The Central Pennsylvania health system will bring $14.5 million in Toshiba equipment to its multiple locations.
The East Brunswick, N.J., company announced today that the Navy and several Veterans Affairs medical centers have selected to purchase its flat-panel DR solutions.
DRA cuts, which have taken a toll on GE’s diagnostic imaging business, contributed to less than 400 workers being let go from the company’s Waukesha, Wis., facility.
Advocating for national coverage for CT colonography, the ACR, SGR, and SCBT-MR yesterday urged CMS to reimburse providers for the screening exam.
The enhanced product, set for worldwide release by the end of this month, allows clinicians to view patient files and imaging studies from the desktop.
Understanding that the lease or purchase of major capital equipment is a significant investment, the North Andover, Mass.-based company has announced a program that provides flexible financing options to aid new customers.
The two companies will work together to integrate NSI’s application with In Touch Health’s telestroke offering.
The FDA has identified the Iobenguane I 123 injection, used for the detection of neuroendocrine tumors, as a product that addresses unmet medical needs.
With more than 35 years working for Fuji, Hiroaki Tada will assume the chief executive role and oversee U.S. sales and service for the companys Medical Imaging, Science Systems, and Non-Destructive Testing divisions.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is reconsidering the National Coverage Determination (NCD) for positron emission tomography (PET) in oncology based on a request from the National Oncologic PET Registry (NOPR) working gr