Medical Informatics Engineering names new CEO

Aug. 10, 2010

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Aug. 9, 2010 – Bruce Lisanti, a leader in the business technology community, has been named chief executive officer and president of Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE), a healthcare information technology company. MIE offers advanced Web-based products that simplify the automation of medical records in physician practices and clinics, and integrate with consumer health platforms to improve the management and sharing of medical records.

For the past 15 years, Mr. Lisanti has been a principal at several successful high technology companies. As a technology executive with extensive experience in marketing, channel development, M&A and strategic planning, he has helped build several companies from early stage development to more than $500 million in revenue.  Prior to these achievements, Mr. Lisanti worked for Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and at General Electric Company (GE) where he was instrumental in growing the computer services division from start-up to more than $1.2 billion of revenue. 

Mr. Lisanti’s new role is effective immediately. Company founder, Doug Horner, remains with MIE as chief technology officer and chairman of the board. 

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