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St. Luke's pays $30 million for 21 GE HealthCare CT scanners

Largest CT order in U.S. and Canada for GE HealthCare

Siemens Healthineers expands CT production with $85 million investment in German facility

Will produce crystals for photon-counting CT use

UMC Utrecht nabs $1.6 million funding for cancer treatment research

Research will focus on MR-guided radiotherapy, ultrasound

SpectronRx to begin labeling Ac-225 in new European facility

Partnering with the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre

New guidelines support the use of FES PET imaging for certain breast cancer cases

GE HealthCare's Cerianna agent is the only FDA-approved FES PET agent

Boston Scientific to initiate €80 million expansion at Irish site, hiring 400 new employees

Adding jobs in production, engineering, quality, supply chain, R&D

Addressing radiology's carbon footprint from the inside out

Researchers share energy-saving strategies and call for decreasing unnecessary scans

RaySearch OIS platform RayCare now interoperable with Varian TrueBeam linacs

Sought to be interoperable in 2020

Gundersen Health to spend $13 million to create unified imaging platform with Visage 7 cloud-based solutions

Replaces legacy PACS systems

Siemens Healthineers, CommonSpirit Health co-acquiring Block Imaging

Tapping into trend toward multivendor HTM

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Virtual reality: Transforming healthcare experiences for a better tomorrow

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Violence has no place in our hospitals

To protect patients and employees, healthcare providers need to get serious about security

Prioritizing the value of clinical data

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Insights from Dr. Susan Harvey, vice president of corporate global medical affairs for Hologic

Outdated hospital technology networks must be addressed proactively

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