The former CEO of local health care ventures Inspiris and Gordian Health Solutions has been tapped to lead a Twin Cities maker of equipment to treat heart and lung disorders and markets fitness systems. Angeion (Ticker: ANGN) posted a first-half loss of $462,000 on revenues of about $14 million.
“We recognize the enormous toll tobacco use takes on overall health and productivity for individuals, families and workplaces. Paying for employees’ tobacco dependence treatment can provide significant return on investment while addressing a long-term chronic disease," said Chris Hunter, CEO of Onlife Health.Onlife Health was formerly named Gordian Health Solutions.
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