Does the St. Jude, Novation deal signal greater price pressure on medical products?
At a meeting later this month, experts gather to pick a name for the profession.
Popular health show suggested mammograms were linked to rising thyroid cancer rates.
Congressional advisory group's proposal draws harsh industry response.
John Gomez will leave at the end of May.
Less than a quarter of women understand the new recommendations, a survey finds.
Philips says the world's first digital broadband MRI machine, Ingenia, is now available in the U.S.
Tough laws could get tougher.
The task force says evidence is lacking for the benefit of routine screening.
Growing use of CT scans on children has experts urging better collaboration between doctors and device makers.
The denial rate also falls to under 50 percent for diagnostic scans.
FDA OKs head coil for GE Healthcare MRI systems.
After almost 12 years, will this be the year for the CARE bill?
Companies will gain access to each other's products.
Plus, the DOJ, FTC clarify the sticky issue of antitrust policy.
Ex-Aga Medical exec. to head interventional segment.
Hospitals, GPOs want device companies to pay fair share.
OEMs worry device tax could give resellers the upper hand.
Sonar-like technology listens to the "sound of aneurysms."
Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert signed House Bill 238 into law this month, making Utah the 29th state to license radiology assistants.
Michael Friebe is stepping down from Alliance Medical.
MASEP hopes its recently FDA-cleared, relatively low-priced Infini will open up international markets.
Robert Taylor has been invited to join the RSNA's task force on quantitative imaging.
Air Products will provide "keep cold services" for Genesis Medical Imaging.
The 25-year industry veteran will oversee the ethics committee.
The FDA bars Terumo from selling heart-lung bypass systems over quality control issues at its Michigan plant.
Plus, Korean mothers buy up Japanese-made diapers while California fears lead to a run on iodine pills.
Statins appear to boost radiotherapy's prostate cancer cure rate for high-risk patients.
The focus on dangers of ionizing radiation could obscure other medical procedure risks, researchers warn.
Training center expects 2,000 docs to visit every year.
The fifth generation imaging console gets 510(k) clearance.
Builders break ground on the Pacific Northwest's first proton therapy center and what could be the country's 11th.
Microsoft controller could help surgeons save on scrubbing time.
Dr. A. Marc Harrison has been picked to lead the under-construction, 360-bed hospital.
"Sea turtles" lead China's stem cell surge.
Median faculty radiologist salary rises to $351,950.
Cleveland BioLabs, Inc. says its experimental drug could be "ready to go" if needed.
Hologic, GE dominate this $1 billion market, report says.
Nearly 108 million X-ray exams taken every year worldwide.
Richard Meelia will be replaced by Jose Almeida.
1896 X-ray gives 1,500 times the dose of modern equipment. And a Dutch doc says you get more radiation at home than in the radiology dept.
Long-rumored sale of service, parts companies comes true.
Companies help with relief effort.
Medical physicists say for now public health risks are uncertain but appear to be low.
Japanese quake shocks world economy.
Gadavist gets approved.
One out of 25 Americans is a cancer survivor.
Half-pound "RatCAP" could change behavioral research.
The number of prostate surgeries is falling -- except for hospitals with robots, study says.
Pediatrician Dr. Virginia A. Moyer is the new chair.