Throughout the years, I have learn many different secrets working in the medical imaging field. Some of obvious things people can figure out and some are tricky things that people would never guess. And there are kinds of things that people, especially those who buy from us should know but don’t. As I travel places to places and meet people, I realized that so many doctors and buyers are misguided with narrow pool of information and was never asking the ‘RIGHT QUESTION’.
So I decided to spill the beans. After debates and long years…. (yes years!) of research, I came to a conclusion that writing these info on a blog would be the best way to keep it private and only let ‘selected ones’ learn of this secret. If you’re one of those selected ones who clicked on the right link, welcome. My first series is ‘Ask before you buy’ will cover questions you should be asking when purchasing any X-ray units, especially a C-Arm since that’s my specialty. And there will always be more things to come.
I am a passionate sales and marketing specialist committed to serving the medical field with training, education, and technologies that empower doctors to provide patients with the highest level of care and insight into their health. Beginning my career in pharmacy school, I have gained over a decade of experience in the medical industry and now specialize in diagnostic imaging equipment.
When I’m not closing the deals, I can often be found getting involved in healthcare marketing for my clients. I’m a self-taught web-developer and graphic designer who loves creating marketing collateral in Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, PHP and building eye-catching, action-driving websites from scratch. I also have experience with web server management and computer software and hardware repair, as well as diagnostic and troubleshooting for all computer-related problems.
I’m a very motivated and confident individual who thrives best in an organization and have the project management skills to build and setup a new system or even a new organization from the ground up.
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