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Altimate Medical names new leader

March 4, 2020HME News Staff

MORTON, Minn. - The board of directors at Altimate Medical has appointed Paul Hickey president and CEO. He succeeds Todd Tholkes, who is retiring after leading the company for more than two decades. Tholkes will remain a board member. Hickey comes to Altimate Medical with more than 25 years of experience in medical devices, including leadership roles in marketing, R&D, clinical and reimbursement. He most recently served as senior vice president of marketing and reimbursement at EnteroMedics. He also...

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QS/1 seeks new leadership

May 17, 2017HME News Staff

SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Tammy Devine, president of QS/1, will retire later this year. Devine began her career at the company as a programmer, nearly 35 years ago. She became president in 2011 after holding a series of managerial roles, including executive vice president. QS/1's parent company, J M Smith, is conducting a national search for Devine's successor. One of her last acts of leadership: launching QS/1's latest product, SharpRx, a next generation management system for independent pharmacies.

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Short takes: RRI, DeRoyal

February 16, 2016HME News Staff

St. Louis, Miss.-based Responsive Respiratory Inc. has published its new oxygen solutions catalog for 2016. The catalog highlights conservers, regulators and cases, carts, racks, cylinders and accessory items, as well as the company's expanded customization program. “RRI doubled its offering of customized products over the course of last year,” stated Tom Bannon, presidentÖBill Pittman, president and COO of Knoxville, Tenn.-based DeRoyal, plans to retire at the end of the first quarter...

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Complex rehab giants turn to new leaders

August 22, 2014Leah Hoenen

FRANKLIN, Tenn., and ROCKY HILL, Conn. - The race is on: Complex rehab giants National Seating & Mobility (NSM) and Numotion have each tapped outside talent to take the reins as both companies look to continue growth.Mike Swinford has joined Rocky Hill, Conn.-based Numotion as CEO, while Bill Mixon has joined Franklin, Tenn.-based NSM as president, a newly created position.“We're getting to be a pretty large company, as companies go in this industry, and we're continuing to grow,” said...

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