The most recent Webinar Wednesday session, sponsored by Philips, featured four ultrasound experts sharing tips on how to streamline work via remote access. Those who attended the webinar “Learn How To Streamline Your Support Workflow With Remote Access To Your Philips Ultrasound Systems” are eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
The 60-minute webinar’s panel of Philips experts included Stone Dupree, Ultrasound Technical Trainer and Developer; Mark Potts, Senior Service Product Manager, Ultrasound; Terri Richardson, Senior Global Product Manager; and Jim Moran, North America Service Product Manager, Ultrasound. The team showed how HTM professionals can set up the Philips OmniSphere software and connect EPIQ and Affiniti ultrasound products to the Remote Technical Connect application (a part of the OmniSphere suite of applications). OmniSphere is a software-only platform that allows professionals to access and remotely control Philips ultrasound systems and their data from anywhere they have a connection to the network. The presentation delivered tips on how to save time and money servicing and supporting equipment.
The webinar was well attended with 127 people viewing the live presentation. A recording of the webinar is available online and already HTM professionals from around the world have access to the insights provided by the Philips experts.
Webinar attendees were asked “How would you describe Webinar Wednesday to your colleagues?” in a post-webinar survey. The replies were positive with many commenting on the educational aspect of the series.
“A good tool for continuing education. A good resource to gain knowledge,” said T. Ryan, CBET.
“Useful and educational, even when the subject is not directly related to your job function/responsibility, it is helpful for a well rounded knowledge base,” shared S. Sirois, BMET III.
“Excellent use of one hour. Learn and get credit towards recertification,” said S. Rivera, Senior BMET.
“A great place to learn about new products and gain insight on the direction of our field. It is also a great way to learn and to gain back some knowledge that you may have forgotten or just haven’t done in a long time,” Senior Biomedical Technician G. Haungs said.
“The best way to stay current on new medical equipment, new tools to test that equipment and a ton of information to help you sharpen your HTM skills,” said R. Marek, Imaging Specialist III.
“Webinar Wednesday is a genuine source of up-to-date information,” Senior Biomedical Engineer N. Ramaswamy said.
“Webinar Wednesday is a great way to learn about devices we might not see on a regular basis as well as refresher learning about those devices we do see and work with on a regular basis,” said D. Duck, Senior BMET.
“Webinar Wednesdays are a great opportunity to learn procedures, processes and new products that can make your job easier. And, best of all, you can do it at work. It has been a great resource,” Instructor M. Kalis said.
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