dental and medical imaging
Mr. Hobert, formerly, served as President of Eastman Kodak Company's Health Group and as a Kodak Senior Vice President, a position he had held since February 2005.
Prior to that, Mr. Hobert was General Manager, Digital Capture Systems and vice president of Kodak's Health Group. He drove significant process and product improvements that delivered revenue growth and improved margins. Under his leadership, the computed radiography business achieved the number two position worldwide, a digital radiography business was established and breast cancer computer aided detection, Kodak's first FDA PMA product, was introduced to the market. Mr. Hobert joined Kodak in 2002 from General Electric Medical Systems (GEMS), a division of General Electric Co., with 11 years' experience in the medical imaging market. At GE he was responsible for leading GEMS' global business comprised of digital, analog and mobile radiography market segments and remote, classical and multipurpose fluoroscopy market segments. Mr. Hobert holds a B.S. in physics from the University of Wisconsin.