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1) Whistleblower accuses Medtronic of kickback scheme at VA hospital that led to unnecessary procedures

Allegedly went on for nearly a decade

2) How GE HealthCare puts IT security in the Cath and EP Labs top of mind

Q&A with Vivek Sachdev, director of engineering for Invasive Cardiology at GE HealthCare

3) Beyond referrals: The rise of in-house cardiac imaging in modern cardiology

Insights from Dr. Alberto Morales, South Tampa Cardiology and Advanced Imaging Center

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Aidoc and American College of Cardiology collaborate to revolutionize cardiovascular care with best-in-class AI
Virtua Health installs innovative GE HealthCare systems to advance cardiac imaging in southern New Jersey
Photon-counting CT improves coronary artery disease assessment
Cardio Diagnostics Holdings, Inc. expands HeartRisk platform offering to diverse markets in conjunction with nationwide rollout
UltraSight Partners with SELVAS Healthcare to develop and commercialize AI-powered cardiac ultrasound software in Asia
St. Joseph's Children's Hospital first in Tampa Bay to implant leadless pacemaker in pediatric heart patient
Boston Scientific receives FDA approval for FARAPULSE Pulsed Field Ablation System
Olympus closes the acquisition of Korean gastrointestinal stent company, Taewoong Medical Co., Ltd
Artificial intelligence helps coronary CT angiography and accelerates the development of precision medicine
UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute first in world to implant penditure clip using minimally invasive approach

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Coronary CT should be 'gold standard' for assessing chest pain: study
Could spare patients from invasive coronary angiography
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Emory settles medical malpractice case over death of heart transplant patient
Jury awarded largest verdict in Emory's history of malpractice cases
Apple removes blood oxygen feature from watches after federal circuit court upholds ITC ban
Will continue to appeal Masimo's patent infringement allegations
Beyond referrals: The rise of in-house cardiac imaging in modern cardiology
Insights from Dr. Alberto Morales, South Tampa Cardiology and Advanced Imaging Center
Philips consortium uses €6.5 million funding to set up CCTA trials for CAD care
Will create uniform guidelines for diagnosing, treating CAD
J&J MedTech acquires Laminar for $400 million, adds to Biosense Webster
Has an approach for eliminating LAA in AFib patients
iCardio.ai to deploy ultrasound software on Butterfly's AI marketplace
Facilitates development and use of third-party tools among over 100,000 providers
Improvements needed to make drone delivery of AEDs in rural areas fast as possible
Bystanders also need more education on AED drone delivery
One company's approach to advancing wearable defibrillators
Q&A with Dr. Zubin J. Eapen, chief medical officer at Element Science
GE HealthCare gets FDA nod for interventional coronary image-guided therapy platform
Optimizes dose and image quality regardless of patient size
Mobile cardiac PET provider and founder pay $85 million to settle kickback allegations
Paid referring cardiologists to exclusively send patients their way
St. Joseph's Hospital adopts POLARx Fit Cryoablation to treat AFib
Boston Scientific balloon expands to 28 mm and 31 mm in one catheter
Cordis acquires MedAlliance in deal that could be worth more than $1.1 billion
MedAlliance developed first MicroReservoir sirolimus drug-eluting balloon

Feature Stories

Assessing advances in cardiac ultrasound

How telemedicine, AI and POCUS technology is paving the way to better outcomes

The continuing evolution of the cath lab

Why minimally invasive procedures are leaving the hospital

Imaging heart disease in the era of COVID-19

The value of cardiac ultrasound has increased amid the pandemic

C-arms continue to slim down

Both fixed and mini C-arms are becoming increasingly portable

A look around the evolving cath lab

Today's cardiologists get to the heart of the issue less invasively than ever before