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HEALTH CARE

EDAP has named Noah Bartsch vice president of global medical, regulatory and quality affairs. He will be based in Austin.

INSURANCE

UnitedHealthcare has named Aaron Daniels vice president of key accounts for Central Texas

TECHNOLOGY

RealMassive has named Patrick Lashinsky chief executive officer.

Xplore Technologies has named John Graff vice president of marketing.



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