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Mediware CEO Resigns

July 3, 2007 News 1 Comment

James Burgess, president and CEO of Mediware Information Systems, has resigned. He will leave his position on September 24. The company also announced that John Damgaard, VP of the company’s blood management software division, has been appointed to the newly created position of chief operating officer and senior vice president, effective immediately.

Burgess joined the company in 2005, Damgaard in 2003.

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  1. Such a joke…There have been more CEOs there than any company in the industry…The company is, and has always been run by Larry Ariana from the Kaufmann Fund.







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