Scott L'Heureux, one of the founders of Surgical Information Systems (SIS; Atlanta), has been promoted to president and chief operating officer. L'Heureux, who had been executive vice president of sales, succeeds the company's primary founder, Richard Jackson, who will remain as CEO. SIS provides automated intelligence across the perioperative continuum, empowering hospitals to enhance patient care and business operations.

William Craig has been named executive vice president and CFO of Vital Signs (Totowa, New Jersey). He has 20 years' experience in accounting and finance and for the past year has been providing consulting services in the area of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance as well as serving as an interim CFO. Vital Signs and its subsidiaries manufacture single-use medical products for anesthesia and critical care.