News | May 11, 2008

New Program Offers Training for Hardware, Software Solutions

May 12, 2008 – Viztek created a complete user training series in Jacksonville, FL, for its Opal-RAD line of PACS and RIS solutions as well as for Viztek-distributed Kodak Point of Care (POC) Computed Radiography (CR) units to instruct users on all aspects of the software and hardware, including technical, administrative and radiology-related features.

The training sessions are valuable to new customers, new users at existing facilities and Viztek dealers. This hands-on training course provides a detailed education on CR hardware operation as well as on Viztek’s Acquire software distributed with the device. The Viztek training offers help with CR troubleshooting, in addition to instructions on all features and functions of the Acquire software.

The Opal-RAD software training includes a comprehensive tutorial on all PACS features to maximize the benefits of the advanced Web-based application. The goal of the course is to provide a thorough working knowledge of Opal-RAD PACS and its sophisticated tool-sets to help facilities ensure the best imaging results and most efficient workflow. Additionally, the training covers all aspects of software administrator rights.

In-depth knowledge of the POC CR and Opal-RAD PACS and RIS may enhance system performance and reduce the need for customer support, while boosting efficiency and productivity. A series of courses will be offered throughout the year to accommodate a range of attendees.

For more information: www.viztek.net

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