The maker of electrocardiographic mapping technology, a spin-out from Case Western Reserve University, appoints Bullock to role a month after a $7.5m funding round, as executive chairman Steve Arless leaves.

CardioInsight Technologies, a US-based healthcare company which spun off from Case Western Reserve University, has appointed Jim Bullock as its chairman.

The company raised $7.6m from undisclosed investors last month.

Bullock was chief executive of Atritech, an electrophysiology company bought by Boston Scientific in 2011, and Endocardial Solutions, a catheter-based cardiac mapping company bought by St. Jude Medical in 2005.

CardioInsight added Steve Arless would step down Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. The company added Charu Ramanathan, co-founder and chief…

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