Bruce Lisanti will succeed Doug Horner as president of Medical Informatics Engineering, a healthcare information technology company based in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Lisanti has also assumed the role of CEO, according to a news release from the company. Horner co-founded Medical Informatics Engineering, which specializes in flexible electronic health-record systems, in 1995. Until Lisanti's appointment, Horner served as president and chief technology officer. He will continue to hold posts as CTO and chairman of the board, according to the release.
Before joining Medical Informatics Engineering, Lisanti was the president and CEO of MicroPlanet, an energy conservation technology company based in Seattle. He also served as president and CEO of Winston-Salem, N.C.-based FirmLogic, a technology company that specializes in litigation services.
Lisanti's and Horner's ages were not available at deadline.