A recent study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology has identified new radiological signs of potentially dangerous slippage of laparoscopically adjustable gastric bands in bariatric patients.
Claron Technology has announced a partnership with Medishare, an Italian telehealth system provider, to integrate Claron’s family of Nil zero-footprint viewers into the Medishare PACS and RIS solutions available throughout Italy.
During a recent webinar hosted by research firm Frost & Sullivan (“Innovating Radiology: Is It in You?”), Ray Montecalvo, MD, medical director for Virtual Radiologic (vRad), outlined how the current environment has affected imaging providers.
A new study finds that among patients receiving both tomosynthesis and mammography exams, women with dense breasts received about the same dose from each. For women with low-density breasts, the dose received from tomosynthesis was significantly higher.
The SIIM Annual Meeting presents the education, research, and innovative practices that are improving patient care and decreasing healthcare costs.
Introduced by Representative Charlie Dent (R-Pa) and Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act would eliminate cost barriers to colonoscopies for Medicare seniors.
New York Imaging Service has completed installation of new digital imaging systems for New York Methodist Hospital in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.
Todd Minnigh, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing development for Carestream, will discuss how international health care facilities adapt to cost constraints while providing high-quality care during the AHRA 2014 Association for Medical Imaging Management conference in August.
Mirada Medical, a multi-modality cancer imaging specialist, and RefleXion Medical, a developer of radiation therapy equipment, are collaborating to explore the viability of RefleXion’s PET-guided radiotherapy system in fighting cancer. The two companies will present an initial study Thursday, July 24 at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine annual meeting in Austin, Tex.
NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes broke ground on a new 50,000 square-foot facility in Wisconsin to supports its effort to produce a domestic source of molybdenum-99, the parent isotope of technetium-99m, the most widely used radioisotope in medical imaging.