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Edgerton leaves Kodak PACS business

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Ron Edgerton has stepped down from his position as general managerof Kodak's Medical Imaging Systems group, the Dallas businessunit that handles the company's efforts in PACS and digital imaging.Edgerton has been replaced by Richard Cimino, who

Ron Edgerton has stepped down from his position as general managerof Kodak's Medical Imaging Systems group, the Dallas businessunit that handles the company's efforts in PACS and digital imaging.Edgerton has been replaced by Richard Cimino, who previously wasgeneral manager of the U.S. northeast region for Kodak HealthImaging, the Dallas unit's parent in Rochester, NY.

Edgerton had replaced Catherine Burzik as head of the Dallasunit when he assumed the position last November. Edgerton previouslywas CFO of the Dallas business, and left the company for a jobin the financial services industry.

Edgerton is the second high-ranking executive to leave Kodak'sPACS effort in the past several months. Shridar Seshadri, responsiblefor strategic planning and archiving, left Kodak in August. Seshadri'sresponsibilities in the archiving sector have been assumed byLori Martin.

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