• AcuNetx (Torrance, California) has named three new executives to lead its majority-owned subsidiary, VisioNetx (Boulder, Colorado): David Hunter, president/CEO; Collis Woodward, VP/CFO; and Douglas MacCarthy, VP/COO. Hunter previously worked for BI Incorporated. Prior to joining VisioNetx, Woodward was CFO for encryptX. MacCarthy worked for 31 years at IBM, during which he held various management and senior staff positions. AcuNetx makes diagnostic, analytical and therapeutic tools; VisoNetx makes ocular scanning technologies to determine fitness for duty through impairment testing

Douglas Rosenfeld was named VP of human resources of Analogic (Peabody, Massachusetts). Prior to joining Analogic, Rosenfeld was human resources director for the California region of Quest Diagnostics. Analogic makes health and security systems and subsystems sold primarily to original equipment manufacturers.

Michael Lahoud was named president of CardioMag Imaging (CMI; Schenectady, New York). Lahoud previously worked at VSM MedTech, where he was responsible for operations, development, engineering and manufacturing. CMI makes cardiac diagnostic devices called MagnetoCardioGraphs

Kenneth Adach was named VP of consumer marketing of OraSure Technologies (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania). Since 2005, Adach has served as director of marketing for Bausch & Lomb's line of OTC pharmaceutical products. OraSure Technologies makes oral fluid diagnostics.

Franz Humer, the chairman of Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche Holding (Basel, Switzerland) will step down next March and will be replaced by Severin Schwan, the head of its diagnostics division. Humer will remain chairman of the board. Schwan has been with the company for 14 years and was named last year to the head of the diagnostics division.