Calgary Scientific Inc’s enterprise image-viewing solution ResolutionMD has received FDA clearance for diagnostic use with mobile devices for all modalities. The software was found to be equivalent to a PACS or dedicated diagnostic workstation.
The Ontario Association of Radiologists (OAR) has announced its support for the Choosing Wisely Canada (CWC) campaign launched April 2 by the Canadian Medical Association. The campaign, based on a similar effort underway in the United States, aims to raise awareness about appropriate imaging and stimulate physician/patient dialogue about unnecessary procedures that could lead to excessive radiation exposure.
RamSoft and LogicPlus have announced a deal to market RamSoft’s cloud-based PowerServer RIS and PACS technology in Australia, New Zealand, and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Intelerad Medical Systems has announced a series of events in the UK this month to promote the opening of their Manchester office and to highlight the company’s IntelePACS system.
Schuylkll Medical Imaging of Pennsylvania will begin offering computed tomography in addition to its magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services.
The American Society of Technologic Radiologists has announced the election of three new officers to serve on its 2014-2015 board of directors in the positions of president-elect, vice president, and secretary-treasurer.
An article published today (April 2, 2014) in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) explores the benefits and risks of mammography screening, and the authors’ conclusions are stirring up controversy.
Raleigh Radiology has adopted the Language Access Network’s Marrti solution, a handheld device that gives users instant, around-the-clock access to live interpreters of more than 210 languages.
Siemens and the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Stand Up to Cancer program are spearheading “The Baton Pass,” a campaign that aims to shorten the time it takes to translate new therapies from the research lab into clinical practice.
Nightshift Radiology, a national teleradiology service specializing in primary reads for community-based clients, has announced the addition of board-certified radiologist Charles Hoo, MD, to its team.