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E-Med executives leave PACS vendor

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Ongoing executive turmoil in the PACS industry has affected E-SystemsMedical Electronics. The San Antonio, TX, vendor has seen vicepresident of sales and marketing Larry Ware leave the company,as well as longtime executive David Salazar, who was

Ongoing executive turmoil in the PACS industry has affected E-SystemsMedical Electronics. The San Antonio, TX, vendor has seen vicepresident of sales and marketing Larry Ware leave the company,as well as longtime executive David Salazar, who was nationalsales manager. Ware was a former Siemens executive who joinedE-Med late last year, while Salazar was with the company in itsearlier incarnation, Image Data.
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