• Molly Coye, MD, was named president/CEO of CalRHIO (San Francisco). Coye was a principal founder of CalRHIO and has served as the chair of the board since 2007. CalRHIO is the California statewide information exchange founded in 2005.

Mark Wagner was named president/CEO of Celleration (Eden Prairie, Minnesota). Wagner will also serve on Celleration's board of directors. Most recently, Wagner co-founded and is board chairman of Orasi Medical. Celleration makes the MIST therapy system, an ultrasound device to heal wounds.

• HealthSpring (Nashville, Tennessee) said that Andy Flatt, the company's senior VP and chief information officer, has begun a two-year term as the chairman of the Nashville Technology Council (NTC), an affiliate of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. Since 1999, the NTC has been devoted to helping the Middle Tennessee technology community succeed. HealthSpring is a coordinated care plan with a focus on the Medical Advantage market.

• IMS Health (Norwalk, Connecticut) has named Kimberly Gray as chief privacy officer, Americas. Previously, Gray was chief privacy officer at Highmark insurance company. IMS Health provides market intelligence to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.

Karl Broussard was named VP of contracting and provider relations for XLHealth (Baltimore). Most recently, Broussard was VP of network development at Coventry Health Care. XL Health specializes in improving the quality of care for seniors with chronic illness.