A survey of European hospitals predicts DR growth as CR reaches "saturation."
Radiology news from around the world for Nov. 22.
Brock Brady, Ultrasound Transducer Repair Industry Veteran, Joins MedPro as Director of Probe Repair Development
One-month fix falls short of doctor's hopes.
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With the Biograph mMR, a marriage of two modalities.
A DOTmed News exclusive report on the mobile mammography boom.
Cardinal Health wants to increase its presence in the northeast.
Iglehart was 61.
U.S. is number one in having difficulty paying for health care.
Seven-month-old radiology provider raises cash in series C financing round.
Health insurers forked over $86.2 million to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce last year to thwart health reform legislation, according to a Bloomberg report.
Johns Hopkins researchers say two high-slice CT scans are nearly as good as SPECT in diagnosing heart disease.
FDA says one model of the Sigma Infusion Pump can fail suddenly.
Health reform's "jewel in the crown" goes live.
Researchers say model predicts mammography screening saves lives, despite radiation-induced cancer risks.
Half a billion people are expected to use health-related smart phone applications by 2015.
Dr. Richard J. Bing was 101.
In this edition, a multitude of (allegedly) misread mammograms. And Mayo Clinic gets slapped with the first lawsuit over the notorious RT hepatitis C case.
As two pilot unions warn their members to skip the scans, experts argue over the health risks.
Blood test would cost a fraction of a CT head scan.
DR Radchex helps track calibration drift for digital X-rays.
Health care supply contracting company Novation said Friday it named Chris McDown as vice president of custom contracting.
The agency clears GE Healthcare and Toshiba in probe into why almost 400 patients were exposed to too much radiation during CT scans.
Developer of imaging enhancement software to sell Chinese imaging company's products.
Montana radiologist wins settlement after three-year legal battle.
The drug giant hopes to acquire a potentially revolutionary imaging agent for Alzheimer's.
But a whistleblower says the investigation isn't credible.
In this edition, Google honors X-ray's 115th anniversary. Radiographers call off a two-day strike. And an Irish hospital uncovers a backlog of nearly 60,000 X-rays.
Mistake-making doctors and suppliers could be costing the system billions.
Number of doctors with industry links down 12 percent over the last five years.
Researchers receive grants to study everything from end-stage renal facilities to the spread of infection in rural Iowa.
Ailing drug research group sacks 4 percent of its workforce.
Company gets quarter million dollar grant to test breast cancer therapy device.
Direct Medical Imaging hopes to "reacquaint" with old and new friends.
After almost a decade, Dr. Michael Maves will step down.
Georgia rejects $10 car tax to pay for trauma centers.
For the first time, a screening program with CT scans is shown to save lives from lung cancer.
RIS, CVIS, PACS and Reporting Offerings Are Modular, Virtualized, with Images and Results Available on Mobile Devices
National Radiologic Technology Week starts Nov. 7.
Second CR-based digital mammo tech to get FDA approval.
With Republicans capturing the House in Tuesday's elections, the Obama administration's health reform law is on their radar, but experts say shooting it down could be tough.
Capital investment and industry insight to fuel continued growth and build on market leadership position
But says no one wants to "re-litigate" health reform.
A study claims that at least one reimbursement cut might have helped deter unnecessary treatments.
MRI scans could help doctors know if it's safe to administer a stroke-fighting drug, according to a new study.
McKesson expands cancer offerings with deal.
PET scans reveal the way female hormones are concentrated in the brain might be unique to humans.
GE is buying Orbotech Medical Solutions, maker of CZT detectors used in GE's Alcyone technology for nuclear cardiology.
Doctors lobby against 30 percent Medicare pay cut.