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Ridley tapped as SCAN editor

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Erik Ridley has been promoted to editor of Diagnostic Imaging SCAN. A longtime contributor to SCAN, Ridley has been editor of SCAN’s sister publication, PACS & Networking News, since May 1997. Prior to that, he served

Erik Ridley has been promoted to editor of Diagnostic Imaging SCAN. A longtime contributor to SCAN, Ridley has been editor of SCAN’s sister publication, PACS & Networking News, since May 1997. Prior to that, he served as editor of Diagnostic Ultrasound Industry Report and as a staff writer on Diagnostic Imaging magazine. He has also prepared market research reports on the PACS industry. Ridley can be reached by phone (415/905-2282), by fax (415/905-2235), or via e-mail (eridley@mfi.com). He replaces Brian Casey, who has joined Aunt Minnie.com, a radiology Internet portal unit recently launched by Lumisys.

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