News | November 26, 2007

Agfa Showcases Academy E-Learning Offering

November 27, 2007 - Agfa HealthCare launched two new product-related e-learning courses covering the company’s latest PACS solution IMPAX 6 and an introduction to IPlan, its leading hospital scheduling system, both providing interactive e-learning packages that allow training for users of Agfa HealthCare solutions a chosen pace.

The courses also serve as an interactive online reference tool for future use, to support ongoing education. The IMPAX 6 fully animated e-learning course introduces the general concepts and various functionalities of IMPAX 6, Agfa HealthCare's application for imaging based planning, interpretation and results distribution. It is suitable for all healthcare professionals who are enterprise users, or users of a previous IMPAX version who have recently migrated to IMPAX 6. It is also used as an introductory training for all advanced users of IMPAX 6, such as radiologists.

The fully animated interactive IPlan e-learning course will help users to get started with the IPlan scheduling solution, which allows hospital staff and referring physicians to make and view appointments. It covers all the main areas of the solution, as well as its associated general functionalities.

For more information: www.agfa.com

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