Demonstration project targets fraudulent business practices in the greater Los Angeles and Houston areas.
Rules are designed to prevent and protect against the international spread of diseases.
Siemens serves as lead sponsor, executives and customers contribute as presenters at this week's SINI 2007.
New edition of CDC's "Yellow Book" provides updated information on international travel health risks.
Congress works toward increased FDA device funding in appropriations.
As an otolaryngologist, Randal S. Weber, M.D., F.A.C.S. works closely with radiation oncologists.
Wayne State University School of Medicine and Henry Ford train medical students on the use of portable ultrasound equipment.
Latest release of software integrates clinical and financial apps.
Offers highest resolution and fastest image availability of any DR system
VA disaster recovery services will provide automated backup of all Philips iSite Radiology image data.
Government pays more for the privately administered program, yet plans to cut Medicare payment to doctors, physicians' group decries.
Providing leadership for health IT adoption, John Wade and Victoria Bradley assume top positions on the HIMSS Board of Directors.
Laboratory test for detecting whether breast cancer has spread.
First device for monovision LASIK.
NIH Pipeline to Partnerships launched.
New legislation would strengthen the role of the Food and Drug Administration in postmarket safety of drugs, devices.
First of its kind technology.
PACS software with advanced mammography capabilities.
Policy is the result of recent findings that computer-aided detection reduces mammogram accuracy; however, radiologists don't agree.
Companies unable to agree on details of sale.
ISOs help hospitals by buying, selling, and servicing IV infusion and other types of pumps.
Combined "Particle Therapy Center" may be first of its kind in U.S.
Course will help teach detection of disease affecting 20 million people.
Heads up financing and leasing of medical equipment.
Innovative DR 9500 System moves around the patient to facilitate positioning.
Practice puts consumers at risk and may be more expensive than domestic purchasing.
Event to be held September 17-18, 2007 in Houston.
American College of Physicians has recommended that CMS include the proposed increases in nursing home work values when it publishes its final fee schedule rule on Nov. 1.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists recognizes staff credentials.
Study shows that hyperintense lesions in older patients are common with aging.
Wanda Moebius is Vice President of Policy Communications.
MedPAC survey "should not form the basis for evidence-based decision making."
Texas Children's Hospital Recognized for Excellence in Health Technology Management.
Several U.S. facilities sign on with KODAK brand contracts.
This movie addresses some of the core issues that AMA has been actively working on for years: the plight of the uninsured, the abuses of corporations that put profits over patients.
American Medical Association calls for action to stop Medicare physician payment cuts and end Medicare Advantage inequities.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analysis of emergency departments, outpatient centers and hospitals.
Medicare explains the plan in its announcement.
Revolutionary ACR Education Center to be "classroom of the future."
Michigan physician known as public health advocate.
Some major changes included to reduce patient risk.
Clinicians to guide journal of American Roentgen Ray Society.
Under the 2008 proposed rule, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) would implement a 9.9 percent cut in physician payments in 2008 and close many loopholes on self referral, ACR reports.
A notice from the British government health regulatory agency.
Formerly Tyco Healthcare, portfolio includes medical devices, imaging solutions, pharmaceuticals and other products.
They will test the world's first MRI/PET image software tool for the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases.
GE Healthcare to include Medipattern's B-CAD™ in its current breast ultrasound solutions; Medipattern to develop Computer-Aided Detection for other future generations.
Secure, Web-based network now available.
For certain conditions surgery is better than physical therapy, steroid injections, and analgesic medications.
Women with breast masses classified as probably benign can be periodically examined with ultrasound to avoid biopsy.