News | Radiology Education | October 14, 2020

New Information Show Series Carestream Talks

Carestream is launching a new talk show leading into RSNA20 on October 28

Carestream Health will offer insights on technology, innovative new products and research in medical imaging through a new webinar series titled Carestream Talks. #RSNA20

October 14, 2020 — Carestream Health will offer insights on technology, innovative new products and research in medical imaging through a new webinar series titled Carestream Talks. The series will launch Oct. 28 with a segment on Bedside Imaging: An X-ray Room at Your Patient’s Bedside.

Carestream Talks is a series of 15-20-minute episodes hosted in a “Talk Show” format where Carestream experts and executives discuss a wide range of interesting topics including advances in clinical technology to how innovation is contributing to improve bedside and pediatric imaging. The episodes will be pre-recorded and then broadcast as webinars that will include live Q&A with the company’s participants.

This new series will feature conversations on how Carestream technologies meet customer needs and help solve key challenges across diverse imaging environments. From product ideas to product design, these sessions will examine the critical role of innovation in improving productivity in healthcare to benefit both patients and providers.

You can view the full lineup of Carestream Talks here.

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