Todd Stottlemyer Joins CNSI as CEO

Todd Stottlemyer

Todd Stottlemyer, a former executive at Inova Health System, has been named CEO of health information technology firm CNSI.

Alex Nivelle, a principal at A&M Capital, said in a statement published Wednesday Stottlemyer’s appointment comes as CNSI aims to advance innovation and growth efforts.

A&M Capital acquired a controlling interest in CNSI in April.

Stottlemyer held CEO roles at the Inova Center for Personalized Health, Acentia and Apogen Technologies.

He previously served as chief financial officer of BTG, president of McGuireWoods Consulting and as a senior executive team member of BDM International.

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