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September 21, 2013 in Medical Technology

Amphion Medical Solutions announced the appointment of Subbu Ravi to the new position of chief operating officer. Prior to joining Amphion, he was vice president of healthcare IT solutions and product development at Symphony Corporation and acting COO of Symphony Care-Population Health Management.

The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives has named Geoffrey Brown as the recipient of the organization’s fifth annual State Public Policy Award for CIO Leadership. Brown is senior vice president and CIO at Inova. CHIME also announced the election of members Cara BabachicosIndranil Ganguly and Marc Probst to its board of trustees.

Paul Peabody took a new position as vice-president and CIO for Bronson Healthcare. Previously, he served as CIO at Palomar Health.

Mass Technology Leadership Council named athenahealth’s Jonathan Bush as CEO of the year. Bush co-founded athenahealth in 1997 with Todd Park and has served on its board of directors since its inception.

Jamison RFID announced the appointment of Anthony J. Dublino as director of commercial business, North America, and the promotion of Gina Lehman to director of government business.

Andrew Nash has joined KuppingerCole as fellow analyst. Until recently, he was CTO for Trulioo, and prior to that he was director of identity services at Google and PayPal.

Voalte announced the hiring of Kenda West as COO. She comes to Voalte from Johns Hopkins Medicine where she was CIO for the community division.

GetWellNetwork announced that Karen Drenkard has joined the company as chief clinical/nursing officer. 

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