16 Dec Webinar On-Demand – Prisma Imaging Full-Body Scans: What This New Technology Means For You & Your Horse
Primsa Imaging CEO and Founder Michael Silver was live Dec. 15 and shared how the Prisma robotic imaging system overcomes the shortcomings and dangers of current equine imaging technology and how it is a game-changer in equine diagnostic and preventative care.
“Thank you to all who joined us,” said Silver. “Showcasing the technology we have in development and seeing the interest and engagement from the equine community is very exciting.”
Attendees learned about the Prisma technology and how it will revolutionize the way their horses are diagnosed and cared for. After the short presentation, attendees asked questions ranging from the technology and commercial-readiness timeline, to the areas of the horse the scan can view, how long a scan may take and the cost per scan for a horse owner.
If you missed the live broadcast, you can view the webinar on-demand below. If you have any questions about the Prisma Imaging system or are interested in investing or partnering in the journey to better horse health care, contact Michael Silver at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT MICHAEL SILVER
Michael Silver has over 30 years of entrepreneurial and institutional experience. Prior to founding Prisma Imaging LLC, he founded, built and successfully divested a business in the consumer products industry. He has held various positions in finance and operations at a diversified portfolio of both public and private companies. He is passionate about equine care and promotes a better, more humane treatment of all animals.
Founded in 2016, Prisma is the next generation of equine imaging focused on the development of new imaging techniques capable of capturing the never-before-seen perspectives of the equine patient.
The revolutionary Prisma system captures high-quality equine radiography and CT images of the entire anatomy of a standing, weight-bearing, conscious horse allowing for a safer and more effective and efficient diagnosis, prognosis and overall improved horse health care. Commercial installations of the system will begin in mid-2021. Prisma is a Florida-based company currently working on next-phase development in Newark, California.