Medical Informatics Engineering, a vendor of ambulatory EHR software, as well as RIS/PACS for inpatient and ambulatory sites, has named Bruce Lisanti as CEO.

Medical Informatics Engineering is a regional vendor serving 1,500 physicians in more than 100 practices, with ambitions to expand nationally. Lisanti succeeds company founder Doug Homer, who remains chair and chief technology officer at the Fort Wayne, Ind.-based vendor.

Lisanti in recent years has held senior positions in start-up firms. He was CEO and president at MicroPlanet, a vendor of energy conservation software; executive vice president of Rental Service Corp.; and senior vice president of Petroleum Information Corp., a software vendor serving the energy, utility and environmental services sectors.

Lisanti previously served as a vice president at General Electric, overseeing systems integration and facilities management services to Fortune 1000 companies; and general manager of the business systems division of Electronic Data Systems, leading it from start-up to profitability in 18 months.

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