How to get the maximum return from training on your medical imaging equipment. When radiology departments invest in new medical imaging equipment, they want to get the maximum return on their investment. The most effective path for your radiographers to become proficient on your equipment -

[caption id="attachment_3478" align="alignright" width="137"] Xiaohui Wang, Ph.D., Senior Research AssociateClinical Applications Research, Carestream[/caption] Grid usage in portable radiography is often sporadic and inconsistent. This causes greater variability in image quality, and a greater number of radiographs of poorer quality than those captured in the radiology department

[caption id="attachment_3356" align="alignleft" width="152"] Sherri Ford, RT(R)(M)(BD)[/caption] Editor's Note: Sherri Ford is a Mammography Technologist at Premier Imaging in High Point, NC.  She has her A.A.S. degree in Radiological Technology and a B.S. in Health Administration.  She has over 19 years experience in the mammography field

[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