WFH's Global Alliance for Progress continues to impact standards of care in the developing world.
Don Bogutski of Diagnostix Plus Inc. - a DOTmed Certified Dealer - talks about megatrends that threaten the used diagnostic imaging equipment market.
Toshiba supports ACCF to provide cardiac CT education initiatives.
Imaging industry pro Lawrence Dentice to focus on expanding market presence and enhancing customer loyalty.
National Health Service Hospitals in UK turn to company's technologies.
ASTRO journal includes groundbreaking study.
Rule designed to make the contents of medical gas containers more readily identifiable.
Bernie Glas highlights the company's winning business model.
Analysis that starts this month will lead to a more standardized approach for drugs and devices.
New radiation treatment solution for adaptive radiation therapy enables improved treatment accuracy.
FDA clears wireless technology for interventional radiology.
Michigan heart center acquires newest diagnostic imaging technology from Toshiba.
California Provider enhances vascular and cardiac imaging through new TAMS Infinix series.
UK medical center uses CR system, laser imagers.
American College of Radiology announces lobbying effort by the National Patient Advocate Foundation.
Matthew L. Nathan and Robert M. Kolodner are 2005 honorees.
Two grants made available by the SNMTS: Application deadline is June 15 for first-time grants.
Medication delivery system may have potential cracks.
Counterterrorism expert is elevated.
Optical device used by dentists to spot oral cancer.
Women requesting a Caesarean delivery should be thoroughly counseled on potential risks and benefits.
Three pilot sites to implement ORBIS; comprehensive enterprise healthcare IT solution leads to improved patient care and hospital efficiency.
Move related to bird flu concerns that drugs would lead to emergent strains.
PROBEAT is a medical device designed to produce and deliver a proton beam for the treatment of patients with localized tumors and other conditions susceptible to treatment by radiation.
The DOTmed 100 firm is the biggest independent service organization bar none.
Inveon enhances research and drug discovery; PET/CT and other technologies also displayed.
Using CT-fluoroscopy guidance, physicians are able to effectively treat most patients with palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands) with a single 20-minute procedure.
President Mike Moreno provides the service and support that make used equipment like new.
Kodak raises prices worldwide on all their films and related supplies; but don't count film out despite PACS growth.
IT, data, privacy, and workforce needs among issues pressed with legislators by American Health Information Management Association.
New Aplio CV cardio package designed to further enhance the accuracy and efficiency of ultrasound imaging and improve overall cardiac capabilities.
New System Features Two Flat Panel Detectors for Improved Cardiac Imaging
Same top-line, digital x-ray technology used to diagnose patients in many leading hospitals is used in veterinary application.
American College of Radiology will provide comments on equipment utilization to Medicare.
Study Offers Piece of "Missing Link" Needed in Understanding Receptor Function--Possibly Providing Safe, Ethical Source for Replacing Brain Cells, Reports March Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Public/private partnership wants communication clear, concise and correct.
AMA doctors meet in Washington, D.C. to urge lawmakers to stop the cuts.
David W. Boyer Appointed New Head of FDA's Office of Legislation.
Biomarker development and clinical trial design greatest areas for impact; bioinformatics also a focus.
LUMA Cervical Imaging System is made by MediSpectra, Inc., Lexington, Mass.
ACRWH meeting to be held March 27 at NIH.
Genetic material may predict tumor aggressiveness.
The procurement services company taps the supply software developer.
New features enhance productivity and ease of use on GE's Innova systems.
System-wide patient access and financial applications to form backbone of advanced technology in two new ambulatory care centers.
CardIQ Xpress addresses unmet clinical needs with a flexible, efficient and robust solution on the award-winning LightSpeed VCT.
Melson was recently VP and controller of Millipore Corporation.
Innovative automated device closes holes in femoral artery.
Premier, Inc. announces medical imaging group buy with Siemens Medical, Mallinckrodt, and Medrad.