Vendor Spotlight: Siemens

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By AHRA Staff

July 2012—Siemens and AHRA have developed a very robust relationship over the past several years. Siemens has continuously demonstrated their commitment to imaging management through their leadership and support of many AHRA initiatives, including financial support of AHRA’s Foundation Partnership Initiative (FPI), sponsorship of the AHRA Spring Conference and an annual symposium at the AHRA Annual Meeting. For the past five years, Siemens has served as a Platinum Circle Partner of the Foundation, contributing a total of $250,000 to support many of its vitally important initiatives and to enhance the efficacy of imaging and healthcare disciplines.

Through our partnership with Siemens, AHRA is able to provide world-class education to not only AHRA members, but also to imaging professionals worldwide.

“Siemens’ support of a multitude of AHRA and AHRA Education Foundation initiatives is an excellent testimonial to their dedication to continuing education in the imaging space. Siemens has been a long-time partner of AHRA and we are thankful for their continued support over the past few several years.  Their support is imperative as we continue to see the evolution of healthcare both domestically and world-wide.” states Ernie Cerdena, Chair of the AHRA Education Foundation.

“Siemens is proud to be a supporter of the AHRA and its Education Foundation in its efforts to secure financial support and develop programs, projects, and services designed to promote applied management education for imaging leaders,” says Aaron Hudy, senior vice president, North America, Siemens Healthcare

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