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Franklin & Seidelmann Adds Richard Dyke to Senior Management Team as Senior VP, Sales/Marketing
Date:11/13/2008

CLEVELAND, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S) has added additional depth to its senior management team with the appointment of Richard Dyke as senior vice president, sales and marketing. In this new position, Dyke will be responsible for new client acquisition strategies, including direct sales activities and new business development through industry partner channels, strategic marketing, brand development and communications. Dyke brings more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and business leadership.

Prior to joining F&S, Dyke spent 15 years in sales and sales management at EMC Corporation, where he drove more than $500 million in annual sales as EMC's Western Regional Vice President. Dyke also has held positions with Storage Networks, Inc. as a director of sales, and with Stentor, Inc. as vice president of sales. Stentor later was acquired by Philips Healthcare Informatics; Dyke was appointed global vice president of sales, Healthcare Informatics at Philips, where he was responsible for worldwide sales of the integrated product lines that included Stentor PACS and Philips Cardiology.

"Rich's proven track record in building revenue for some of healthcare's largest entities will be invaluable as we grow our client base and expand to new markets and service offerings," said CEO and President Scott Seidelmann.

Dyke, a resident of San Francisco, CA, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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About Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S)

Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S) is a leading, national full-service teleradiology provider offering high quality final subspecialty and nighttime/ED reports. F&S provides clinically specific, detailed reports and consultative services that enable clients to improve referring physician satisfaction and increase referrals and revenue while optimizing radiologist staffing costs. The F&S team of more than 100 radiologists, who combined are licensed in 50 states, includes: board certified, musculoskeletal, neuroradiology, body, cardiac, nighttime/ED and breast MR specialists with advanced modality training. F&S utilizes a sophisticated teleradiology platform to distribute images and reports. Founded in 2001 by pioneer subspecialty teleradiologists, F&S is located in Cleveland, OH, with more than 250 clients and 100 employees. Visit http://www.franklin-seidelmann.com or call 866-4FSRADS.

Contact: Christine Boehm, VP of Marketing

Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology

Phone: 216-255-5712

christine.boehm@fs-rad.com


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