Carestream Sells 1,500th DRX-1 Detector

Carestream Health recently sold its 1,500th wireless, cassette-size CARESTREAM DRX-1 detector. The company’s popular DRX-based systems enable healthcare providers to boost productivity while enhancing patient care. The DRX-1 system features

RBMA Objects to Current Meaningful Use Regulations

New RBMA paper outlines the challenges for radiologists, including concerns such as the vast majority of current RIS/PACS products being unlikely to meet the regulatory definition of “certified EHR technology.”


The Economics of ACOs

From a technology standpoint, EHRs, CPOE, and decision support tools will play a major role as ACOs gain momentum. Steven Gerst, MD, MBA, MPH, CHE More than likely, ACOs of various forms are here to stay. They are the most politicall

GE Opens New Life Sciences Laboratory in Sweden

GE Healthcare has opened the GE Healthcare Life Sciences Demonstration Laboratory in Stockholm, Sweden, and will plan joint research collaborations with SciLifeLab scientists. The Life Sciences Demonstration Laboratory, which will be staffed by a

Trial Tests Dose-Intensive TMZ Plus Radiotherapy Effects

In the randomized trial, Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG) 0525 Phase III Trial Comparing Conventional Adjuvant Temozolomide with Dose-Intensive Temozolomide in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma, no significant improvement in overall


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APEX Surgical Lighting from Philips Burton The APEX surgical lighting solutions from Philips Burton, Chatsworth, Calif, have a 4200 Kelvin color temperature and a 95 CRI, creating high-intensity, pure white lighting. APEX features a durab

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Magnetic Appeal

The MRI machine’s power of attraction is that it continues to adapt to meet new demands. Whether you’re 5 or 55, chances are good that you’ll be getting an MRI sometime in the next year. MRI is one of the most common imaging procedures. In fa


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CR/DR delivers everywhere from the ER to the NICU.