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UChicago Medicine building $121 million multispecialty care center in Indiana

130,000-square-foot center will see over 110,000 patients visits annually

Stick-on ultrasound patch could show when earlier intervention is necessary

Images blood vessels, digestive system, organs for up to 48 hours

Primary care docs need 26 hours/day to provide recommended care: study

A team-based approach, using nurses, PAs and counselors helps ease the overwork

Oracle-Cerner EHR shut down for four hours due to corrupted database

Error in database could have caused harm to patients

Butterfly files motion to dismiss Fujifilm patent claims

Says allegation lacks merit and is meant to distract from failure to innovate

Cohen Children's Medical Center opens $110 million pediatric surgical complex

Houses eight child-friendly, 600-square-foot ORs

ViewRay moves HQ to Denver

The Oakwood Village, Ohio facility will remain and focus on product development and training

Sudden clinic closures leave Pennsylvania patients, staff in limbo

Berwick Hospital Center's nearly 5,000 patients left with nowhere to turn

Mercy Iowa City turned down University of Iowa Health Care $605 million offer to buy

Offer was one of four rejected by Mercy in a search for a new partner that began in July 2021

Grady Health System leverages Vizzia RTLS

Consists of the 953-bed Grady Memorial Hospital, six neighborhood health centers, and the Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center

Magazine Features

AAMI 2012 Conference and Expo

June 01, 2012

Education, updates, networking and more

Exclusive: Q&A with SNM president Dr. George Segall

June 01, 2012

Dr. Segall spoke with DOTmed Business News about accomplishments and challenges during his past year as president.

Pink ribbons and promises

May 30, 2012

Susan B. Komen for the Cure president Liz Thompson talks about how she became involved with the foundation and its future goals.

Exclusive: Q & A with Dr. Raymond Geis

May 23, 2012

The current SIIM chair provides info and updates on the society.

SIIM 2012 Preview: Startups, CIIPS and Millennials

May 01, 2012

SIIM is coming to Orlando this year.

Nanomedicine: The Magic Bullet?

April 24, 2012

Advances in the field show promise for what seemed like wishful thinking only a century ago.

AORN Congress in the Crescent City

March 13, 2012

New Orleans will host this year's event from March 24-29.

Special report: Flat panel technology

February 27, 2012

The general radiography industry is moving away from direct panels.

Health IT Update with H. Stephen Lieber

February 21, 2012

ICD-10, meaningful use and baby barcodes

Say What?

February 02, 2012

Dialogue on the changing face of physician dictation and transcription solutions

Arab Health 2012: A sneak peek behind the canvas

January 13, 2012

The Arab Health Congress continues to be the must-attend in the Middle East.

Special report: Refurbished CT buyers go back to basics

January 13, 2012

A sluggish economy drives more hospitals to use existing CT systems.

Brazil lures medical equipment makers

January 01, 2012

Brazil’s growing economy makes it attractive to device makers, but the country is off-limits to secondhand dealers.

Medical tourism remains a small but growing industry

December 27, 2011

Medical tourists typically save anywhere from 40 to 90 percent of what their medical procedure would cost at home.

DOTmed Business News' Best of 2011

December 23, 2011

DOTmed News has rounded up award recipients from a variety of sources to provide a retrospective of the year’s best.

Charity cases: Medical services and equipment at rock bottom prices

December 19, 2011

A four-year-old boy lay dying of malaria in a Benin, West Africa-based hospital. Not 40 feet from his room, a supply closet is fully stocked with the antidote. But the hospital has no basic intravenous lines available to administer the drug. In a country where one out of five children die from malaria before the age of 10, this little boy’s story is all too common.

Comparative effectiveness research gives patients and physicians vital medical reviews

December 12, 2011

Head-to-head comparisons prove invaluable.

2011 RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting

November 19, 2011

Read about some of the top attractions at this year's show.

Exclusive: Interview with ASTRO Chair Dr. Anthony Zietman

October 03, 2011

Immediate past president and current ASTRO chair Dr. Anthony Zietman makes the case for conscience-based medicine.

Universal coverage falls from orbit

October 01, 2011

Read the October letter from the editor.

Health care goes to school

September 30, 2011

To meet growing needs in health care, colleges and universities are working hard to boost their number of graduates.

Special report: Mining for medical gold

September 28, 2011

Nanoparticles poised to change the face of medicine

Special report: When patients tip the scale, what's typically routine gets heavy

September 12, 2011

Imaging tackles America's obesity epidemic.

Special report: Hospitals are on the mend

August 29, 2011

Hospitals are taking steps to successfully control HAIs

Special report: Sterilizers Clean Up

August 26, 2011

As economic woes lengthen the product replacement cycle, sterilizers go green.

Trends in anesthesiology: Employing technology to reduce costs and manage information

August 22, 2011

New technology, staffing models, help reduce costs.

New tech helps prevent surgical mishaps

August 16, 2011

Dr. Jeffrey Port explains how new tech can help prevent the retained surgical item problem.

Special report: The case for the hybrid OR

August 15, 2011

Nationwide, hospitals are investing millions in hybrid rooms. Should yours? What to know before you decide.

Scoping It Out: What's on the Horizon for Endoscopy and Arthroscopy

August 08, 2011

Endoscopy and arthroscopy continue to advance.

For biomeds, the latest test equipment lightens the load

August 05, 2011

In an increasingly complex health care environment, CE departments look for lighter, faster and multifunctional solutions.

Critical Access Hospitals

July 28, 2011

Facilities are under increased pressure coping with funding cuts and regulatory requirements.

Health information exchange leads to improvements in rural disease control initiatives

July 27, 2011

One rural health information exchange shares tips on how an HIE should be run.

Catching the Tiger's tail: Medical device companies hope to ride India's health care boom

July 25, 2011

Analysts say India presents challenges to U.S. companies.

Defibrillators & the public

July 25, 2011

In line with the latest guidelines, AEDs look to deliver more than a shock.

Addressing the challenges of motion management in radiation

July 20, 2011

A comparison of conventional radiation therapy and next-generation radiosurgery.

For one critical access hospital, process makes perfect

July 18, 2011

Advice from a 25-bed critical access hospital that made the transition from film to digital.

Special report: Regenerative medicine looks East

July 08, 2011

"Sea turtles" lead China's stem cell surge.

Kinecting with the dead

July 07, 2011

Microsoft's motion-sensing game controller helps doctors perform virtual autopsies.

Data storage a critical issue for critical care

July 06, 2011

Data storage and exchange has emerged as one of the biggest problems facing radiology departments - especially among rural providers.

Text messages aid moms in infant care

July 05, 2011

New texting service provides women tips and reminders throughout their pregnancy.

Medicall 2011: Meet the "supermarket" where India's hospitals shop

July 01, 2011

If you're looking to break into one of the world's fastest-growing health care markets, consider exhibiting at Medicall 2011, India's premier medical equipment tradeshow.

Refurb market is charged up

July 01, 2011

For companies like Dixie Medical, a seller of refurbished defibrillators, business is booming– its business was up by 25 percent last year.

Sudden deaths of young athletes fuel the heart screening debate

June 28, 2011

Should all young athletes be screened for rare but potentially fatal heart conditions?

Nanomedicine: Big news on a microscopic scale

June 24, 2011

Nanomedicine may be the next frontier in health care.

AAMI advances its message to the health care world

June 21, 2011

An exclusive interview with the association's president and CEO.

Ultrasound at the point of care: who's in charge?

June 17, 2011

Ultrasound becomes a flashpoint in the long-simmering turf war between radiologists and non-radiologists.

SNM: This year, the society has cause for celebration

June 14, 2011

Dr. Dominique Delbeke, the 2010-2011 president, shared some information about the latest from SNM.

SIIM 2011: Exclusive interview with president Elizabeth Krupinski

May 27, 2011

Ahead of next week's meeting, SIIM President Elizabeth Krupinski talked to DOTmed News about her field and the latest news from the society.