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Ron Chabot talks about his new job at ETIAM Corp.

by Loren Bonner, DOTmed News Online Editor | April 10, 2013
Ron Chabot
ETIAM Corp., a medical image connectivity company, announced the appointment of Ron Chabot as vice president of business development. He spoke with DOTmed News about his new job.

DMN: What's your background?
RC: 20 years of medical device and health care communications experience having served as worldwide director of sales and marketing for Radionics/Tyco Healthcare, general manager and marketing director for Integra Neurosciences, and president and COO for Mizuho America.

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DMN: How long have you been working in the industry?
RC: 20 years of experience in health care.

DMN: What are your areas of interest?
RC: My main area of focus with ETIAM will be working directly with physicians and building a distribution channel to accelerate the adoption of ETIAM Connect, the company's Image Exchange Solution. I also specialize in commercialization and new product/service launch, sales and distributor management and strategic market planning.

DMN: What are your goals as vice president of business development for ETIAM?
RC: To continue our expansion and the advancement of patient care by providing high quality medical networking solutions to physicians and their patients in the U.S.

DMN: What excites you most about the industry these days?
RC: The advancement of patient care through the benefits associated with electronically sharing medical images -- namely giving patients control over their own medical information, enabling them to receive same day second medical opinions, reducing the number of scans taken, and additional harmful radiation exposure.

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