WisBusiness: Arvind Subramanian will be the new CEO at Madison-based HealthMyne, whose FDA-approved imaging platform lets radiologists track tumors over time.

The company was co-founded by several seasoned hands in the Madison health tech community, including Geometrics co-founder Mark Gehring and UW-Madison professor Thomas “Rock” Mackie, the co-founder of TomoTherapy.

Another co-founder, Praveen Sinha, had been serving as CEO and will remain with the company as vice president of business development.

“Arvind provides outstanding leadership and executive management experience in both startup and large corporate environments to HealthMyne,” Sinha said. “I am delighted to have him lead our company and look forward to working with him.”

After spending 10 years at General Electric, Subramanian was on the management team of two startups, including ProVation Medical. That company was acquired by Wolters Kluwer N.V. in 2006, and Subramanian became the president and CEO of one of the parent company’s units.

The company has also named Linda Peitzman as its chief medical & information officer. Peitzman worked with Subramanian at ProVation Medical and after the acquisition became chief medical officer for Wolters Kluwer Health.

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