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Compressus Bolsters Executive Team to Expand Interoperability Market Pioneered by MEDxConnect(TM)
Date:2/3/2009

Janine Broda Elevated to Chief Marketing Officer and PACS Industry Veteran

Shawn Gibbons Joins as MEDxConnect(TM) General Manager

WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Compressus, Inc., leaders in healthcare IT systems interoperability solutions, bolstered its executive team with the promotion of Janine Broda to chief marketing officer and the recent appointment of Shawn Gibbons as vice president and general manager of the MEDxConnect(TM) division.

Proven to increase physician efficiency, reduce Enterprise costs and improve patient safety, Compressus' MEDxConnect is the first and only software solution that indexes, integrates and routes all relevant patient medical information in real time. Focused exclusively on providing interoperability solutions, MEDxConnect was built from the ground up to address the need for connectivity across disparate HIS, RIS, PACS and related information systems that enables organizations with disparate multi-vendor systems to function as one virtual enterprise.

"Janine joined Compressus three years ago as the Company was transitioning from development to a commercial organization and has led Compressus' efforts to define and build a whole new marketplace in healthcare IT, that of interoperability," said John B. Macfarlane, CEO, Compressus. "With both a clinical radiology background and deep PACS product management and marketing experience, Shawn Gibbons brings tremendous perspective to the issue of interoperability. We expect their combined industry expertise and experience will greatly bolster our ability to drive understanding and adoption of the company's Enterprise Systems Integration solutions."

Previously serving as vice president and general manager of the MEDxConnect division, Broda is now responsible for developing and maintaining business relationships for Compressus' medical imaging products. With more than 25 years of healthcare industry exper
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