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Cassling Diagnostic makes management moves

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Medical imaging equipment refurbisher Cassling Diagnostic Imaging shifted its management structure this month when it appointed three new executives to posts within its organization and that of its subsidiary, Integrated Equipment Solutions. The Omaha,

Medical imaging equipment refurbisher Cassling Diagnostic Imaging shifted its management structure this month when it appointed three new executives to posts within its organization and that of its subsidiary, Integrated Equipment Solutions. The Omaha, NE, firm named Merl Dunham technical director of its imaging information and integration division. Dunham will manage CDI’s integration lab and personnel and will provide technical support and integration coordination. He will report to Marty Huebner, vice president of service. CDI also appointed Randy Wobig to the post of clinical network specialist. Wobig will oversee CDI’s networking department. Finally, CDI’s subsidiary, Integrated Equipment Solutions, named Dale Ray vice president of sales and marketing. Ray has served as field manager for Philips Medical, vice president of sales and marketing for Fischer Imaging, and has held various management positions with Marconi Medical Systems. He will report to Gary Nie, vice president of integrated services, and will develop the company’s worldwide sales force.

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