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Form 8-K for DIGIRAD CORP


5-Jun-2013

Change in Directors or Principal Officers


Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Principal Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.

On June 4, 2013, the Board of Directors (the "Board"), of Digirad Corporation, (the "Company"), approved the salaries and bonuses to be paid to the Company's executive officers for the 2013 fiscal year and adopted the Company's 2013 Executive Incentive Bonus Plan for the 2013 fiscal year (the "2013 Executive Incentive Plan"), after such matters were approved and recommended by the Board's compensation committee.

Base Salary

As part of the adoption of the 2013 Executive Incentive Plan, the compensation
committee decided to not increase the salaries of any of Company's executive
officers from their previously reported levels. The 2013 salaries of the
Company's named executive officers are as follows:

                    2013 Base Salary

Todd P. Clyde      $         335,000
Matthew G. Molchan $         275,000
Jeffry R. Keyes    $         235,000
Virgil J. Lott     $         235,000

Cash Bonus

Cash bonus payouts for our named executive officers pursuant to the 2013
Executive Incentive Plan will be based on a percentage of base salary and
payable based on the following payment targets:

                    Cash Target Bonus     Target % of Salary

Matthew G. Molchan $           165,000              60 %
Jeffry R. Keyes    $            94,000              40 %
Virgil J. Lott     $            94,000              40 %

For each of Messrs. Molchan, Keyes and Lott, the 2013 Executive Incentive Plan will be based 75% on achievement of a 2013 consolidated Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization measure ("EBITDA"), and 25% on the achievement of personal management objectives, as determined by the Board, which include certain targets related to the Company's strategic objectives. In order to be eligible for a minimum of 35% of the target bonus payout under the Executive Incentive Plan, minimum thresholds of 90% of a consolidated revenue objective, 95% of a consolidated EBITDA objective, and 90% of a consolidated free cash flow objective must be achieved. Each Executive is able to earn up to 150% of their target bonus based on achievement of a consolidated EBITDA measure, with EBITDA and associated cash bonus paid on a linear basis between 95% of consolidated EBITDA and 187% of consolidated EBITDA.

For each of Messrs. Molchan, Keyes and Lott, the minimum free cash flow target may not be achieved as a result of under-spending the budgeted capital expenditures, but can be missed as a result of overspending budgeted capital expenditures. The actual bonuses payable (if any) for the achievement of such objectives will be determined by the compensation committee, and will be payable upon the completion of the financial audit of the consolidated financial statements, but in any event not later than March 15, 2014, subject to each such named executive officer's employment through the date of payment.

Pursuant to the executive employment agreement, as amended, dated as of March 8, 2013, entered into by and between the Company and Mr. Clyde, a copy of which is filed with the Current Report 8-K/A on March 13, 2013 as exhibit 10.1, Mr. Clyde was eligible to receive a performance bonus conditioned upon achievement of certain corporate performance milestones as well as personal performance milestones.


Equity Grants

As part of the adoption of the 2013 Executive Incentive Plan, the compensation committee decided that, as part of a long-term retention mechanism and to incentivize the named executives to increase the value of the Company to the shareholders, the following stock option grants would be awarded. For each stock option grant, 25% of options subject to grant will vest 12 months after the grant date, with the remaining options vesting in equal monthly installments over the remaining 36 month term. The stock options will have a life of 7 years from the grant date.

                   Stock Option Grant (units)

Matthew G. Molchan                     80,000
Jeffry R. Keyes                        40,000
Virgil J. Lott                         40,000


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