Category: Personnel Moves
National Quality Forum president Dr. Christine Cassel resigns seats on the boards of Kaiser Permanente and Premier Inc. amid growing inquiries about the Forum's financial ties to healthcare companies.
National Quality Forum president & CEO Dr. Christine Cassel voluntarily resigned her seat on the boards of a couple of high-profile healthcare industry groups as questions continue to swirl about potential conflicts of interest among the Forum's leaders.
Spinal devices maker Vexim appoints as its director of marketing Sandrine Carle, a veteran of spinal operations at medtech giant Medtronic.
French spinal devices maker Vexim (EPA:ALVXM) this month welcome Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) veteran Sandrine Carle as its director of marketing.
Here's a look at some of the top personnel stories for medical device companies this week.
Capitol Hill veteran Clayton Hall joins the Medical Device Manufacturers Assn. as vice president of government affairs and the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance names Erin Doty Georges director of federal & state government relations.
The Medical Device Manufacturers Assn. and the Medical Imaging Technology Alliance tapped a pair of Capitol Hill veterans to lead their government affairs departments.
Clayton Hall, a former chief of staff for 3 representatives with 12 years on The Hill, was named vice president of government affairs at MDMA, the association said.
Florida-based Bioheart Inc. reports that CEO Mike Tomas is up and about and doing well since undergoing emergency open-heart surgery.
Regenerative therapies maker Bioheart (PINK:BHRT) lauded the return of president & CEO Mike Tomas who underwent emergency open-heart surgery late last year.
Newly appointed Institute of Medicine president Dr. Victor Dzau is resigning his seat on the board of medtech titan Medtronic.
Noted cardiologist and incoming Institute of Medicine president Dr. Victor Dzau is resigning from the board of directors for Medtronic (NYSE:MDT), effective 1 day before he starts his new job at the IOM.
ArthroCare creates a $15 million fund to transition its employees through the pending $1.7 billion acquisition by Smith & Nephew.