Mercy Leadership


Our Business Partnership Team

Greg Sonnenberg

Greg Sonnenberg,
Vice President - Sales Planning & Development

Greg’s role is to grow MTS’ sales, marketing and product strategies while seeking out new relationships with prospective commercial partners. A St. Louis native and graduate of St. Louis University, Greg has more than 30 years’ experience in the networking sector with local and national technology companies including F5 Networks, Jupiter Networks and Cisco Systems. There, he led both direct and indirect sales efforts through providers of managed services and cloud services.

Michael McCreary MTS

Michael McCreary,
Vice President - Business Partnerships

Michael helps other health systems improve their care through adoption of MTS systems and technologies. A former Chief Information Officer for Citizens Memorial Medical Center in Victoria, Texas, Michael brings 25+ years of health care experience to his role at Mercy. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland.

Nicole Klein MTS

Nicole Klein,
Vice President - Business Partnership

Nicole’s focus is on building and maintaining exceptional relationships with MTS’ commercial clients. With over 20 years’ experience in client relationship management, she’s worked with and for Fortune 500 companies, including Maritz Holdings, Inc. and Mastercard International. A strategic thought leader committed to operational excellence, Nicole is known for her professional and collaborative approach to building processes, enhancing solutions and meeting client needs.

Phil Amelung

Phil Amelung,
Sales Operations Director

Phil helps health care organizations to realize their digital transformations by finding best-fit solutions to their greatest technology needs. With 18 years’ experience in health care IT sales, Phil is an active member of HIMSS and holds a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Missouri State University. He lives in the St. Louis area with his Australian shepherds Penny and Pickles.


Senior Leadership

Gil Hoffman MTS

Gil Hoffman,
Mercy Chief Information Officer

Gil joined Mercy in 2012 as chief information officer with a goal of advancing health care with emerging technology. Prior to joining Mercy, Gil spent 39 years with Maritz Holdings, Inc. A 2018 St. Louis Business Journal Technology Executive of the Year, Gil is known throughout the industry as a common-sense leader and hands-on innovator, winning InformationWeek’s “Most Innovative Use of IT” 12 times and named by ComputerWorld as one of the top 100 ClOs in the U.S. He currently sits on Epic’s Community Connect Steering Committee.

Scott Richert MTS

Scott Richert,
Mercy Chief Technology Officer

Scott leads the teams who engineer, implement and oversee the operations of Mercy’s critical technology infrastructure. Scott, a graduate of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, has had a 28-year career in health care IT, and has served the last 22 years at Mercy in a variety of roles providing leadership for many technical and business initiatives.

Curtis Dudley MTS

Curtis Dudley,
Vice President - Performance Solutions Center of Excellence

Curtis and his team identify and eliminate health care performance barriers using health care analytics tools. Curtis has 20-plus years experience in information technology and supply chain, and has led a number of key Mercy implementations including a point-of-use system, Lawson supply chain management software and a warehouse management system for pharmacy distribution.

Mike Fuller MTS

Mike Fuller,
Vice President - Performance Acceleration

Mike ensures governance, service standards, financial discipline, vendor relationships and feedback loops to accelerate MTS performance and best support Mercy’s mission and customer strategies. Mike came to Mercy from Maritz Holdings, Inc., and is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with 20 years IT leadership experience in streamlining processes and achieving operational efficiencies.

Maryann Copenhaver MTS

Maryann Copenhaver,
Vice President - Business Partnerships, Mercy Virtual

Maryann is responsible for leading the Mercy Technology Services efforts for Mercy Virtual across its multiple service lines. Maryann joined Mercy with over 20+ years experience in technology and process improvement in leadership roles within global organizations. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Fontbonne College and an MBA from St. Louis University.

Dan Magoc MTS

Dan Magoc,
Vice President - Business Transformation

Dan leads collaborative business efforts, driving customer engagement, strategic partnerships and business transformation. Dan’s prior experience included IT leadership roles in the telecom, financial and manufacturing industries. He holds an MBA from St. Louis University and a Graduate Certificate in Information Management from Washington University-St. Louis.

Todd Craig, MD MTS

Todd Craig, MD,
Vice President - Clinical Informatics

Dr. Craig works toward coordination, stabilization and optimization of Mercy’s electronic health record. A family physician, Dr. Craig graduated from Boston University’s School of Medicine. He joined Mercy in 2000, and since then he has served in a leadership capacity for numerous departments and committees. Prior to his career in medicine, Dr. Craig taught high school math and science and served as an actuarial analyst.

Todd Stewart, MD MTS

Todd Stewart, MD,
Vice President - Clinical Integrated Solutions

Dr. Stewart coordinates clinical needs with technology across the Mercy ministry. Dr. Stewart began his affiliation with Mercy in 1999, opening a practice at Mercy Hospital Fort Smith. Having spent much of his career utilizing clinical analytics and advanced data systems, he accepted his current role with MTS in 2015. Dr. Stewart holds a doctorate from the University of Arkansas for Medical Science.

Dr. Damon Broyles

Damon Broyles, MD,
Vice President – Clinical Innovation

As part of MTS’ clinical informatics team, Dr. Broyles leverages provider experience to optimize Mercy’s clinical systems and improve patient outcomes. A graduate of University of Missouri – Columbia’s medical school, he became involved in health care informatics in 2006, serving in several roles including, most recently, chief medical informatics officer (CMIO). He holds board certifications in Clinical Informatics and Family Medicine.

Mark Brinley MTS

Mark Brinley,
Vice President - Clinical and Business Systems

Mark coordinates clinical systems, business systems and custom solutions to provide the greatest possible performance of customer and client software. A member of the Mercy team for nearly 20 years, Mark graduated from Missouri Baptist University and is currently pursuing his master’s in health informatics from Logan University.

Dan Henke MTS

Dan Henke,
Vice President - Information Security

Named one of the top CISOs to Know in 2018 by Becker’s Hospital Review, Dan oversees Mercy’s Information Security Office. Dan and his teams safeguard all of Mercy’s information assets, as well as ensure disaster recovery and business continuity of Epic systems. Dan has 20-plus years of leadership in all facets of information technology. Prior to joining Mercy, Dan was Chief Information Security Officer for Maritz Holdings, Inc., and has an MBA from St. Louis University. In addition, Dan is a permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of St. Louis and assists the pastor at Holy Infant Church in Ballwin, Missouri.

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