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People

February 2, 2011

Katz, Sapper & Miller LLP hired Colin Gulledge as a director in its health care resources group, helping hospitals and health systems improve reimbursement, compliance and coding practices. Gulledge has a bachelor’s degree in public health administration from Indiana University and an MBA from Butler University.

Dr. Smriti Banthia has joined Franciscan St. Francis Medical Group Indiana Heart Physicians after completing a fellowship at Northwestern University. She holds a medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine and an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 
Pierceton-based Paragon Medical has hired Michael Gosmeyer as chief compliance officer. Gosmeyer joins Paragon after serving as director of regulatory affairs at Batesville-based Hill-Rom Holdings Inc., a maker of hospital equipment.

Robin Bellinger has joined Riley Children’s Foundation as chief development officer. Bellinger spent the past eight years at Purdue University, where she served as associate vice president of advancement, a senior director of development and interim vice president of advancement.

The Indiana Health Information Exchange named Harold Apple its new president and CEO, replacing Dr. Marc Overhage. Overhage will stay on as chief strategic officer and national policy adviser. Apple, 65, founded Indianapolis-based software firm Vector Technologies Inc., which he sold to a U.S. subsidiary of India-based Mastek in July 2007. 

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