[caption id="attachment_3309" align="alignleft" width="101"] Beth Schrack,RadForensics[/caption] Editor's Note: Last month,  our post exploring  Forensic Imaging received lots of interest.  Beth Schrack, a technologist with a passion for advancing the field, answers reader questions about opportunities in the growing industry.  Q. How did you get interested in forensics? In 2004,

[caption id="attachment_3283" align="alignleft" width="144"] Wim Op de Beeck, Major Accounts Manager, Carestream Belgium[/caption] A complete change in imaging strategy for a teaching and research hospital with nearly 800 beds and 200,000 radiology patients a year is no small feat. For the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel (UZ Brussel) Hospital,

[caption id="attachment_3920" align="alignleft" width="112"] Don Thompson, Digital Capture Solutions, Marketing Manager, Carestream U.S. & Canada[/caption] At last year’s annual meeting of the Association for Medical Imaging Management, radiology administrators had an opportunity to view a quick presentation and provide feedback on Carestream’s prototype DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray

[caption id="attachment_745" align="alignleft" width="161"] Anne Richards, Clinical Development Manager, Women’s Healthcare, Carestream[/caption] One of the most common questions I receive for my “Ask Anne” feature here on Everything Rad is, “How will I need to adapt my positioning techniques when I move from analog imaging to

[caption id="attachment_2953" align="alignleft" width="142"] Glen Nicholson, Medical Sales, Carestream Canada[/caption] At the beginning of the year I posed an interesting question to Cheryl Malcolmson, RT (R), Manager, Diagnostic Imaging, Hamilton General Hospital, Hamilton, Canada: “Can I interest you in a test drive?” No, I wasn’t selling her a

[caption id="attachment_2657" align="alignleft" width="97"] Helen Titus, Marketing Director, Digital Capture Solutions, Carestream[/caption] It’s an exciting and challenging time to be in the medical profession. Change is happening fast. New treatments.  Competing reform priorities. Evolving technologies. Yet, a patient’s hopes, fears, and need for expert care remain constant—as