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Hologic hires Infimed’s Greenway

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Bone densitometry firm Hologic found a vice president of business development last month when it named William Greenway to the post. Greenway, formerly president and CEO of image management company InfiMed, will be responsible for the Bedford, MA,

Bone densitometry firm Hologic found a vice president of business development last month when it named William Greenway to the post. Greenway, formerly president and CEO of image management company InfiMed, will be responsible for the Bedford, MA, company’s Direct Radiography technology, which it acquired last month from Sterling Diagnostic Imaging (SCAN 6/23/99).

Liverpool, NY-based InfiMed appointed William Yaeger as Greenway’s replacement. For the past two years, Yaeger has served as InfiMed’s senior vice president of operations, and oversaw the development of the company’s GoldOne Series of CCD digital x-ray acquisition systems.

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