REDONDO BEACH, Calif., Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Radlink, Inc., a supplier of affordable medical imaging systems to healthcare providers, today announced the appointment of Luke Huang as president of the company. Huang will report to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Hacking. Richard Gerlach, who founded the company and most recently served as president will assume the title of Founder and Distinguished Scientist and will continue to remain active on the board of directors.
"We're grateful for Dick's contributions to Radlink and we are thrilled he will remain active with the company and also stay on the board as a director," says Tom Hacking, chairman and chief executive officer. "Dick is so impressed with Luke that he suggested that we name him president. Luke will have big shoes to fill, but he's the right combination of engineer and business person to help the company grow. We are lucky to have him and we know his contributions to Radlink will continue to be extensive."
With nearly two decades in system and software product development, Huang most recently worked at Radlink as an executive engineer and has been instrumental in the maturation of Radlink's CR Pro(TM) imaging system and the conception and development of the company's Pro Imaging(TM) products and integrated solutions.
Previously, Huang has worked and consulted on a variety of innovative medical and non-medical products for a wide range of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies including UCLA Hospital, DirecTV, Canon, Washington Mutual, Procom, Starwood, Toshiba, Safeco and Starz.
He also has extensively worked and consulted in the medical imaging and biomedical informatics industries, helping to implement and manage total solutions for PACS and genetic data mining and analysis. Huang also has developed innovative DICOM storage appliance products serving in both managerial and engineering roles as manager and software and systems architect.
Huang holds a B.S. degree in Physics from Lanzhou University and a M.S. degree in Physics from Case Western Reserve University.
Radlink is a Redondo Beach-based company that provides a wide range of medical film-to-digital image conversion, storage and delivery services to healthcare providers. The company markets its products and services to customers involved in medical film diagnostics worldwide, including radiology groups, physicians, diagnostic imaging centers, hospitals and health clinics. For more information, please go to www.eradlink.com.
CONTACT: Amy Goldsmith, +1-310-440-0646, or Daryn Teague, +1-661-297-5292,both of GK Communications, for Radlink, Inc.