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Jason Scott is the director of imaging services/
cardiodiagnostics for Witham Health Services
in Lebanon, IN. He has an associate’s degree in
radiography and a bachelor’s degree in medical
imaging technology, both from Indiana University.
He also holds an MBA in healthcare management
from Indiana Wesleyan University. Jason may be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.