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Hello and thank you for taking the time to learn a little about me.  I am currently a partner at Managed Medical Imaging, LLC, a Florida-based medical imaging equipment service company. We sell and service digital X-ray (CR & DR), C-Arms, Digital Mammo, CT Scanners, Bone Densitometers and other medical imaging equipment. We service all of Florida and Georgia and parts of the Caribbean including Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Haiti.

Throughout my career, I have been a key contributor to accelerating business growth by identifying new business opportunities, developing and managing key client accounts, and aligning products and services with strategic markets. I pride myself on delivering top performance in sales, marketing and business development.

I spent 10 years in the Air Force. When I left the Air Force, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia and worked with several companies (SpeedFactory, MBS, RMS McGladrey, Datalex) in a Web development/IT Consulting capacity. My Web development skills include HTML, ASP, .NET, DHTML, JavaScript and Flash. While at Datalex, I started Webulant. Within 2 years, it had grown large enough for me to go out on my own. I’ve been self-employed ever since.

I ran Webulant as an independent consulting company for 4 years before starting up Managed Medical Imaging with some business partners. I manage sales, marketing and business growth.

I have been formally trained on the GE CT (QXI, Lightspeed and VCT). I have extensive knowledge about the medical imaging industry and consult with many companies seeking to improve efficiencies or to select medical imaging equipment that meets their needs and their budgets. I am experienced with Healthcare I.T. selection and implementation in a variety of areas.

I have a broad range of sales and marketing experience with a large variety of medical imaging modalities to inclide Digital Radiography, CT, MR, DXA and nuclear imaging.I am also experienced with business development and management in the IT sector.

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