Stayhealthy, a Monrovia, Calif.-based provider of Web-enabled systems to help individuals assess and electronically track their body composition, named former HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson chairman of the board for the electronic health tools company.
Former HHS Secretary Thompson elected Stayhealthy chairman
Thompson, 69, replaces Edward Bliss, who has been chairman since 2008 and who will continue to serve on the board of the privately held company, according to a Stayhealthy news release.
In other board changes, John Demoleas, vice president of development and external affairs at Staten Island (N.Y.) University Hospital, is returning to the board, according to the release. Demoleas, 52, said he served on the board from 1998 to 2003.
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