Letters from the online editors - November
Ron Paul and "health freedom"
It's not all doom and gloom
Hologic's Selenia Dimensions 3-D digital mammography system is close to approval. But some radiologists want to see more published studies.
DOTmed News' Brendon Nafziger summarizes today's top news headlines.
Therapeutic ultrasound heats up.
AHRA president offers a sneak-peak at this year's show and a look back at his presidency.
Dr. James Slater offers some opinions on where the technology is headed.
There's an app for that -- MedWatcher could make adverse event reporting easier.
Pending research may open new avenues for the technology.
An in-the-works implantable sensor could tell docs if a stent was failing.
Last week IAMERS marked its 20th anniversary with a meeting in Midtown Manhattan.
Researchers net grant to study new ultrasound techniques for children with Crohn's.
At IAMERS' 20th annual meeting, attendees learn how to 'thrive in chaos.'
Growth of "stopgap solution" to slow down after 2014.
But tech won't change everything.
David Goldhill on ways to save America's "catastrophic" health system
Get ready: diagnostic imaging will surpass 1 exabyte of data in three years.
"Big 3" accounted for 3/4ths of imaging equipment sales last year.
4 tips from the experts.
Dr. Paul Carson says the future of ultrasound might be in surgery and as a consumer product.
What some top biomeds have to say about how times are changing in the industry.
Our monthly IT Matters column explores the unstructured data glut.
It may it soon be harder and costlier to bring devices to market.
New challenges are revolutionizing biomed test equipment.
ReMedPar is moving to Aramark Healthcare Technologies' North Carolina home.
2/3rds of departments in the survey are using dashboards.
Without final guidance on mobile medical apps some businesses are "frozen" on the sidelines.
Dr. Topol explains why the relationship between physicians and patients is changing.
Conference preview and Q&A with HCP co-founder Nelson Hendry.
The IDN Summit & Reverse Expo gets underway this month.
This Month in Medical History: April 12, 1938.
Local contractors can now decide to pay for PET oncologic imaging agents.
After a rigorous, four-year approval process, Oxford is now importing in Korea.
Breast density laws drive adoption of supplemental screening tech.
A new survey of medical device companies has turned up some good news and bad news.
328 sites are sending data to the Dose Index Registry.
Faster and fully upgradeable.
Choosing Wisely, phase two.
"How many more need to die before we act?"
The 2012-2013 president reflects on her term and talks about the highlights of the upcoming annual show and conference.
The biggest surgical trade show in the U.S. is celebrating its diamond anniversary.
As a California CT dose-monitoring law goes into effect, vendors push technologies to help rads go "beyond compliance."
Complete Medical Services will sell new Lunar Prodigy DXA scanners.
Dr. Marty Makary shares his predictions for our monthly "future of" column.
Gorillas in the missed.
Are there enough Democrats?