Report finds PACS adoption in hospitals with cath labs up 60 percent.
Capital cash frees up but radiology departments are shopping around.
Dutch company's first new modality in over a decade is also only weeks away from FDA feedback.
Battle lines drawn as Maryland court includes CT and MRI scans in anti-self-referral law.
Four Canadian teams get government grants to find alternative ways to shore up the medical isotope supply chain.
DMBN's exclusive Q&A with TeraRecon CEO Robert Taylor on mobile imaging in radiology and the cloud revolution.
CT scans lead to a change in diagnosis for almost half of patients in new AJR study.
Joe Merz, Carey Stoner will source parts.
HHS, DOJ tout record Medicare fraud-busting efforts.
Global ultrasound market could hit $5.6 billion by 2015.
The first imaging agent to detect Alzheimer's plaques in living brains gets conditional OK.
Bayer's MRI contrast drug should get 'lowest risk' NSF label, panel says.
The rural broadband crunch eases, but work remains.
The medical device industry cautiously welcomes changes to the device clearance process, but activists fault the agency for delaying controversial reforms.
Florbetapir and Gadovist come under agency eyes this week.
Largely symbolic GOP-backed measure unlikely to pass Democratic-controlled Senate.
Robert Gaffey promoted to Chief Financial Officer.
USPSTF confirms proposed guidelines floated last year.
Researchers say a PET imaging agent is able to detect a biomarker for Alzheimer's disease.
C-arm manufacturer moves to Orlando.
British medical device conglomerate to strengthen presence in "one of the most dynamic health care markets in the world."
Radiology benefits manager set to appeal $11.7 million verdict in antitrust case.
Outsourcing CT scans to a private clinic provokes outcry from labor groups and politicians.
Sector prospers as cash-strapped hospitals look to keep older equipment alive.
Group estimates 231,400 patients might have been affected by the breach.
Researchers say therapy is no longer "experimental" when it comes to low-risk prostate cancer patients.
Varian's ProBeam could be treating patients as early as 2013.
Highest prices since the Civil War could mean strains on your budget.
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that medical residents should be considered employees when it comes to gathering their Social Security taxes.
First field test confirms CT scan's bullet-tracking prowess.
Abbott gets CE Mark for dissolving stent.
Hologic Inc. said Friday it bought Interlace Medical Inc., a manufacturer of a device for removing uterine fibroids, for $125 million in cash.
A wafer-thin plurality favors repealing the health reform bill.
Families can return to their homes after officials say they've fixed a tornado-damaged MRI unit they feared might explode.
Imaging center chain finishes purchase of New York teleradiology group.
Contract for Mo-99 to last through 2013.
Images from medical scans brought by patients on CDs, DVDs or other media for radiologists to view often can't be used, according to a new survey.
COO Brent Howison will replace Ron Calhoun.
Update represents a cut of about 7.8 percent from last year's conversion factor.
Doctors ordering in-house PET, MR and CT scans must now inform patients of at least five rival imaging suppliers.
Sex assault scandal rages, CT scans reveal the hidden aging in our faces, and residents discover radiologist referral letters in the rubbish.
Medicare fee-for-service payments for many kinds of imaging are now around 4 percent higher for nonradiologists, according to the study.
And nearly one in 10 gets a CT scan, according to a new study.
Dr. Donald B. Darling was 85.
Anesthesia induces a brain state that more closely resembles a controlled, reversible coma than sleep, according to a new study.
The computer giant wants to gain ground in the medical imaging data storage market.
RadNet moves into teleradiology.
Combined company is a teleradiology behemoth.
Philips says a proof-of-concept system of the brand-new modality could be around by 2013.
The number of physicians using richer EHR systems that sport clinical tools has doubled since 2009, a new survey finds.