Keith Cox was named chief technology officer of A.D.A.M. (Atlanta). Cox joins A.D.A.M. from Microsoft, where he was director of global partner business development in developer & platform evangelism. A.D.A.M. is a provider of health information and benefits technology solutions.

Rebecca Rimel, president/CEO of The Pew Charitable Trusts, has joined the board of CardioNet (Conshohocken, Pennsylvania) and will serve on its compensation committee. CardioNet's efforts are focused on the diagnosis and monitoring of cardiac arrhythmias, or heart rhythm disorders.

• Clinipace (Morrisville, North Carolina) said it has added Drs. William McCulloch, Joseph DeVeaugh-Geiss, and Michael Hamrell as advisors to support the company's team of clinical development professionals. McCulloch will advise the oncology and immunology team. DeVeaugh-Geiss will advise the CNS, psychiatry and internal medicine team. Hamrell will advise the Clinipace regulatory team. Dr. Hamrell has over 25 years of experience in regulatory affairs, clinical research and product development in academia, the FDA, NIH and in industry. Clinipace is a digital research organization that makes on-demand software and clinical services for phase I-IV clinical trials, registries, and investigator-initiated grant management programs.

Scott Tobin was named president and general counsel of Health Discovery (Savannah, Georgia). Tobin most recently practiced with the Savannah law firm of Hunter Maclean. Health Discovery specializes in the field of pattern recognition technology.

Dr. Raymond Fabius has been named to the board of directors of iMedica (Dallas), a developer of healthcare software solutions for physician practices, Fabius is a global physician executive who has served as a medical leader in academics, private practice, managed care, the health insurance industry, e-health and the corporation-purchaser space. Presently, he is strategic advisor to the president of Walgreens Health & Wellness Division, where he is responsible for crafting its population health enterprise solution. Previously he served as president/CEO of I-trax/CHD Meridian.

Irv Lichtenwald was named CFO of Medsphere Systems (Carlsbad, California). Lictnewald has more than 25 years' experience in finance and information technology. From 1995 to 2003, he was CFO for Advent Software. Medsphere is a healthcare IT company.