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AssureRx Appoints Senior Executives in Key Roles to Drive Company Growth
Date:2/1/2011

CINCINNATI, Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AssureRx Health, Inc. today announced the appointments of two senior executives in key roles to drive company growth. Donald R. Wright, Jr. has been appointed as executive vice president & chief operating officer and John A. Bellano as senior vice president, sales & commercial programs.

Wright has been instrumental in leading the development of AssureRx's pharmacogenetic test, GeneSightRx®, and the blueprint of products the company expects to develop over the next two to three years. In his new position, Wright will play a fundamental role in leading AssureRx's future product offerings, operations, and external relationships and he will continue managing software product development, overseeing information technology and molecular genetics laboratory operations, as well as customer support, field sales support, quality assurance, and human resources. Wright brings over 20 years of software product development and operations expertise, including Attachmate where he led a 700 member software team and the creation and support of a $450 million software product line. Wright also served as chief technology officer and chief information officer in various software companies and has participated in more than 25 successful product launches.

Bellano is joining AssureRx as a key member of the executive team, leading the company's sales efforts to increase adoption of GeneSightRx, launching new products in development, and leading the company's efforts with Diamond Healthcare and other strategic partners. Bellano also brings 20 years of experience to AssureRx, most recently as senior vice president, commercial operations for GenMark, a molecular diagnostics company, and as vice president, s
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