Viztek displayed its web-based, platform-agnostic EHR solution at HIMSS February 24-27. The system is designed to meet Meaningful Use stage 2 requirements.
Claron Technology has received the CE mark for its NilRead zero-footprint viewer in time for the opening of the company’s European headquarters in Hasselt, Belgium. The new office will operate under the leadership of director of sales Tom Tilmans.
Diagnostic Breast Imaging, Third Edition by Sylvia H. Heywang-Koebrunner, MD; Ingrid Schreer, MD; and Susan Barter, MD, published by Thieme, includes advances in mammography, ultrasound, breast MRI, percutaneous interventions, and other imaging technologies.
CrystaLine, a new ultrasound technology from Esaote, offers solutions for bariatric patients and those patients that pose traditional scanning difficulties.
Imaging Forward, a new initiative from the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance, will explore historic innovations over the last two decades and ongoing technology developments such as low-dose computed tomography (LDCT), along with their impact on patient care.
The Synapse VNA from Fujifilm maintains data in a patient-centric system accessible by electronic medical records (EMRs) and other systems, with the goals of enhancing image management and streamlining workflow.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance to the Ysio Max, a digital radiography (DR) system from Siemens offering multiple advances in x-ray (MAX) support features to provide rapid, high-quality imaging.
Monash Health, the largest public health supplier in the state of Victoria, Australia, has announced it will purchase a comprehensive package of Carestream products, including the company’s Vue RIS, Vue PACS, Vue for Vendor Neutral Archive, Vue Beyond, Vue Motion, and MyVue solutions.
A recent analysis conducted by the global consulting firm Milliman and funded by Gamma Medica, a company specializing in molecular breast imaging, found that wide variation exists in the utilization and sequence of medical procedures following breast cancer screening.
Axess Ultrasound has announced it will begin offering probe repair and testing capabilities for the Philips C5-1 and L12-5 probes. Repair to damaged probes can help customers avoid costly replacement fees, which can run thousands of dollars.