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Here you'll find insider perspectives from thought leaders in the health care industry on the most important issues and events of the day. For DOTmed HCB News, Voices is a place where candid opinions take the form of interviews, contributed content, and our company president's ongoing Jacobus Report.
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George HW Bush and healthcare
The Jacobus Report
Michael Friebe's 27th personal, slightly biased, and as always subjective RSNA report
AI / machine learning is mainstream now — RSNA(I) in an exponential world
Putting the patient at the center of breast care
Insights from Agnes Berzsenyi, president and CEO of GE Healthcare Women’s Health
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Report on this year's RSNA
The Jacobus Report
Q&A with RSNA president Dr. Vijay Rao
Discussing the state of radiology today and what to expect at this year's RSNA meeting
Tackling liver complications with the help of artificial intelligence and advanced technology
In the U.S. between 1999 and 2016, deaths due to liver cirrhosis rose 65 percent and liver cancer mortality rates doubled
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Scott Carson joins the DOTmed Board of Directors
The Jacobus Report
Absolute Medical Imaging: A new name in imaging but no shortage of experience
We spoke to Jordan Brinker, Will Hengemuhle and John Vartanian to learn more about a new company in mobile imaging, service and equipment
Remembering Dr. Nancy Cappello
A patient advocate and champion of breast density awareness has passed away, but not without leaving her mark on the world
Clinical wearables – remaining competitive in an evolving market
Insights from Ravi Kuppuraj, Business Leader of Connected Sensing Venture for Philips
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