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Dynamic shifts management, Assif replaces Laskey at helm

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Dynamic Healthcare Technologies is one of the many health IT companies shuffling top management in an effort to compensate for tougher market conditions. Mitch Laskey, who founded Dynamic and has served as its president and CEO, has stepped

Dynamic Healthcare Technologies is one of the many health IT companies shuffling top management in an effort to compensate for tougher market conditions. Mitch Laskey, who founded Dynamic and has served as its president and CEO, has stepped aside to become a consultant to the company. Christopher Assif, formerly president of Dynamic's Internet Solutions group, has replaced Laskey as CEO. John Fingado, formerly vice president and general manager of CoPath, has been appointed president and COO. Dynamic will concentrate its marketing on the CoMed product suite, which offers clinical connectivity and ASP-based products for laboratory, pathology, and radiology departments.

In related news, Dynamic has expanded the size of its board to seven members from five. Assif and Christopher Cooper, president of Plangent Systems and cofounder of Collaborative Medical Systems (a company acquired by Dynamic in 1996), are the newest appointees. Laskey has retained his seat on the board of directors.


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