Becka Bowden

Digital X-Ray Tech Support: Remote vs. On-Site

In working with X-ray users to upgrade their analog equipment with digital radiography (DR) panels, we've noticed there can be a little confusion on the service/tech support end of things. The reason for this seems to be reconciling the on-site service most of the imaging field is accustomed to with the remote service support that DR upgrade packages offer.

To help bring more clarity, we'll break down the differences, pros, and cons of both on-site and remote service support styles.

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