Dan Kerpelman, who will join Bio-Optronics as president and CEO, has acquired a majority of the healthcare workflow technology company's shares.
Kerpelman brings over 30 years of executive experience to Bio-Optronics of Rochester, N.Y. The company's product portfolio includes innovative workflow management and optimization solutions for hospitals, specialty medical practices and clinical researchers, according to the company.
The company's former president, Mike Kamish, will remain in the role of vice president and chief technology officer.
Later this month, Kerpelman said that the company will introduce a new corporate logo, product branding scheme and website, emphasizing its focus on healthcare workflow technology.