Frank Powers will serve as the new chief operating officer of American HomePatient (Brentwood, Tennessee), replacing Thomas Mills, who is leaving the company but will assist in the transition of his duties through March 31. Powers has served as an executive vice president of the company since last fall. American HomePatient is one of the nation's largest home healthcare providers with 276 centers in 35 states.

Frederick Thompson has been appointed president and CEO of the American Liver Foundation (ALF; New York). Most recently, Thompson held the same position at the Jane Goodall Institute. ALF is the nation's leading nonprofit organization promoting liver health and disease prevention.

Luke Faulstick, senior vice president of operations, will be leaving dj Orthopedics (San Diego) in early March. dj Orthopedics specializes in rehabilitation and regeneration products for the non-operative orthopedic and spine markets.

Kevin Hobert will serve as president of Eastman Kodak's Health Group and senior vice president, Eastman Kodak (Rochester, New York). Hobert, previously general manager, digital capture systems and vice president of Kodak's Health Group, replaces Daniel Kerpelman, who is leaving to become CEO of a global services company headquartered in Europe. Hobert joined Kodak in 2002 from GE Medical Systems, with 11 years' experience in the medical imaging market.

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