Hologic acquired Sentinelle Medical for $85 million.
The union needs 51 percent of its members to vote in favor of the contract.
The third annual show expects 200 attendees and nearly 50 vendors.
The government is allocating big bucks to encourage disadvantaged students to enter health care and provide an incentive to teach nursing.
Unnecessary ER X-rays were reduced through a center-wide policy, according to a study.
A settlement was reached Thursday afternoon.
The Manhattan hospital agreed to sell its former staff house in the West Village of New York City.
A Veterans Affairs hospital reported improper cleaning of dental tools.
FUJIFILM medical imaging and FUJINON's imaging products complement each other.
The company only bought Solvay Pharmaceuticals in February
Nonprofit CURE foundation will open its first cancer clinic at the end of the year in Maryland.
The 12,000 Minnesota nurses will hold an open-ended strike next week unless negotiations are successful.
New preventive health benefits are proposed under the Affordable Care Act.
The illness has killed five infants, all under three months.
The Aprima 2011 also includes special pediatric features.
The new test is even more sensitive in detecting the 2009 H1N1 virus than earlier tests.
George Fraza brings 23 years of experience to the company.
The company is the first to win this certification, which bases approval on "ideal" standards.
A new study reveals the mass media have influence on influenza.
If contractual demands are not met 12,000 Minnesota nurses will strike again.
Hospital personnel tend to tune out the incessant beeping and buzzing of new safety equipment.
John Brede leaves friends and coworkers who remember his "infectious laugh."
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware will no longer require doctors to receive permission for nuclear stress test coverage.
San Francisco's mayor has 10 days to approve the ordinance, which would become law.
Still unable to renegotiate with employers, 12,000 nurses will vote for a longer strike.
A study found a decreased incidence of some cancers in regular coffee drinkers.
Fines imposed after ARC fails to comply with federal laws and regulations related to blood supply.
For anyone who has ever had a meal so delicious that it's been dreamed about ever since with the realization it could never be created exactly again, there's hope.
Bill Sheehan brings experience from Microsoft and Intel.
The city is taking steps to inform consumers about cell phone radiation.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services allocated a quarter of a billion dollars in an effort to recruit and educate primary care physicians.
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Practice Greenhealth recognized Ascent for its green initiatives.
The open house impressed visitors last week.
Clinicians should follow the new screening guidelines put out by the American Cancer Society and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to avoid undue anxiety.
Experts weigh in on what issues are raised and how they should be confronted after the J. Craig Venter Institute unveiled the first self-replicating synthetic bacterial cell.
Oral cancer tumors with HPV might be more susceptible to radiation treatment, a new study found.
The company will offer its imaging services to Premier's member hospitals.
A study released at SNM shows promise in higher-quality images.
DOTmed News reporters Olga Deshchenko and Lindsay Grystar provide an overview of the 57th SNM annual meeting, which concluded Wednesday in Salt Lake City.
The organization plans to enhance radiologists' learning experience with new technology and world-renowned researchers.
Thursday's strike in Minnesota did not affect patient care, said a hospital spokeswoman.
A new law passed this week that requires insurance companies to receive approval of premium increases.
A health and technology corridor in Cleveland will focus on development in the biomedical field, bringing together world-renowned institutions.
A CMS/CDC joint study found alarming numbers when it comes to compliance with infection control practices.
DOTmed News' Lindsay Grystar and Olga Deshchenko cover this year's SNM annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A Georgia hospital destroyed in 2007 is slowly rebuilding.
A new vaccine targets a protein found in breast cancers to prevent tumors from developing.
The company now has about 90 devices on its reprocessing list.
Kel Callahan will lead the company as his father retires.