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Ximedica Names Randall Barko President & CEO

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Ximedica announced that it has appointed Randall Barko to serve as its President & Chief Executive Officer. Barko succeeds Stephen Lane, Ximedica's founding Chief Executive Officer. Lane will assume the role of Chairman and Chief Venture Officer focusing on adjacent growth opportunities. The new appointments will take effect immediately.

Randy comes to Ximedica with over 30 years of leading medical device and healthcare organizations towards global and financial growth. He has served as an executive advisor to Ximedica for the past 3 years. Currently Barko serves on the Board of Directors of several privately owned companies and is involved with several private equity and venture capital groups.

Prior to these roles, Randy was Vice President of Corporate Development at Flextronics (FLEX: Quote) and was Corporate Vice President, Marketing & Business Development and member of the Board of Directors at Nypro Inc. Barko was also President & CEO of the Nypro Medical Products Group and Chairman of NP Medical Inc.

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