Sheila Tan was named VP of marketing and chief marketing officer for Align Technology (Santa Clara, California). Most recently, Tan was VP of marketing for MokaFive. Align Technology makes Invisalign, a method for treating malocclusion, or the misalignment of teeth.

John Sullivan, PhD, was named CEO of Mesa Laboratories (Lakewood, Colorado). Sullivan has been with Mesa since 2004, when he joined the company as VP of sales and marketing. Mesa Laboratories makes electronic instruments and disposables for industrial, pharmaceutical and medical applications.

• MMR Information Systems (Los Angeles) said that it has named Gene Barduson, whose 30-year career in healthcare and information rtechnology includes CEO positions with Alteer, Apexion Technologies and EDiX, to build the company's professional healthcare IT customer base, with an emphasis on introducing its new MyMedicalRecords Pro product to the healthcare marketplace. MMR Pro is an electronic medical record designed to allow physicians to efficiently scan and digitize their paper records, upload them to a secure, web-based portal and then be able to share records with patients through a separate patient portal called MMRPatientView.

Tony Coelho, a former congressman from California, has been named chair of the Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC; Washington). Coelho was the primary author of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and has worked on behalf of patients and people with disabilities for some 40 years.

Andrew Gale was named CEO of Veridiam (San Diego). For the past 10 years, Gale was president/CEO of C-Tech Industries. Veridiam is a contract manufacturer of build-to-print metal tubing, components, and assemblies, custom-engineered to meet the needs of power generation, dental, medical, aerospace, industrial and other critical applications.

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