Wallingford, Conn. is Hitachi's new U.S. ultrasound home.
Korean free trade agreement bill offset with MR, CT payment cuts.
The Joint Commission says its two-year-old project can help find and fix risks linked with surgery foul-ups.
Screening between 414 to 519 women could prevent one breast cancer death, study says.
Ailing loggerhead turtle gets scan to allay tumor fears.
With RightFit Service Agreements, Philips continues service business push.
Late 1990s, early 2000s guidelines had little affect on treatment rates, researchers say.
Analysts say India presents challenges to U.S. companies.
Philips buys Swedish company's MicroDose Mammography division.
Optima XR220amx, Optima XR200amx and Brivo XR285amx are all FDA cleared.
Study finds no cancer link with CT scans.
Ill. attorney general takes company to court over alleged "high-pressure sales" tactics.
Bill requiring breast density risks be shared with women becomes state law.
Mass. company will use technology with its single-room proton therapy system.
Fortune 500 company to acquire firm that makes IT products for health plans.
GPO survey says some hospitals predict less money for capital projects.
A bone growth product raises questions.
Biodex product manager will take SNM on the road.
Some hospitals say they've taken steps to combat high double-scan rates.
Carestream says DRX systems are selling well.
Philips buys AllParts in a bid to boost its multi-vendor capabilities.
Philips and Rosatom could build PET, SPECT scanners with Russian buyers in mind.
Coming soon to North Texas?
Improving stroke care could save Canada billions, national study says.
Mark Hogendobler and Tony Fossile join Digisonics.
Good news for MRIs in Europe.
Navy says MRIs heading to Afghanistan will be the first MRIs sent by the U.S. to a combat theater.
First look at MGMA's 2011 doctor salary survey.
Philips gets a warning letter over Cleveland plant.
A Calif. radiologist is accused of running a workers' compensation insurance fraud scheme.
More than 110,000 imaging catheters affected by recall.
Minn. pharma startup Humanetics nets $3.5 million radiation protection drug contract.
Accuray-TomoTherapy deal is complete.
Necklace or watch-sized 'jamming shield' could prevent potentially deadly attacks.
Engineering giant buys Dexela Limited.
Regius Sigma gets 510(k) clearance.
A survey finds that CT utilization has grown 6 percent per year since 2007.
Proposed development includes highest-energy commercial cyclotron in the U.S.
Jana Chambliss is the new director of quality compliance.
Siemens Healthcare said Friday its hybrid PET-MRI scanner received Food and Drug Administration clearance.
Radiologist whistle-blowers to pocket $600,000.
Shareholders approve radiation oncology companies' merger.
Public-private partnership hopes to have a working prototype in three years.
High-magnetic fields can reduce blood viscosity by 20-30 percent, scientists say.
Device lobby doesn't want to penalize early adopters of new technology.
Frederic H. Fahey named president-elect at SNM 2011 this week.
Habitual marijuana smoking seems to decrease the number of receptors in the brain for the drug's active ingredient.
Integrated whole-body PET-MR technology allows simultaneous acquisition of high-quality MR and PET data, researchers say.
Lantheus Medical Systems touted findings on two positron emission tomography agents.
Al D'Andrea and Glenn Phillips join TriMedx.