Chris Kinnas

Chris Kinnas is a National Service Solutions Manager at Block Imaging. His goal is to see imaging facilities covered by the very best service for maximum equipment uptime. Outside of the office, he is a husband, a father of 4, and an avid Chicago sports fan.


From shifts with reimbursement rates, regulations, and patient trends, it is important to keep your medical imaging equipment expenses and maintenance top of mind. One area to keep a pulse on is your equipment service plan.

 Covering medical imaging equipment with some type of service plan is valuable, not only to a facility’s bottom line but also to the peace of mind of its staff.

Below we will give you the top three reasons why your facility should have a service plan for your medical imaging equipment, and the options from which you can choose.

Full Coverage Service vs. Preventative Maintenance Service

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