Revolutionary miniaturized systems empower Olympic winter games medical teams to easily and accurately diagnose athlete injuries where they occur.
March 1 event in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania designed for hospital-based biomedical and clinical engineers, materials managers and others.
Report from AHIMA and AMIA outlines national action agenda.
Imaging research and patient care are the focus of installation of AcQSim3 and Pinnacle3 treatment planning systems at top U.S. hospital.
Deal covers platelets, plasma and red blood cells excluding rights in certain Asian countries for platelets and plasma.
West Penn Allegheny orders KODAK enterprise information management solution, PACS for three hospitals; KODAK to perform RIS integration, data migration.
Units used in a wide variety of care environments and in-hospital patient transport.
New York chronic back pain study shows better patient outcome with dynamic, upright imaging configuration.
Orthopedic Associates of Allentown and Advanced Breast Care Imaging partner with GE Healthcare for innovative imaging technology.
Journal of Nuclear Medicine reports innovative, accurate imaging technique by Belgian and Italian researchers.
KODAK systems help physicians and dentists diagnose injuries to world's greatest athletes.
Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) played collaborative role in Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMS) development of National Oncologic PET Registry, sponsored by Academy of Molecular Imaging.
Potential exists to possibly prevent disease before onset symptoms appear, suggests report in February's Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Twenty other states designated as "in crisis" by AMA.
Lab test developed by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Results of meeting with Advanced Medical Technology Association suggest regulation, training, recalls, manufacturing, and IT may be future focal points.
Patients will benefit from rapid development and delivery of new cancer treatments.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases names top docs; new NIAID advisory council also appointed.
Dr. Maya Angelou asks Adults Ages 55 - 90 to join National Institutes of Health study.
Contract manufacturer relies on execution and quality management systems for control and data integrity.
Report calls for increased communication on digital health care initiatives.
A top-rated Detroit health system is a big account for the independent service organization, which provides maintenance and asset management.
Next generation workgroup scanners for medical administrators and practitioners on display at next week's conference in San Diego. Biometric and data security for medical practitioners also exhibited.
Company receives 510(k) FDA clearance for FETALGARD Lite NIBP multifunctional fetal monitor.
LogicNet Plus delivers unrivaled ease of use and performance in supply chain optimization.
Canadian company sells 200th system and continues to grow at a rate of 145 percent over three years.
Deals for California firm worth $3.5 million.
DOTmed users have the option to settle disputes quickly and inexpensively through the American Arbitration Association, a body that also resolves international disputes.
Hologic to add cutting-edge tool to their bone densitometer devices.
Advanced functionality and documentation are features of Avalon FM20.
Ultrasound pro now director of strategic accounts and global sourcing.
International milestone reached in Japan for fastest-selling product in GE Healthcare's history.
AHIMA and AMIA outline recommendations for President Bush to achieve national health IT goals.
Functional MRI may become key lie detector test.
Philips seals 100m deal to maintain, replace equipment.
Your favorite Used Medical Equipment website has more of the best listings online, and you don't want to miss what's hot.
ECRI evaluates and offers purchasing guidance on product models.
AHIMA releases guidelines for developing a data dictionary.
Former Siemens pro named VP of global R&D and engineering.
KLAS Enterprises awards honor 2005 Top 20 Year-End Best in market segments.
Screening events during Super Bowl week in Detroit include education about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and importance of defibrillator awareness among athletes.
TeslaMed International will provide its clients with a wide array of mainly pre-owned refurbished medical imaging equipment for both new and existing facilities focusing on MRI and CT Scanners.
Bone SPECT can help ID patients who would benefit from facet joint injections, a new study says.
Leader in preventive medicine to leverage EHR for clinical research.
Cancer patients have access to radiation oncology systems at Tuen Mun Hospital.
Kodak to provide service and support for installed base of mammography systems.
A 12-year study has found that laser ablation with MR guidance has comparable results to open surgery in the treatment of liver tumors.
Company now holds 213 issued and pending patents worldwide.
GE offers digital imaging equipment to the first orthopedic practice in Massachusetts.
Employees and minority partners named in $49 million alleged sham to win radiology equipment contract; feds also aim to prove cover-up in Cook County, Illinois case.