“Gold mine for an identity thief" turned over to local hospital
Raised concerns for disparity between primary and sub-specialist care
May cut patient transfers by nearly one-third, save thousands of dollars per child
Incident not uncommon, and underscores importance of compliance programs
The referring doctor is seen as best source of info, although a majority of patients also want to view their radiology report
Pre-operative brain mapping may reduce brain surgery damage
Research funded by feds to save lives offers faster, cheaper testing
Legislation asks for $10 million to improve EHR interoperability, AHA says don't take it from hospitals
Lifestyle changes may be just as effective — not to mention safer and more economical
Heroic efforts in child-friendly medicine
Dr. Emanuel Kanal says radiologist insight is need in contrast MRI planning
Without proper action, ICD-10 deadlines may exacerbate the issue
Researchers from Johns Hopkins found that education reduces anxiety and allows for better images
Playing up kid-friendly imaging will improve your bottom line
Study finds inpatients wait longer for care than community-based cases
British study results indicate new lower radiation dose protocol for kids
A pilot program from Ochsner Health System thinks it could be
CCTA is a welcome development.
Find out how LeadingAge helps baby boomers and the services associated with aging
Report stirs different viewpoints.
Exploring the trends through thought leader insights
Find out how the CEO of LCMC Health is handling health care in New Orleans post-Katrina
Imaging has yielded 'important insights" into the progress of hand osteoarthritis
Peripheral-blood assessment could be a less costly alternative
Study offers profound insight for hospitals, which will be penalized under the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program that CMS is starting
PET/CT cardiac imaging scanners offer significantly improved diagnostic outcomes with lower radiation doses than the more common SPECT technology, according to a new study
Treatment options used to diagnosis the five million patients annually who suffer chest pain should be reconsidered, according to study
Find out how Teri Fontenot meets the challenges her hospital faces
The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services is set to ratchet up accountability for hospitals
Submissions to the ESR journal European Radiology were up 16 percent for a total of 2,100, of which 20 percent are selected for publication, according to ESR reports
Today’s Honorary Lecture: Dr. John A. Brink, Radiologist-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital and Juan M. Taveras, Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School
The 2015 European Congress of Radiology Annual Conference began March 4, with more than 20,000 attending.
Dr. Anne Osborn, the Nikola Tesla honorary lecturer at the European Society of Radiology Annual Congress, spoke with DOTmed about the latest in radiogenomics
Olympus Corp. of the Americas is facing suits for infections allegedly stemming from use of its duodenoscopes
How imaging informatics quickly transformed the change-agent role in ACA translation
"Patient Demands and Requests for Cancer Tests and Treatments" looks at the impact of patient-driven requests on care
Watching a DVD before the procedure can help improve patient experience – and MR results
Read Stephens Mundy's thoughts on the latest changes to the healthcare sector
Hospitals must evaluate - and follow - their financial assistance policies, and implement new IRS rules.
The CEO of American Hospital Dubai in UAE talks about his unique role
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CEO, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, talks with HCBN about her organization's goals
Where does medical tourism fit in today's health care environment?
A new study from GBI Research indicates that rising silver prices might impact digital imaging systems purchases.
Danish-based AGITO Medical has been rolling out a new fleet of mobile medical trailers across Europe.
Carestream Health moves forward with its next-generation mobile DR system
Partnership for Patients seeks to accelerate progress in hospitals
Three new studies from India, China and Middle East expose the extent of the problem in new data presented at the World Congress of Cardiology