First Naviscan scanners arrive in Europe.
MGMA-ACMPE survey looks at what makes a medical practice excel.
Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc. said Monday it has installed its 1,200th Vantage MRI system.
Annika Andrews will take the helm of Seattle's in-development proton therapy center.
With HIMSS 2012 just around the corner, DOTmed News talks with Nuance about language understanding's medical future.
HealWell launches in the Middle East this week.
South Florida Radiation Oncology opts for smaller-footprint system.
More competition will help drive the market.
Biomed testing equipment company hires Ian Fisher.
Nader Rad promoted to VP and general counsel.
The Accent MRI comes to India.
Economic "turbulence" and missing tax credit to blame.
Are poor patients more likely to get higher doses of medical radiation?
Market should reach $5.4 billion by 2017.
Varian books a $77 million order for new proton therapy center.
Accuray Inc. announces first Mexican installation of CyberKnife.
Fujifilm's SonoSite buyout begins.
New COO, VPs also named.
"Improper usage," not manufacturing "deficiencies," likely to blame, FDA says.
Less than a year after joining Toshiba, the general manager is promoted to president.
Carestream touts patent awards.
As new applications for cardiac imaging emerge, an industry scientist says clinical 7T MRI might one day come into its own.
Tool might speed up treatment planning.
Company's sixth center worldwide will offer classes in February.
Riverain Technologies' software could make finding lung cancer nodules easier.
86 percent of patient harm events slip through the incident reporting system cracks.
Accuray touts CyberKnife, TomoTherapy sales.
Logiq E9 ultrasound transducers now repaired by Unisyn.
The Brivo NM615 SPECT system cleared for U.S. markets.
In December, U.S. hospitals hired 10,000 people.
IBA to retain minority stake in new company.
Mayo CEO responds to New York Times column.
New home is 30 miles outside Boston.
Gov't touts new rules to slash administrative costs.
Deadline pushed back to August.
ASRT to publish CT edition of peer-reviewed Radiologic Technology.
From high-powered MRIs to a possible cheaper surgical robot - tech high-level execs should keep an eye on.
Strategic Supply Sourcing can support multiple MMIS, McKesson says.
Funds will help launch new products.
Medrad, Invivo and IRadimed covered by Premier contract.
Former GE Healthcare executive to manage service operations.
Medical technology non-profit gets new director.
Dan Heitzhausen will handle patient monitor sales and rentals.
GPO makes PACS maker an approved supplier.
Contrast agents coated with glycol chitosan could help doctors find cancers.
Some records contained Social Security numbers.
The FDA launches a new reprocessing device website.
NPD survey shows most small practices polled intend to spend thousands of dollars on tablets over the next year.
OIG asks CMS to put the portable X-ray service industry under closer scrutiny.