Imaging Webinars Remain Popular
“Innovations in Ultrasound System Diagnostics” is the latest popular webinar that deals with the diagnostic imaging portion of HTM. The webinar, which was sponsored by Summit Imaging, was eligible for 1 CE credit from the ACI.
Summit Imaging Manager of Global Education and Training Kyle Grozelle discussed new and emerging tools and skills to troubleshoot and diagnose equipment in-house effectively. He explained how this approach to servicing and maintaining ultrasound equipment allows for a lower cost and reduced downtime. He showed how to use tools available in any biomed shop along with the knowledge of technicians to examine common symptoms and errors. Grozelle also discussed the installation of common parts that sometimes require additional steps and configuration to restore a system to working order.
He also set aside time to answer questions posted by webinar attendees.
At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees had gained knowledge and skills that enables them to diagnose a wide variety of ultrasound equipment as well as the resources to repair a system to full functionality.
More than 400 people registered for the presentation as the TechNation Webinar Series continues to grow. The webinar was also one of the most highly rated sessions with a rating of 4.2 on a 5-point scale with 5 being the best possible score.
Attendees had the opportunity to share their thoughts about the webinar via a post-webinar survey and they were not shy about how much they benefit from the presentations.
“I’ve attended several webinars over the years and they offer such a convenience in the material. Some are good, some great and some are simply fantastic,” Lee W. said. “This webinar would fall under fantastic and it grabbed my interest enough to send an email to my boss inquiring about the hosted product.”
“Great webinar on further in-house and third-party ultrasound service, that is not dependent on the OEM,” Robert M. wrote.
“This was a great webinar for me as a biomed who is very new to the ultrasound field. I am also happy to hear that Summit Imaging has such great support for us biomeds. Nice to find another company to call when we have equipment down. I am passing on their info to all my other co-workers,” Stephanie S. said.
“Webinar Wednesday is an excellent way for me to stay abreast of technologies in areas of health care that I don’t normally work. As a small ISO, it is very difficult to participate in traditional training seminars and accrue points necessary to maintain my certification. Webinar Wednesday is also an invaluable resource in this regard,” Jonathan C. wrote.
“Webinar Wednesdays are a great resource for today’s HTM teams. Content that is usually only available at industry trade shows is now always available. Viewing the webinar is extremely easy and user friendly. Accessing previous topics is easy via the TechNation website,” Ted L. said.
To find out more about the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series, including the calendar of upcoming webinars and an archive of previous presentations, visit 1TechNation.com/webinars.
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