Samsung Medison is born.
Doctors need to perform twice as many procedures as once thought to reach "minimal competency."
Ex-Viant chief Dan Thomas joins Provista.
Boston Scientific Corporation releases the Expect Needle.
Hot endoscopy, women's urology products wrongly labeled.
Dogs could replace drugs for some anxious patients.
Bismuth shields can help lower rad dose to breasts during chest CT scans.
A new radiology staffing company is born.
At one hospital, the wait for a screening mammogram was 148 days in FY 2009.
Researchers say USPSTF guidelines might be to blame.
The MicroDose Mammography system gets 510(k) clearance.
At a two-day AAMI meeting, industry leaders suggest a unified name for the field of patient equipment care.
Max Baucus (D-Mont.) asks the device giant why it killed contracts with Novation.
Air India strike leads to shortages.
Potential 2012 presidential contender Newt Gingrich slams hospital confidentiality agreements.
Agency issues draft guidance for cleaning reusable medical devices.
Inaugural symposium to be held May 27 in Charleston.
Medicare plan will pay hospitals for quality, not quantity, of care.
Medicare claims for intensity-modulated radiation therapy jump tenfold.
The imaging agent could help with heart, lymph node scans.
Texas-based ambulatory surgical center owner Northstar moves into the radiation therapy market.
The ultrasound service company expands with three new hires.
AdvaMed fears Medicare's ACO model could become a "roadblock" for medical innovation.
Captain America star brings famous safety needle lawsuit to the big screen.
Vital Images gets bought by its biggest customer.
FDA reverses course on e-cigarettes.
CMS to pay for MRI scans with Medtronic's RevoMRI pacemaker.
Ex-Siemens executive to drive Toshiba's U.S. multi-modality business.
AMA's performance measurement group proposes nearly a dozen measures to cut down on unnecessary CT exams.
NEC to provide image analysis software for high-speed path lab scanners.
Ultrasound makes up almost one-third of the market.
Record oil and silver prices drive up the cost of film stock.
Robot could help doctors place stents remotely.
The public wants to tax the rich instead.
For Michigan doctors, it's now safe to say, "I'm sorry."
Yes, at least in Australia, according to a new study.
Until robust image transfer networks work, CD import policies are the next best thing.
IBA gets 25.2 percent stake in PET Net to increase German presence.
Newer technologies promise to bring proton therapy centers within financial reach of more hospitals. Will they? And perhaps more importantly, should they?
Hybrid device could be in production in 5 years.
Rep. Jackie Speier tries again with loophole-closing legislation.
KIS developed by same team that made the McSleepy anesthesia robot.
The 64-slice Scenaria CT gets FDA's OK.
State health inspectors found nearly two dozen cases at a Brooklyn hospital where preterm babies received "improper" X-rays.
Sloan to step down as director of equipment procurement Thursday.
GAO criticizes the FDA for not acting faster on reclassifying devices.
Report: more than one-third of the medical equipment in the U.S. is leased.
Medical device companies cheer $1 billion patient safety program.
ContextVision to unveil new technology, US PLUSView, at the AIUM meeting in New York this week.
Investigators hope to bring MRI imaging into the NICU.