InTouch taps ex-Angiodynamics CEO DeVivo as new chief exec
InTouch Health said last week it tapped ex-AngioDynamics (NSDQ:ANGO) CEO Joseph DeVivo to serve as its new chief executive officer, replacing Yulun Wang who has served as board chair and CEO since the company’s founding in 2002.
“I am honored to join InTouch Health at this very exciting time. I’m thrilled to be part of such an innovative, growing business that delivers market leading telehealth technologies and services to health systems around the world. InTouch Health is at a pivotal stage and is ready to accelerate growth and scale. I look forward to leading the company’s expansion of its enterprise-wide, cloud-based telemedicine platform, while adding specialist physician led services and new clinical applications to its offering,” DeVivo said in a press release.
Wang will stay on with the company as board chair, InTouch Health said.
“I have known Joe DeVivo for more than 20 years both professionally and personally, and I’m delighted to have him lead InTouch Health as our new CEO. He brings the right kind of leadership and experience to help our customers and company achieve increasing success as telehealth expands on a global scale,” Wang said in prepared remarks.
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