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Strauss moves to Access Radiology

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Strauss moves to Access RadiologyTeleradiology and miniPACS firm Access Radiology has signed on Fuji Medical Systems USA veteran John Strauss to fill a newly created position as vice president of marketing. Access vice president of sales and

Strauss moves to Access Radiology

Teleradiology and miniPACS firm Access Radiology has signed on Fuji Medical Systems USA veteran John Strauss to fill a newly created position as vice president of marketing. Access vice president of sales and marketing Dave Mahoney will now serve as vice president of sales for the Lexington, MA-based company.

Strauss, who was with Stamford, CT-based Fuji for the past eight years, has developed a reputation as one of computed radiography's most knowledgeable proponents. In his position as director of marketing for imaging and information networks, he oversaw Fuji's development of its Synapse PACS program, as well as its CR operations. His first day at Access was May 17.

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