NIH, FDA team up to accelerate device and drug trials.
Recession might be over, but U.S. charitable giving is still depressed.
Virtual Radiologic said Monday it would buy rival teleradiology group NightHawk Radiology for nearly $170 million.
Caritas Christi executives threatened to shut the doors on two hospitals in their six-hospital system if the controversial sale to a New York private equity firm is thwarted, according to media reports.
New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center said information was "inadvertently" made publicly accessible on the Internet.
A Joint Commission report finds accredited hospitals making progress, but work remains.
Hyland hopes to expand health care offerings.
Nine out of 10 emergency departments offer services like flu shots and diabetes screening. But should they?
Awards go to Agfa, Fuji.
A survey of hundreds of U.S. physicians found that while most know about the carrot Medicare is dangling to encourage adoption of electronic health records, many don't know about the stick.
Sixth buy this year for America's No. 1 health insurance company.
Woman says misdiagnosis led to morphine addiction.
ONC picks 17-year-old security IT firm.
An influential task force still advises against routine testicular cancer screening.
More than 56,000 adverse events over the past five years
Boston Scientific is buying asthma product developer
DOTmed News spoke with AdvaMed about a recent trip to China to make the Chinese market a "level playing field."
Ultrasound-guided procedures have 0.1 percent infection rate.
New data on hospital and medical costs show steady growth in prices.
Some industry-watchers smell trouble.
Now at the helm of GE Healthcare Surgery, Shrawder talks to DOTmed News about how he intends to strengthen refurbished and value offerings for GE C-Arms.
First it was Catholic groups, now rival hospitals worry about sale of non-profit system to N.Y. private equity firm.
Remote radiology business Teleradiology Solutions inked a deal with one of India's biggest biotech company to do remote clinical trial reads.
The country's ninth proton center opens earlier than expected
Regulatory reforms, capital crunches and captives’ new game plan. Here’s a brief peak at the near-future of capital equipment leasing.
Kaiser Permanente of Georgia, a division of the Kaiser Permanente national managed care organization, has selected Accelarad's SeeMyRadiology.com cloud-based imaging platform for the communication of imaging exams to their hospitalists and referring practices in Metro Atlanta.
The medical device industry says "link between fees and performance has broken down."
Study of hundreds of patients backs up link between abdominal radiotherapy and diabetes developing decades later.
FDA tells DOTmed News it's already at work on "draft guidance."
30-year industry vet Anita Tollstadius to take top spot.
Outpatient imaging chain buys PACS developer for almost $11 million.
Using sophisticated mathematics, MRI scans might be able to help doctors spot abnormal developments before symptoms appear.
But is it a good thing?
After marathon 30-hour negotiation, strike might be off.
FDA says Magnevist, Omniscan and Optimark associated with greater risk of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in patients with severe kidney disease.
Varian adds to its security portfolio with the MCS-80 tube.
The High Flux reactor in Petten, Netherlands is now running at full power.
New Amerinet agreements
MedIC, a new medical product lobby, hopes to clear regulatory hurdles.
Imaging center chain RadNet Inc. inked a deal to buy five New Jersey imaging centers and own half of a sixth from Progressive Health LLC and affiliates.
But researchers warn they can't rule out a connection.
A PricewaterhouseCoopers survey finds growing support for cell phone health programs.
The bane of kitchens could help fight the bane of hospitals
Indian rads oppose plan to let government snoop on ultrasounds, according to the Indian press.
New partnership will shore up moly availability once a new French reactor goes online in 2015.
From ape language to Alzheimer's, MBF Bioscience's brain-mapping and 3D reconstruction software is helping to read our minds. A DOTmed News exclusive profile.
CCHIT and Drummond Group are the first groups able to certify electronic health record technology to help providers meet "meaningful use" criteria.
From Syria to Thailand, countries where you can't sell your used medical equipment. A DOTmed News exclusive presentation.
MRI cooling vet leaves Genesis Medical Imaging.
First commercial shipment of moly-99 produced using low-enriched uranium reaches the U.S.