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How GPT-4 can enhance ER admission predictions with generative AI

The software's ability to explain its rationale offers a new dimension to AI in medical decision-making

First-of-its-kind study will assess MR-guided brain procedures

AiM Medical Robotics and Brigham and Women's Hospital partner on lead placement for DBS

Researchers obtain 3T quality whole-body MR images on a 0.05T scanner

Hong Kong team utilizes deep learning to make helium unnecessary

Lunit touts 100 peer-reviewed papers on AI medical imaging

Volume of research demonstrates efficacy and efficiency of AI in healthcare

Ezra direct-to-consumer MR expands New Jersey presence

Partnership with Princeton Radiology adds facilities in the Central and Northern regions of the state

Amid restructure, Bayer nixes 1,500 roles in the first quarter of the year

Shifting to a Dynamic Shared Ownership (DSO) operating model

Ophthalmologist sentenced for scheming over $3 million in false claims

Received kickbacks for ordering medically unnecessary TCD scans

Maine Medical Center to open $378 million tower

Includes 96 private rooms, 10 operating rooms, and nine procedure rooms

Jefferson and Lehigh Valley to combine health systems

Combining 30 hospitals and over 700 care sites, supported by more than 65,000 employees

Bipartisan bill seeks to revamp Medicare's radiation oncology payments

A step toward episode-based payments and away from fee-for-service

Magazine Features

Research charities thoroughly before making your donations

December 16, 2016

Even in the spirit of giving, there is no substitute for due diligence

Deinstallation: It always looks easier on paper!

December 13, 2016

A checklist never hurts when planning and executing a major project

The mobile medical imaging market is expanding amid hospital budget pressures

December 09, 2016

A growth period for flexible imaging options

The top 10 trends and takeaways from RSNA 2016

December 07, 2016

We went 'beyond imaging' and this is what we found...

The state of X-ray in the age of the ‘value-based’ compensation model

November 28, 2016

Top doctors, leading radiologists offer insights

Radiographic and fluoroscopic: what's new?

November 22, 2016

New releases have lined up with key trends in health care

CR/DR – Reimbursement cuts moving hospitals to digital radiography?

November 17, 2016

What are the economics and what are your options?

Radiographic/fluoroscopic equipment: pricing analysis

November 14, 2016

Interest in flat panel detector-⁠based systems

The medical chiller owner’s survival guide

October 21, 2016

...Or, how not to lose your cool

With the latest cutting-edge capabilities, MR enters new diagnostic frontiers

October 17, 2016

Checking in with one of the best tools for imaging soft tissue

MR coils: the pursuit of a better signal-to-noise ratio

October 10, 2016

Researchers develop a high-⁠temperature superconducting coil

Health care’s reliance on helium deflates amid price increase

October 07, 2016

Some say they're paying 30 percent more per liter now than five years ago

How to take the best care of your MR coils

October 05, 2016

Why do coils break and what can you do to extend their life?

Faster technology, stricter regulations are taking CT to the next level

September 23, 2016

A run down on the trends and breakthroughs shaping CT

Opening a proton therapy center

September 19, 2016

Most new proton therapy centers must overcome daunting challenges to succeed

Radiation oncology: MR and CT taking on bigger roles

September 16, 2016

An in-depth look at evolving treatments and the imaging behind them

A moving target: changes coming to the X-ray tube market

September 07, 2016

Are lower prices on their way for replacement tubes?

An in-depth look at the FDA’s refurb docket

August 01, 2016

The pursuit of service oversight standards that won't limit hospital options

Changes come faster than ever for imaging professionals

July 27, 2016

Staff used to working normal schedules must now cut hours

From breast exams to childbirth, ultrasound is gaining momentum

July 13, 2016

More than two dozen states now have dense breast notification laws

Bone Densitometry – A fractured system

July 12, 2016

Why detecting and preventing bone loss needs additional reimbursement

Patients have more choices than ever for breast imaging

July 10, 2016

Considering alternative techniques in addition to mammography

Will breast tomosynthesis completely replace 2-D mammo?

July 04, 2016

Questions to consider regarding the future of breast cancer screening

What’s driving the popularity of certain radiopharmaceuticals?

June 17, 2016

An up-close look at a booming industry

Molecular imaging market expands amid challenges

June 15, 2016

PET and SPECT: the good, the bad and the future

Imaging Informatics – The only constant is change in the PACS marketplace

June 13, 2016

It is more like a metamorphosis than a radical transformation

Data management – Top 10 apps set to change health care

June 07, 2016

Welcome apps in an industry historically reluctant to embrace change

Building and designing the infusion device of the future

May 30, 2016

A look at where these devices have been and the direction they're moving in

CMS regulations, IT integration, competition impacting HTMs

May 22, 2016

The tall task faced by clinical engineers

Viewpoints - Clinical engineers speak out on training, new equipment, OEMs

May 18, 2016

Staying afloat as lines blur between IT and medical equipment

Focused Ultrasound – A technology that has reached the tipping point

May 02, 2016

Checking in with the rapid growth of one of health care's most exciting new technologies

Special Procedures: What's New?

March 18, 2016

From the March issue of HCB News magazine

Cardiology: Special Report

March 16, 2016

A spotlight on innovations taking place in cardiology

Mobile C-arms: Is the era of flat panel detectors and 3-D technology upon us?

March 10, 2016

From the March issue of HCB News magazine

Cybersecurity: effective strategies must protect medical devices

February 25, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

EHRs: is it easier to pay the penalty than meet the requirements?

February 09, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

Where do vendors believe PACS is heading?

February 08, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

RTLS/RFID points to life-saving potential that may surprise

February 04, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

Best of the Year 2015

December 30, 2015

The health care professionals honored in their respective fields

When do OEMs use special logistics and rigging companies, and when should you?

December 30, 2015

From the December issue of HCB News magazine

How to make renting a crane an uplifting experience

December 14, 2015

10 tips on making light work of heavy lifting

Charity – Communities making a difference for local hospitals

December 08, 2015

The Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk and BRA Day Pittsburgh

Will the 'Save Rural Hospitals Act' save rural hospitals?

December 06, 2015

From the December issue of HCB News magazine

Provider Radiation Safety – Two views

November 29, 2015

Dr. Lori M. Weir and Dr. John Racadio on the topic of radiation safety for radiologists

Ultrasound Technology: Q&A with Dr. James Trotter

November 09, 2015

Advances in ultrasound have helped diagnose liver disease and related illnesses

Q&A with Joel Yuhas, President and CEO of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center

November 06, 2015

The challenges of today and the forecast for tomorrow

There is more to proton shielding than meets the eye

October 12, 2015

Comparing the challenges of proton shielding with that of linear accelerators

MR shielding: don’t cut corners

September 16, 2015

Find out why it does not pay to cut corners with your MR environment

The rules of attraction: safety in the MR environment

September 15, 2015

From the September issue of HCB News magazine

Disaster Preparedness - What we learned from Sandy and Katrina

August 28, 2015

What we can learn from natural disasters.