By AHRA Staff
For the third year in a row, the AHRA Education Foundation is proud to partner with EOS Imaging. At the beginning of 2017, EOS committed $30,000 as a President’s Circle Partner.
“I’m excited to join the EOS imaging team and am looking forward to furthering our partnership with AHRA,” said Mike Lobinsky, President, EOS Imaging, Inc. “EOS imaging has been a proud sponsor of AHRA for 3 years. The Annual Meeting, symposiums, local area meetings and newsletters provide us with a great way to reach our radiology customers and prospects. Though most people are aware of our low dose, full body, weight-bearing imaging system and the 3D models that we generate for diagnosis and 3D surgical planning; we are always bringing new solutions to the market. By partnering with AHRA, we are able to announce our latest innovations, like our EOS Radiolucent Chair, directly to our target audience.”
“In today’s environment, our imaging leaders on the front lines are constantly searching for ways to elevate our services and provide the best care possible for our patients. Through the Education Foundation’s partnership with EOS Imaging, our members receive quality education about innovative technologies available to help accomplish those goals. On behalf of the AHRA and EF Boards of Directors, we are grateful to EOS Imaging’s partnership for the last three years and look forward to continuing our relationship in the future.” – Angelic P. McDonald, MSRS, CRA, RT, FAHRA, 2017-2018 President of the AHRA Board of Directors.
About EOS Imaging:
EOS imaging designs, develops and markets EOS, an innovative medical imaging system dedicated to adult and pediatric orthopedics and osteoarticular pathologies. The EOS platform connects imaging to care by adding value along the entire patient care pathway from diagnosis to pre-surgical planning and post-operative control to follow-up. Low dose and Micro Dose EOS exams provide full body, stereo-radiographic images in weight-bearing or seated positions using the EOS radiolucent chair. The biplanar images are acquired simultaneously in less than 20 seconds without magnification. The accompanying sterEOS workstation generates patient-specific 3D models, calculates over 100 clinical parameters and offers customizable patient reports. EOS imaging also provides 3D surgical simulation and planning solutions for spine surgeries, total hip arthroplasty and total knee arthroplasty.