22 Vscan View: The Magazine of Vscan
Want to Learn More About Vscan?
Your Destination is the Vscan Web Portal
Whether you own it and have questions, or want to add it to
your practice, virtually everything you want to learn about
Vscan – and more – is only a click away at the Vscan web
Designed with busy clinicians in mind, the Vscan online
portal serves as a both a quick reference source and user-friendly, yet robust informational platform that lets clinicians
discover how Vscan helps strengthen clinical confidence, aid
in speedy diagnoses, and deepen the patient connection. Care
areas explored include primary care, cardiology, critical and
emergency care, and women’s health. The portal also offers
the opportunity to get in touch with the Vscan team to answer
additional questions you may have.
Visitors to the content-rich portal will appreciate the ability to
quickly locate and choose the information desired, whether it’s
a brief overview of Vscan, in-depth product video demos and
tutorials, or detailed case reports that describe how physicians
have used Vscan to cost-effectively help improve the quality
of care. An interactive tutorial allows visitors to research the
device at their own pace and examine how it applies to their
areas of interest.
For those interested in clinical applications, a dedicated section
provides clinical information on the pocket-sized visualization
tool and consolidates a host of resources in one spot, including
a video gallery of clinical uses, brief physician testimonials and
an introductory webinar. Also listed are dates for upcoming
third party in-person and online ultrasound courses, as well as
references for additional resources. Gain even deeper access
to Vscan-specific clinical components, including product
use scenarios, an interactive ultrasound anatomy section,
troubleshooting tips, and libraries of Vscan clinical images.
Visit the portal today to answer your questions, learn about
Vscan, or to get in touch with a GE Healthcare representative.
While you’re there, let us know what you think.
Visit Vscan Web Portal at tiny.cc/Vs142