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Execs leave Insight Health

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Steven T. Plochocki, president and CEO, and Michael S. Madler, executive vice president, fixed-site division, resigned from InSight Health Services effective Aug. 9. Plochocki served the company for more than four years, and Madler was on board for

Steven T. Plochocki, president and CEO, and Michael S. Madler, executive vice president, fixed-site division, resigned from InSight Health Services effective Aug. 9. Plochocki served the company for more than four years, and Madler was on board for nearly eight. Michael N. Cannizzaro, Insight chairman of the board, has taken over as president and CEO. Cannizzaro is an operating partner of JW Childs Associates with 27 years of healthcare industry management experience. InSight provides diagnostic imaging and information, treatment, and related management services in 34 states. The company opened a new diagnostic imaging center in Columbus, OH, on Aug. 11, its third in the Columbus area.

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