Dossia, a not-for-profit Cambridge, Mass.-based provider of a personal health-record platform, has named its current board chairman, Michael Critelli, as the company's new president and CEO. Craig Barrett, a retired chairman and CEO of Intel Corp., will replace Critelli as chair.
Critelli is a former CEO of Pitney Bowes. At Dossia, he succeeds Colin Evans, who joined Dossia in 2008 as an "on-loan executive" from Intel's Digital Health Group, according to Dossia's website. Critelli's age was unavailable at deadline.
Dossia was founded in 2006 by Intel, Pitney Bowes, Applied Materials, BP America and Wal-Mart for use by their employees and retirees and their dependents. Cardinal Health joined the effort soon afterward.