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    The July Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine

    Features

    The latest in breast imaging technology
    A look around the industry at the latest innovations
    Breast density notification, knowledge, and next steps
    In pursuit of notification laws that convey information effectively
    Managing revenue cycle in consumer-based healthcare
    Processes evolve as healthcare turns consumer-centric

    Columns & Sections

    Discussing supply chain and the upcoming AHRMM meeting

    Exclusive Q&A
    Q&A with Dr. Jimmy Y. Chung, chief medical officer at Bon Secours Mercy Health

    Medical device stakeholders prepare for the FIME meeting

    Exclusive Q&A
    Q&A with Gil Alejo, exhibition director for Informa Markets | Healthcare

    Radiologists converge in Vienna for the ECR meeting

    Exclusive Q&A
    Q&A with Regina Beets-Tan, president of ESR

    Imaging managers prepare for the AHRA meeting

    Exclusive Q&A
    Q&A with Kimlyn Queen-Weis, president of AHRA

    The future of reducing breast cancer disparities

    Future of Healthcare
    Insights from Paola Wisner, vice president of global research and development at Hologic, and Andy Smith, vice president of image research breast health at Hologic

    Marketing tactics for imaging departments

    Imaging Dept Manager
    Think customer relationships, not simply transactions

    A focus on the OB/GYN ultrasound market

    Purchasing Insights
    Market insight from the expert analysts at symplr

    Improving healthcare access in rural communities

    Before COVID-19, hospital closings were rising in rural America... now federal relief is drying up