Deal is with Amerinet, Inc. and its more than 22,000 member facilities.
New staff boosts learning at American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology.
To be performed in weightlessness of space.
Congress has passed the FDA Amendments Act (FDAAA) of 2007 -- no majors problems for medical device industry; user fees should result in streamlined review of new technologies.
Society urges Congress to restore Department of Energy funding for research of life-saving diagnostic and treatment procedures.
With proton MR spectroscopy (1H MRS), the need for biopsy of suspicious, non-mass enhancing breast lesions is reduced significantly. (NOTE: To see dark image, click to enlarge.)
AIUM Chief Executive Officer Carmine M. Valente, PhD, CAE, ranked number 10 out of the 25 top people in radiology.
World markets were a main topic at annual event for International Association of Medical Equipment Remarketers and Servicers.
Completes deal for a leader in mammography comfort technology.
National Institute of General Medical Sciences has new leadership.
Department of Health and Human Services releases changes in Office of Surgeon General; Acting Surgeon General RADM Ken Moritsugu retires.
Grants help seniors maintain independence.
DOTmed Certification puts Piedmont Medical's Brad Schelling among the elite in the medical product field.
Company's innovative digital information systems will serve eight hospitals in VHA's New England region.
Proper health information management is the key to data quality and sharing of electronic records.
Award recognizes excellence and outstanding achievement in applied medical informatics.
Tests help ensure safe blood transfusions for patients.
Society of Interventional Radiology and coalition bring attention to life-threatening venous disease.
A variety of innovations honored.
Important but overlooked area of medicine.
Whistle blowers to be protected.
MDMA chooses Thomas C. Novelli.
Third party companies offer engineers quality parts at low prices.
A child born in 2005 will likely still be here for the tricentennial and beyond.
Statement by Commissioner von Eschenbach on the release of agency's strategic framework.
Pharma giant resolves allegations of false Medicare claims.
Customers are happy to be working with the same Kodak professionals.
Nuclear medicine approach can be first choice for excluding pulmonary embolism in young women.
Leading archiving and document management system complements integrated IT arena with ORBIS™, ORBIS RIS and IMPAX™
Provides anytime / anywhere access for nuclear physicians, enhanced by ProSolv's industry-leading structured reporting.
Novel dyes tap 50 years of KODAK dye chemistry expertise.
SNM Technologist Section's Professional Definition Reflects Changes as Technology Advances, Molecular Imaging Evolves; New Document Published in September Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology
New research conflicts with prior findings on blood clot risk of implantable devices.
AdvaMed speaks out on behalf of industry.
Company makes significant market penetration.
New York Methodist Hospital honors grads.
New York Methodist hosts event.
As hospitals around the world strive to meet a 90-minute 'Door to Balloon' target, Philips places technology at the centre of cardiac care.
New report indicates changes in how Americans get their information about health and cancer.
Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Justice target fraudulent business practices in South Florida.
Doctors may not send Medicare patients to certain businesses in which they have a financial interest.
Soarian® and the medical-grade wireless utility help increase time clinicians spend with patients.
Candelis' ImageGrid offers fully integrated multimodality archive compatible with most DICOM viewing workstations.
GE offers radiology and cardiology image and information management solutions to nearly 2,500 members of VHA Inc. and the University HealthSystem Consortium.
Innovative collaboration seeks to drive organizational excellence.
CR Solutions to benefit Palmer campuses in California, Florida and Iowa.
Comments sent to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Special MR images depict bright lesions in the brains of multiple sclerosis patients.
Census Bureau announced 47 million uninsured Americans; AMA launches campaign to spur action to cover those uninsured.