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Access Radiology adds to management

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Access Radiology adds to management Teleradiology firm Access Radiology has hired two new vice presidents. The Lexington, MA-based company has tapped David Mahoney as vice president of sales. Mahoney comes to Access from GE Medical Systems,

Access Radiology adds to management

Teleradiology firm Access Radiology has hired two new vice presidents. The Lexington, MA-based company has tapped David Mahoney as vice president of sales. Mahoney comes to Access from GE Medical Systems, where he served as sales manager for the Americas in the multimodality vendor's Mt. Prospect, IL-based Integrated Imaging Solutions group. Previously vice president of sales for Lockheed Martin Medical Imaging Systems, Mahoney has also worked at Advanced Video Products. Mahoney will report to Access president and CEO Scott Sheldon.

The firm has also named ISG Technologies veteran Jonathan Go vice president of engineering. Go, who last served as director of engineering for ISG's viewing station and PACS group, will report to vice president of technology and chief technology officer Howard Pinsky.

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