A year-old Los Angeles-based venture capital firm, Caltex Capital, has purchased a 25% ownership stake in electronic medical records, scheduling and practice management system software developer Meditab Software, Oakland, Calif., the IT company has announced. Noah Davis, managing partner of Caltex, will join the Meditab board and will serve as chief financial officer of the company, according to a news statement. Paul Rosenstock and Daniel Wisnicki, described as "leaders of the group investing in Meditab," also will serve as Meditab officers, Rosenstock as a member of the board of directors and Wisnicki as vice president of the senior-care division at Meditab, the company said. -- by Joseph Conn / HITS staff writer
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