2018 International Training Program: Students from 12 Countries
32 students from 12 countries participated in a 5-day medical imaging training class, held in Shenyang, China.
The training class on digital medical imaging equipment was held for students from the Middle East, West Asia, Southeast Asia and Africa.
2018 International Training Program: Diverse Training
During the training, the participants visited the Neusoft Medical Industrial Park, learning about the achievements of Neusoft Medical in the field of large-scale high-end medical equipment manufacturing over the past 20 years. Through continuous innovation and operational excellence, Neusoft Medical Systems has always been dedicated to value creation within global healthcare services.
"We not only hope to improve the mastery of medical equipment through training, but also hope to deliver care to foreign friends.” said the Neusoft Medical staff member who was responsible for this training.
During the training, the participants learned about the applications of the NeuViz CT scanners: cardiovascular imaging as well as routine maintenance and service knowledge of CT and MR. Plus they learned about Neusoft’s Medical Imaging Cloud in Liaoning Triage Control Center, National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China.
The participants were impressed with Neusoft’s innovative culture. The NeuViz Prime with spectral imaging and dual energy capabilities drew particular interest.
During their visit to the hospital where NeuViz 128 is installed, they were impressed by the high patient throughput, reliability and the efficient workflow of NeuViz 128. They enjoyed deep discussion with the doctors about the combination of modern western medical treatment and traditional Chinese medical treatment.
2018 International Training Program: Achievements
For many years, Neusoft Medical has provided large-scale high-end medical equipment for more than 50 countries along the “Belt and Road”. Apart from providing advanced technologies and products, Neusoft Medical has hosted more than 10 short-term training courses for medical health practitioners and managers in developing countries, led by Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China and Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China, involving more than 30 countries.