Young will be responsible for managing the company's finances and accounting.
Investigation reveals insufficient manufacturing procedures; maker recalls device.
The medical imaging giant will also move a group of its top managers to the new headquarters in Beijing.
A look at what's new in OR tables, lights and surgical microscopes.
Nationwide, hospitals are investing millions in hybrid rooms. Should yours? What to know before you decide.
New technology, staffing models, help reduce costs.
With the purchase of Spirus Medical, Inc., the Tokyo-based tech giant plans to develop new endoscopic systems.
The German isotope tech company will get Bioscan's Radiochemistry and Analytic Instrumentation product lines.
In line with the latest guidelines, AEDs look to deliver more than a shock.
In an increasingly complex health care environment, CE departments look for lighter, faster and multifunctional solutions.
For his time, Dr. Arnall Patz was considered a radical but his experiments preserved the sight of numerous infants.
An update on an investigation of BCBS of Delaware's denials of cardiac stress tests.
In the transition to electronic medical records, providers aren't the only ones who need to deal with changes.
An exclusive Q & A with Dr. Jamshid Maddahi on the results of the Phase 2 clinical trial of Flurpiridaz F 18.
New PET drugs in the pipeline.
The health care giant names Dr. Gregory Sorensen as its new CEO.
Should all young athletes be screened for rare but potentially fatal heart conditions?
Katrina Crist will head the association effective June 27.
The digital imaging company launched Canon Information and Imaging Solutions, Inc. to expand its solutions business.
The association named Dr. Alfred Z. Abuhamad its 29th president.
Mercy's health care supply chain management company also gets new CEO.
Low-dose molecular breast imaging technology demonstrates promising results among women with dense breast tissue.
Experts believe "meaningful use" initiative will ultimately benefit radiology.
R Baby Foundation strives to ensure that every pediatric resident is properly trained.
For third party service providers, one of the persisting challenges is efficiently servicing the latest, high-end equipment.
Ultrasound moves in on mammo's turf.
The surprising truth about America's infant mortality rate.
New texting service provides women tips and reminders throughout their pregnancy.
Health IT executives cite quality data collection and CPOE adoption as top concerns.
Dr. Farzad Mostashari takes on his new post Friday.
Bumb will be in charge of marketing plans.
The new product automates the segregation of pharmaceutical waste.
Ten others are infected; health officials are investigating a bacterial outbreak.
Similar to portable chest X-ray systems, the 32-slice scanner can be moved between departments.
A glimpse at the upcoming conference on environmental sustainability in health care.
The makers need a more rigid training program to ensure accurate scan readings, the agency said.
"Competition is fierce," according to this exclusive report.
Slowly but surely, flat panel technology is making its way into the mobile C-Arm space.
Innovative research is advancing the functionality and feel of artificial limbs.
Wine enthusiasts unite to raise funds for humanitarian action.
The agency is unsatisfied with the facility's notification of affected patients.
Without Congressional action, doctors will suffer a 29.5 percent reimbursement cut come January, says the agency.
Grande is the company's new VP of sales and marketing.
Despite FDA requirement, women are severely underrepresented in clinical trials, a new study finds.
The funding will aid the company's efforts to bring its microchip for the blind to market.
An employee left nearly 200 patient records containing PHI on the train while commuting to work.
According to new survey data, 44 percent of hospitals are on track to qualify for Stage 1 incentives.
A look at the work of the TriMedx Foundation.
Find out in a Q & A with Mark Keene, CTO of Metrasens Ltd.
A U.S. House committee grilled the agency on the efficiency of medical device regulation and its impact on medical innovation.