Ruben Jose King-Shaw Jr. has been named CEO of All-Med Services of Florida (Miami) and Clinical Medical Services, the company's Puerto Rico-based operations. Raul Rodriguez, who founded both companies, will serve as executive chairman. Also joining the organization as vice president of operations is Roger Lopez, who has more than 20 years of operational experience. King-Shaw served in the Bush Administration from 2001 to 2003 as deputy administrator and chief operating officer of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Prior to joining the Bush Administration, King-Shaw was secretary of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. All-Med Services of Florida and Clinical Medical Services in Puerto Rico are durable medical equipment, respiratory, medical supply and infusion suppliers

Mark Olley has joined Aspyra (Calabasas, California) as regional sales manager for the Northeastern U.S. region. Most recently, Olley was a sales manager for FujiFilm Medical Systems. Aspyra makes clinical and diagnostic information solutions for the healthcare industry.

• Orthofix International (Boston) said that Brad Mason was named president of Blackstone Medical, the company's spine implant and biologic subsidiary. Mason was also recently named to the newly created position of group president, North America at Orthofix. Mason was previously the president of Breg, the company's sports medicine subsidiary. Orthofix International is an orthopedic products company.