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Bayer's Mason joins GE service effort

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Former Agfa technical imaging chief Caren Mason has left a newposition at Agfa's parent company Bayer for a job in the serviceorganization of GE Medical Systems. Mason had been in the Bayerposition for only a matter of weeks before she accepted the

Former Agfa technical imaging chief Caren Mason has left a newposition at Agfa's parent company Bayer for a job in the serviceorganization of GE Medical Systems. Mason had been in the Bayerposition for only a matter of weeks before she accepted the jobwith the Milwaukee company.

Mason had led Agfa's Ridgefield Park, NJ, technical imaging divisionsince 1994, overseeing the unit's development into one of theindustry's most successful suppliers of PACS equipment. She waspromoted last month to a new position at Bayer as senior vicepresident of Bayer Corporate Healthcare (SCAN 6/19/96).

At GE, Mason has been named general manager of the southeasternservice zone and will be based in Atlanta, according to Tom Dunham,vice president and general manager of GE's service division.

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