Centinel Spine founder leaves to grow other business; Steven Murray named CEO

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Centinel Spine has a new CEO in Steven Murray, who joined the company March 16.

What you should know:

1. Former CEO John Viscogliosi stepped down from the company to focus on his other company, Viscogliosi Brothers, which focuses on the neuromusculoskeletal segment of healthcare.

2. Mr. Viscogliosi founded Centinel over a decade ago. On his tenure, he said: "I am proud of the more than 200,000 patients who have been helped by our various technology platforms. The foundation has been laid for continued success and Steven is the right leader to take the company forward."

3. Mr. Murray comes to Centinel after a tenure as the president of advanced sterilization products at Johnson & Johnson. He has more than 25 years of experience in orthopedics and 20 years of experience in an executive role.

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