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Omnicell Updates 2008 Year End Guidance and Announces Company Reorganization
Date:1/20/2009

roducts while assuring we keep the highest customer satisfaction standards in place."

Today's announcement also includes a reorganization that will place additional focus on driving sales through increased customer satisfaction. Omnicell appointed longtime Omnicell executive, J. Christopher Drew as senior vice president, field operations. Mr. Drew will be responsible for all customer facing activities of the Company. Reporting to Mr. Drew will be three seasoned general managers, each having 14+ years of sales and service experience in the healthcare industry, and who will be responsible for sales, field installation operations, and field customer service in specific geographical areas of the United States and Canada. In this reorganization, the position of vice president, sales, formerly held by Renee Luhr, will not be filled. Ms. Luhr previously informed the company of her resignation effective February 15, 2009.

Omnicell also announced the addition of Marga Ortigas-Wedekind as vice president, marketing and Nhat Ngo as vice president, strategy and business development. Ms. Ortigas-Wedekind most recently served as senior vice president, marketing, development, and clinical affairs at Xoft, Inc. a manufacturer of radiation therapy products, and has more than 18 years of marketing experience in the healthcare industry. Mr. Ngo most recently served as vice president, business development and licensing at Covidien, a global healthcare and supply company and held a number of senior management positions at Britesmile, a cosmetic solutions company between 1999 and 2006.

"During the past year we have found that the alignment of our functional organizations around customer focus drives increased satisfaction, and ultimately, more sales opportunities," said Mr. Lipps. "This reorganization allows us to accelerate the speed of decision-making and execution by pushing those functions closer to the customer. The addition of
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