GE Health Executive Joins U.S. Anesthesia Partners

Jeff Terry to Lead Health System Strategy and Innovation for USAP

DALLAS, TX, -- May 9, 2024 – U.S. Anesthesia Partners (“USAP”), a leading provider of high-quality anesthesia care, today announced that Jeff Terry has joined the national practice as Executive Vice President of Health System Strategy and Innovation. He was most recently at General Electric Healthcare, where he was the Founding CEO of the GE Clinical Command Center.

“I’m thrilled to be working with the outstanding clinicians at USAP and the health systems we serve to continue setting the standard in anesthesia care,” said Terry. “I’ve been impressed with USAP’s physician-led model, and the opportunity that it creates for USAP to help health systems and clinicians achieve success in a constantly evolving health care environment. There’s tremendous opportunity and need for innovation in areas like AI and education to further improve the patient experience, which is the overall goal.”

Terry will work closely with USAP’s physician Board members and other key USAP physicians, such as Dr. Mo Azam, who leads clinical innovation at USAP. Dr. Azam has significant experience in transplant anesthesia. He has also served in a variety of leadership roles, contributing to both the practice and specialty of anesthesia. These roles include membership on USAP’s National Quality Committee, Board Member for the Florida Society of Anesthesiologists, and as a legislative advocate at the national and local levels for patients and the specialty of anesthesia.

About Jeff Terry

Jeff Terry has over 20 years of experience in healthcare developing solutions and leading businesses which assist hospitals with patient flow, service line strategy, clinical asset management, and continuous quality improvement.  In 2022 he was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the Top 25 Innovators in Healthcare. Prior to founding the GE Command Center, Terry led GE's clinical consulting business specializing in preoperative flow, strategy, and leadership systems. He is also a U.S. Army veteran, having served as a Captain in the 1st Armored Division, with whom he deployed to Kuwait in 2000. He has an Electrical Engineering degree from Vanderbilt University, an MBA from Marquette University, and is an ACHE Fellow.

About U.S. Anesthesia Partners

USAP is a leading single-specialty anesthesia practice, dedicated to providing high-quality anesthesia services to over 2 million patients across the nation annually. With over 4,500 clinicians and expertise in many anesthesia subspecialties, including pediatric, cardiac and OB anesthesia. USAP sets the standard for high-quality patient care. Its data-driven quality metrics enable continuous innovation and improvements that are shared across USAP via a robust Clinical Quality Committee and quality framework. This structure helps facilitate the delivery of consistent, high-quality services for patients, surgeons, facilities, and health plans. The company's clinicians serve healthcare communities in Texas, Florida, Colorado, Nevada, Washington, Kansas, Indiana, Tennessee, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. To learn more about USAP, visit: