Executive announcements: ASRT, DMS Health Technologies, SmartPill Corp.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists announced the promotion of two of its senior staff members. DuVonne Campbell was promoted from vice president of member services to executive vice president and chief customer officer. Formerly the vice president of communications, Nora J. Tuggle is now the executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer for ASRT.

Campbell, who has been a registered radiologic technologist for more than 35 years, joined ASRT in 1995, where she started in the Customer Information Department. In 1998, she became the director of government relations, and later, the vice president of member services. Prior to ASRT, she worked to develop and open a free-standing MRI facility in Kansas City.

Tuggle, a former Marine Corps public affairs officer, newspaper editor and columnist, has more than 30 years combined media, corporate and association experience.

Tom Andersson has been named president of DMS Health Technologies, a member of the DMS Health Group, a national diagnostic imaging and equipment provider. In his role Andersson will focus on strategic planning, financial growth and customer service associated with the sales of diagnostic imaging, cardiac monitoring and resuscitation equipment, and supplies. Andersson most recently served as a vice president for Fuji Medical Systems, USA.  Prior to this, Andersson held sales-related positions within GE Medical Systems.

SmartPill Corp. has hired Tom Woodbridge as vice president of Manufacturing. Woodbridge will be a member of SmartPill’s senior management team and will be responsible for the company’s manufacturing process, day-to-day management of the supply chain, operations and information technology. Woodbridge brings over two decades of senior operations and manufacturing management experience to the position. Prior to working at SmartPill, he was director of operations at Fluke Biomedical, a manufacturer of radiation measurement and test equipment, in Cleveland, Ohio. Before that, he was a senior manager at various divisions of 3M, Philips Medical, Siemens and Honeywell.