The latest presentation from the TechNation Webinar Wednesday Series, sponsored by Universal Medical, was “excellent.”
“An excellent balance of well-organized and delivered prepared comments covering range of issues in maintaining nuclear medicine system with panel of in-house experts at Universal Medical that offered excellent responses to questions,” attendee Rob D. wrote in his post-webinar survey.
“Nuclear Medicine Service: A Guide for Selecting the Right Service for Your Facility” also offered attendees the opportunity to earn 1 CE credit from the ACI.
Craig Snodgrass, National Service Manager at Universal Medical, did an outstanding job providing information to attendees. He discussed choosing an independent service provider, selecting the ideal type of service contract, best practices one should be performing, and using fully reconditioned parts versus “as is” used parts. The webinar concluded with a Q&A session.
Rob D. wasn’t the only person who thought the webinar was “excellent.”
“If Siskel & Ebert were still alive, they would both give Webinar Wednesdays two thumbs up,” Michael N. wrote.
“Webinar Wednesdays are really informative, the best and easiest way for continuing education and always an eye opener,” Ouafa A. wrote in his survey.
“Thank you TechNation! Webinar Wednesdays allow my team to keep abreast of trends in the HTM field and learn about service alternatives to our equipment needs,” Paul G. wrote.
“TechNation has become my number one source for on-the-job education,” Tim B. said.
“I find the Webinar Wednesday to be full of vital information. The variety of topics that they cover should keep everyone looking at what is being offered next,” Joe D. wrote.
For details about the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series, including a schedule of upcoming presentations and recordings of previous sessions, visit 1TechNation.com/webinars.
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