New combined system for planning and delivering radiosurgery treatments.
Dale Cover promoted to president of RSTI.
Quality bonuses turn to quality penalties.
IBA and Apollo Hospitals partner to bring India its first proton center.
New consulting firm will focus on cutting away inefficiencies in hospitals.
GE Healthcare's Bud DeGraff weighs in on what hospitals should know about medical device networks.
New version could replace pre-procedure advanced imaging for cardiac arrhythmia treatment.
Modifications will impact every patient's health records.
BC Technical made an official announcement about the deal this week.
A "game-changer" for imaging a patient's esophageal lining and screening for precancerous conditions.
The deal went into effect at the start of the new year.
Michigan-based company wants to increase its global presence.
Informed decision-making should be embraced.
A new report highlights growth areas for molecular imaging.
Revised rule applies to the hardship exception option for certain radiologists.
GE Healthcare's flutemetamol could help detect Alzheimer's disease.
Grant will help develop and test cloud-based technology.
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Bonuses will be replaced by penalties for physicians who do not meet PQRS requirements.
The two companies signed a non-exclusive agreement.
The Billerica, Mass.-based Lantheus announced the renewal of the long-term distribution agreement.
New study shows that PET/CT could help detect additional and distant lesions when compared with other imaging.
Her new role is effective immediately.
Hospitals, imaging centers will be affected by the cuts that go into effect this year and next.
The news came a few days before the New Year.
Certain devices can make all the difference in accelerating patient decision-making.
A new study gives MRI quantitative backing for scanning patients with Alzheimer's and dementia.
The two associations slowly become one.
The latest updates about the first annual National Association for Proton Therapy show.
Here's what to expect for the show in February.
Mother searches far and wide to make autistic son's Christmas wish come true.
A bill was introduced into the Ohio Senate that would require doctors to tell women if they have dense breasts.
A special report in JACR figures out where radiology fits in with certain parts of health care reform.
Final CMS rule includes 32 percent decrease in revenue for complex proton therapy cases.
ECRI Institute shares some of the best practices from health care professionals who have directly dealt with the challenges of high-impact recalls.
MDUFA II could impact resellers and small, mid-size device companies.
A new study finds that U.S. hospitals plan to purchase vendor neutral archives and invest in advanced visualization solutions.
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Letter urges senate majority leader to halt tax and find long-term solution.
CMS wants more CED for future medical technologies in new guidance rules.
Amyloid imaging is just beginning to gain acceptance for diagnosing Alzheimer's.
Speakers at the annual mHealth Summit spoke about docs using mobile apps to engage with patients.
There's more to it than pulling up and dropping off
CMS is being urged to put in place stronger payment safeguards for the billion dollar program.
This year's show attracted attendees beyond the sunshine state.
Here's what stood out most at this year's show.
Philips continues to improve its imaging portfolio.
A new study in Radiology, and a focus at RSNA, builds the case for breast tomosynthesis.
The newest player in medical equipment shows off its ultrasound product line.
The Medica trade fair still displays the entire range of medical products, but IT has an increased presence.