Executive Watch

May 1, 1997

Executive WatchBob Brannon has joined CompuRad of Tucson as southeastern regional sales manager. Brannon will cover full-line sales in a territory ranging from Washington, DC, to Florida, as well as Department of Veterans Affairs and military

Executive Watch

Bob Brannon has joined CompuRad of Tucson as southeastern regional sales manager. Brannon will cover full-line sales in a territory ranging from Washington, DC, to Florida, as well as Department of Veterans Affairs and military accounts in the territory. Brannon joined CompuRad after five years in a similar position with Cemax-Icon and Icon Medical Systems.

Niceville, FL-based Emerald Archiving has tapped Brian Caukin as national sales manager. Caukin will represent the company's optical imaging services nationwide.

Samuel Dwyer, a professor in the department of radiology at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, has joined PACS consulting firm Image Management Consultants. Dwyer will handle vendor accounts for the Winter Park, FL, firm.

Mark Falkowski, previously with ultrasound vendor Perception, has joined Cemax-Icon of Fremont, CA, as executive director of service.

Cassling Diagnostic Imaging, an Omaha-based Cemax-Icon distributor, has hired Steve Hall to head up its PACS and teleradiology sales division.

Kodak has lured Marcelo Lima away from Hewlett-Packard's Medical Products Group to become general manager of worldwide hardcopy business and vice president of Kodak Health Imaging. Lima had managed new business development initiatives in imaging systems for HP.

Larry Mandel has been appointed director of marketing at ultrasound miniPACS developer ALI Technologies of Burnaby, British Columbia. Mandel had previously served as worldwide marketing communications manager for Siemens Ultrasound.

VTEL has added Joe Miller as a market development manager for its healthcare customer business unit, a newly created position at the Austin, TX, videoconferencing company. Miller will focus primarily on the military telemedicine market.

Raymond Tecotzky, formerly of Fuji Medical Systems, has joined Cemax-Icon as a technical sales and marketing specialist.

Former WorldCare president Mark Goldberg will be joining Parexel of Waltham, MA, a contract research organization involved in assisting pharmaceutical companies in conducting clinical trials. Goldberg anticipates using telemedicine technologies in his new role as Parexel's vice president for medical imaging service. He has also been tapped as president-elect of the American Telemedicine Association for 1997.

Olicon Imaging Systems of San Clemente, CA, has named Mike Callahan as northeastern image management consultant and Dave Mroski as southeastern image management consultant. Callahan previously served as an equipment sales representative for Picker International, covering the mid-Atlantic states, while Mroski comes to Olicon from Toshiba America Medical Systems.

E-Med of San Antonio, TX, has named company veterans Mark Bowman, Robert Lynch, and Manning Philips as systems sales managers for networked products. Bowman covers the western U.S., Lynch the east, and Philips the Midwest and New England. E-Med also hired former Image Data sales manager Mark Entrekin as systems sales manager for the southeastern U.S.

In other personnel moves, Greg Wallace has been named manager of the systems support group, while Steven Samanejo was hired as systems support engineer. Carolina Schwegler has been tapped as quality assurance and test manager.