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E-Med taps new president and CEO

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Raytheon E-Systems Medical Electronics (E-Med) has named RonaldFord as president and CEO of the San Antonio, TX, teleradiologycompany. Ford replaces James Karlak, who left E-Med in a restructuringin July (SCAN 7/17/96).Ford previously was director of

Raytheon E-Systems Medical Electronics (E-Med) has named RonaldFord as president and CEO of the San Antonio, TX, teleradiologycompany. Ford replaces James Karlak, who left E-Med in a restructuringin July (SCAN 7/17/96).

Ford previously was director of product assurance at the Garland,TX, division of Raytheon E-Systems, where he led the developmentand production of large-scale signal-processing systems. The Garlandunit took over R&D responsibilities for E-Med's PACSPro/DXproduct line as part of the July restructuring, leaving E-Medto concentrate on teleradiology and miniPACS components.

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