Medical-products manufacturer Cardinal Health, Dublin, Ohio, has established a board of directors to lead its planned spinoff business, CareFusion Corp., following a public offering of the new company, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Included on the board is Edward Miller, 66, CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, an organization that formally integrates operations and planning of the School of Medicine with the Johns Hopkins Health System and Hospital.
Also on the eight-member board are CareFusion Chairman and CEO David Schlotterbeck, 61; PetSmart Chairman and CEO Phillip Francis, 61, who also is a Cardinal Health director; UnitedHealth Groups Prescription Solution CEO Jacqueline Kosecoff, 59; General Motors Corp. retired Chief Financial Officer J. Michael Losh, 62, who also is a Cardinal Health director; Life Technologies Chairman and CEO Gregory Lucier, 45; Aon Corp. Senior Executive Vice President and Cardinal Health director Michael OHalleran, 58; and Hewlett Packard retired Executive Vice President and CFO Robert Wayman, 63.
Francis, Losh and OHalleran will step down from the Cardinal board following completion of the CareFusion spinoff. The newly established company will become the home for Cardinals clinical and medical products businesses.