Ed Markey (D-Mass.) wants the group behind "To Err Is Human" to tackle alarm fatigue.
Research firm looks into the niche tracking market.
From Call of Duty hackers to MRI-compatible pacemakers, these are your favorite stories from the year.
Some Avea ventilators were recalled in September.
Bad economy means media group can't get "fair value" for health care business intelligence unit.
CMS to hold claims for 10 business days to allow Congress to get its act together.
Lutonix is working on an experimental drug-coated balloon catheter.
House Republicans agree to a two-month payroll tax holiday extension.
8% of diagnostics sector could be laid off.
Knoxville center to get IBA cyclotron.
SonoSite gets CE marking for the Edge system.
Brazil’s growing economy makes it attractive to device makers, but the country is off-limits to secondhand dealers.
HeartNavigator gets FDA's OK.
Best in KLAS awards announced.
3Disc, a maker of CR readers, buys a Korean PACS company.
Dems call GOP leaders the "Grinches who stole your Christmas."
Immelt will deliver keynote address at the Radiology Leadership Institute's opening event next July.
Bill freezes a coming 27% Medicare pay cut, but it could fall apart in the House.
University of Michigan, Beth Israel Deaconess physician group among the Pioneer ACOs.
Siemens will stop selling new linacs next year.
MITA says MedPAC confirms spending dip.
McKesson's John H. Hammergen earned $145 million in 2010.
Covidien spins off the branch that makes technetium-99m.
Women make up three-quarters of the health care workforce, but few hospital CEOs are female.
Siemens, GE come out ahead.
Doctors charged with accepting bribes to refer patients to an MRI facility.
Americans love nurses. Members of Congress, not so much.
Choosing Wisely campaign asks medical societies to name 5 unnecessary tests.
Instrument kit allows da Vinci robot to perform single-incision gallbladder surgeries.
Medtronic settles two whistle-blower suits.
Steris and Toshiba will create hybrid operating rooms.
Symmetry Medical to buy Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. for $165 million.
A new survey finds half of those 80 and older are getting mammograms, but should they?
Alzheimer's imaging drugs, health reform's day of reckoning and mobile apps regulations -- all possibly coming next year.
Survey finds smaller clinics most likely to jump on this bandwagon.
The latest study in the battle over screening mammography.
New company to provide "Windows-like platform" for health IT.
Siemens' new chief discusses everything from the European crisis to the future of 7-T MRI.
Respected group examines environmental risk factors for the most common cancer in U.S. women.
Infinity Acute Care System sent to Rush Medical Center gets slapped with a class I recall.
Ex-MD Buyline exec. Mike Clemens will serve as VP of capital equipment and imaging.
Bruce Bodaken says fee-for-service model has been a "disaster for American medicine."
Compares American health care to a "19th century cottage industry."
1 out of 6 large hospitals and health systems are looking to replace their PACS systems.
Siemens Healthcare's new boss describes the potential of 7-T MRI, and PET-MR.
MRI ownership linked to more negative lumbar spine scans.
Americans are exposed to more medical radiation than ever before. And for William Hendee, that's a good thing.
Patient's ignorance called "public health issue."
Women in their 40s with a low-risk factor as likely to develop invasive cancers as women with higher-risk factor, a new study says.
The world's second most populous country moves beyond teleradiology.