner, Dieterman was president and chief operating officer of eScout, an ASP in the banking business, and president and COO of VTech Industries, where he founded and implemented VTech’s corporate Internet division in the late 1990s. He also has worked at U.S. Robotics/3Com, and ATT/Lucent. Dieterman graduated from Drury University in Springfield, Mo., receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in accounting and business administration and a minor in economics.