The highly popular TechNation Webinar Wednesday series continues to provide expert insights in 2016.
The most recent webinar, “Staving Off End of Life: Tips and tricks for maintaining your SPECT system,” presented by Craig Diener reviewed avenues to protect nuclear medicine imaging systems. He shared effective ways to troubleshoot common SPECT system issues. He also addressed common part failures for four different cameras, as well as the benefits of utilizing qualified reconditioned parts.
Diener, senior product manager at Universal Medical Resources Inc., shared knowledge he has acquired during his more than two decades working in nuclear medicine, including 19 years working with an OEM in multiple capacities.
The webinar, sponsored by Universal Medical Resources Inc. (UMRi), included a Q&A session hosted by Universal’s Panel of Experts (Mike Hill, Kevin Borr and Chad Watson) that resulted in thoughtful and insightful answers to attendees’ questions.
About 100 people attended the webinar with two winning special prizes. Randall Antonucci of St. Elizabeth Hospital in Ohio won a TechNation Tour T-shirt during the live presentation. Daniel Todd of Archbold Medical Center in Georgia won lunch for his department.
Attendees gave Diener great reviews with a 4.0 rating on a scale of 5, with 5 being the best possible score. They also had positive things to say about the Webinar Wednesday series.
“Wednesdays have moved from Hump Day to Tech Day here and I look forward to the information from the webinars to provide better service for my customer,” Daniel T. wrote in his post-webinar survey.
“TechNation webinars provide me with great insight to my current workload and also to work that other technicians are doing at the hospital,” William W. shared.
“This topic is very interesting and it can give ideas and techniques on how to operate a proper procedure and function. It was beneficial for me to attend this webinar,” Lito C. wrote.
For more information about TechNation’s Webinar Wednesday series, visit 1TechNation.com/Webinars.
Upcoming webinars include a special presentation on the FDA docket that is open for comments concerning the service, maintenance, refurbishment, and alteration of medical devices, by third-party entities, as well as challenges third-party entities face in maintaining or restoring devices to their original or current specifications. This special webinar will be presented by an expert panel and is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 31. Register today at https://1technation.com/registration-special-fda-webinar-medical-equipment-sales-service-industry/.
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