Do you need help in planning for an MRI or perhaps need to replace one? We have complied a list of 10 blogs on MRIs that can assist you. You can choose the best articles to help you compare, decide and plan for an MRI.
Maybe it’s time for a new MRI for your department, imaging center or practice. Or you think it might be a good idea to look into buying a pre-owned MRI. Well, before you start….
What are today’s guidelines if you have to have an emergency shutdown or “quench” of your MRI magnet? The reality is, the guidelines have changed over the years, so it’s a good idea to review them for your existing MRI and certainly as you plan for a new facility for one.
NIBIB's 60 Seconds of Science explains what is happening in the body when it undergoes an MRI.
The income potential that an MRI offers can be seductive. But before you place an order for a new or refurbished MRI system, there are quite a few things to consider. Here’s a handy checklist that can guide you through what can be a complicated process.
Even before you decide which MRI you want, it’s important to understand what you need to consider before you install one. To that end, here are four things to keep in mind regarding MRI installation.
When we talk to people who are looking for an MRI for their hospital, clinic or practice, they always want more information about MRI coils—what they actually do, what types are available and which ones are right for the job.
If you’re planning an MRI for your practice, clinic, hospital or medical facility, brace yourself. Because once you’ve decided which MRI is right for you—be it new or pre-owned, a replacement of an existing unit or a totally new install—there are even more things you have to plan for!
If all the MRI blogs did not answer your questions, don’t worry. Norm Tessell our expert on MRIs is available to fill you in on anything else you need to know. Feel free to contact him at 212-366-9100 or email email@example.com
Because if you don’t have a strategic marketing plan in effect, you won’t get the most out of your purchase—or your equipment. If you want to maximize the impact (and profitability) of your new equipment, you have to let your suppliers (i.e. referring physicians) and your end users (patients) KNOW that you have what they need.
So you think you’re ready to buy medical imaging equipment. And maybe you are. But the reality is, many physicians, practitioners, clinic managers and medical administrators may THINK they’re ready to buy, but oftentimes, they haven’t even done the basic homework that will help them determine if they’re actually ready to buy.
If the 10 MRI Articles did not answer your questions, don't worry. Norm Tessell, FACHE our expert on MRIs is available to fill you in on anything else you need to know. Feel free to contact him at 212-366-9100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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