MedInformatix, an electronic health records solutions provider, recently announced the launch of a new online community during the company’s client summit in New Orleans.
Carestream will provide a cloud-based teleconsultation portal to enable physicians at the Instituto Giannina Gaslini Children’s Hospital in Genoa, Italy to offer around-the-clock, multilingual pediatric telemedicine services to MSC Cruises, a privately owned European cruise line.
At its upcoming meeting May 17-25, 2015, American College of Radiology will focus its clinical education courses on issues surrounding breast density.
The American College of Radiology Foundation has launched new Global Humanitarian Awards recognizing individuals and organizations working to improve access to medical imaging throughout the United States and in low and middle-income countries.
Carestream Health has partnered with UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, a NY-based provider, to develop a new cone beam CT technology aimed at treating knee injuries.
Health Gorilla, an online healthcare marketplace that provides clinicians with access to more than 35,000 radiology centers, has signed a multi-year agreement to extend the 3D mammography services of Breast Imaging Specialists, a women’s imaging provider based in Los Gatos, Calif.
Barco has released the results of a survey conducted by the independent research agency The MarkeTech Group asking 223 radiologists, “What makes a good read?” MarkeTech found that increased imaging volumes, imaging study complexity, and ergonomic challenges ranked among the top concerns.
The New York Mets have renewed their relationship with New York Imaging Service and upgraded to advanced equipment to enable faster workflow.
Led by the American College of Radiology, the Society of Breast Imaging, and the American Society of Breast Disease, the MammographySavesLives.org awareness campaign uses television and radio announcements to encourage women aged 40 and older to receive regular mammograms.
The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Engineering has awarded the Radiological Society of North America $1.27 million to fund research by the Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance, a group dedicated to advancing quantitative imaging.