Kodak's Health Imaging reorganizes executive management

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Eastman Kodak Co.'s Health Imaging Group this week announced new responsibilities for several executives within the company's Health Imaging Group.
Mike Jackman, formerly Health Imaging's CTO, has become general manager of Healthcare Information Systems. Before joining Kodak, Jackman led highly successful teams in large, medium and start-up technology companies. While at IBM, he led the team that developed the IBM ThinkPad.
Jeff Markin, formerly general manager of Healthcare Information Systems, has become general manager, regional operations. Markin has been with Kodak for 24 years. Prior to joining Health Imaging, he served Kodak's Document Imaging business as VP of marketing, U.S. & Canada region.
Marco Bucci, formerly general manager of services for Health Imaging has become CTO. Bucci started his career as a researcher in the R&D laboratories of 3M. Most recently at Kodak, he commercialized services that support Health Imaging's product portfolio.
John Farrell, worldwide general manager, growth services has taken on the added role of acting general manager of services for Health Imaging. Prior to his current role, Farrell served as general manager of Heath Imaging's Digital Output organization.
Pam Benkert has taken on the role of general manager, specialty markets, while also retaining her current responsibilities as general manager of HI's Film Capture and Output Systems group. Benkert joined Health Imaging in 2002 as the mammography business segment manager.