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    The June Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine


    Ensuring quality with patient simulators
    Tech tips: Utilizing patient simulators to generate qualitative and quantitative data.
    SNMMI talks about promoting radiation dose optimization
    Following proper procedure ensures the benefits of molecular imaging outweigh the risks.
    "Big Data" comes to medical imaging
    Get ready: diagnostic imaging will surpass 1 exabyte of data in three years.

    Q&A with Dr. Frederic Fahey
    The SNMMI president gives a hint of what to expect at this year's show.
    Q & A with Dr. Raymond Geis
    The SIIM chair recaps his first year and plans for the remainder of his tenure

    Regulating your PET
    Practice management for PET
    Dose reduction: Better safe than sorry
    Special report on trends and tools in CT radiation safety.
    Special report: Will molecular imaging deliver on its promises?
    Breakthroughs and challenges in the industry.

    Columns & Sections

    The future of . . . medicine

    Future of Healthcare
    David Goldhill on ways to save America's "catastrophic" health system

    Harold Gillies, father of plastic surgery

    This Month in Medical History
    This month in medical history, June 17, 1882.

    Disaster response

    Letter from the online editor for June 2013.

    Q&A with Baylor University Medical Center president

    John B. McWhorter III talks challenges and solutions.

    Payers and providers should come together in the cloud

    But tech won't change everything.

    June's New Product Showcase

    This month's roundup of the latest industry products.

    Q&A with OHSU's Dennis Minsent

    The director of Clinical Technology Services talks about Oregon Health & Science University's award-winning IT program.