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AccuImage names new CEO

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Robert Taylor has been appointed CEO of AccuImage, a South San Francisco, CA-based developer of 3-D and 4-D post-processing and connectivity software for PACS and other medical imaging applications. Taylor, previously COO of AccuImage, replaces Allen

Robert Taylor has been appointed CEO of AccuImage, a South San Francisco, CA-based developer of 3-D and 4-D post-processing and connectivity software for PACS and other medical imaging applications. Taylor, previously COO of AccuImage, replaces Allen Poirson, who resigned from the company.

AccuImage expects Taylor’s appointment to help expedite AccuImage’s current product development efforts, which include AccuView, a 3-D workstation, and eStation 3D, a Web-based workstation for PACS and teleradiology. Taylor will be responsible for moving AccuView into the marketplace and overseeing final development of eStation 3D, according to Douglas Boyd, chairman of AccuImage. Both products incorporate AccuImage’s proprietary software platform, which provides review and analysis tools for CT, MR, and ultrasound imaging and enables the transfer of medical images across the Internet and hospital intranets.

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