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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

Special HIT report: Meaningful Use stage 2

February 22, 2013

Many facilities feel some apprehension about stage 2 requirements.

10 must-have apps for medical imaging

February 11, 2013

There are almost 1 million apps. Here are 10 you should use.

Q&A with Willa Fields, HIMSS board chair

February 06, 2013

Fields talks about her experience with HIMSS, the show and more.

Special report: Hospital food goes gourmet

January 18, 2013

Sustainable food services offer tasty meals and green choices beyond lime Jell-O.

Special Report: Step-by-step sustainability

January 11, 2013

How the right vendors can help facilities “go green” with ease.

Best of 2012: A rundown of top awards from top associations

December 28, 2012

Industry associations told who they recognized this year for top achievements.

Q&A with Palomar Medical Center's CAO

December 19, 2012

Gerald Bracht talks about attracting physicians and stabilizing the system.

Special report: Charity times three

November 23, 2012

A look at three charities with modest beginnings making big differences.

Exclusive: Interview with RSNA 2012 president Dr. George Bisset III

November 19, 2012

Read our exclusive talk with this year's RSNA president on why the organization is hoping to put "patients first."

Baby Love

November 01, 2012

Q&A with Dr. Jennifer Howse, the March of Dimes' president

Are GPOs the way to go?

November 01, 2012

How relevant are they in today's health care environment?

New advances in the war against "never events"

November 01, 2012

Will technology trump human error?

RTLS helps keep track of health care's bottom line

October 26, 2012

RTLS providing a healthy ROI for hospitals.

Q&A with Chantal Weinhold, executive director at LIJ Medical Center

October 26, 2012

Hospital Spotlight: October 2012

Q&A with Dr. Michael Steinberg, president of ASTRO

October 22, 2012

The current president of ASTRO offers some insight on the association and his role.

Med tech deals expected to surge as reform woes wane

October 22, 2012

Political uncertainty to blame for lack of recent "blockbuster" deals, experts say.

Special report: Purchasing committees place medical devices on trial

October 15, 2012

But purchasing process may need more work to ensure patient protection

Q&A with Leonard Arzt

October 10, 2012

The executive director of the National Association for Proton Therapy talks business.

It's not easy being green (but well worth it)

September 26, 2012

If your facility isn't already enjoying the benefits of being eco-minded, it's time to take another look.

Q & A with Michael Hulefeld

September 25, 2012

Ochsner Medical Center's CEO talks about the hospital's recovery post-Katrina.

A rural pain

September 25, 2012

What will ease rural hospitals' financial aches?

Special report: MRI safety

September 10, 2012

With evidence mounting to support the need for safety, who’s taking action?

Analysis of Mexico's health care manufacturing sector

August 30, 2012

A Global Business Reports presentation

Special report: Choosing service contracts

August 17, 2012

Advice from the experts to get the best contracts to meet your needs.

Disaster Preparedness: Is your facility ready for the worst?

August 13, 2012

A special report on hospitals' disaster preparedness.

Exclusive: Q&A with AHRA president Luann Culbreth

August 10, 2012

AHRA president talks about the association and conference

Interview with AHRMM president Beverly Slate

August 05, 2012

A glimpse into the filed of supply chain management

Exclusive: Phantom manufacturers talk trends

July 23, 2012

"I think the future is in custom phantoms because of these combined modalities like PET/MR and SPECT/CT."

Special report: New infection control standards call for high-tech approaches

July 20, 2012

Can technology help hospitals prepare for more stringent infection control protocols?

Patient care: "Believe in the Lactate"

July 11, 2012

Fighting sepsis with HIT.

Can we avoid another shut down of nuclear medicine?

June 19, 2012

We have the way, do we have the will?

Want loyal patients? Keep 'em comfortable

June 18, 2012

A breast center director discusses how to keep patients loyal.

AAMI 2012 Conference and Expo

June 01, 2012

Education, updates, networking and more

Exclusive: Q&A with SNM president Dr. George Segall

June 01, 2012

Dr. Segall spoke with DOTmed Business News about accomplishments and challenges during his past year as president.

Pink ribbons and promises

May 30, 2012

Susan B. Komen for the Cure president Liz Thompson talks about how she became involved with the foundation and its future goals.

Exclusive: Q & A with Dr. Raymond Geis

May 23, 2012

The current SIIM chair provides info and updates on the society.

SIIM 2012 Preview: Startups, CIIPS and Millennials

May 01, 2012

SIIM is coming to Orlando this year.

Nanomedicine: The Magic Bullet?

April 24, 2012

Advances in the field show promise for what seemed like wishful thinking only a century ago.

AORN Congress in the Crescent City

March 13, 2012

New Orleans will host this year's event from March 24-29.

Special report: Flat panel technology

February 27, 2012

The general radiography industry is moving away from direct panels.

Health IT Update with H. Stephen Lieber

February 21, 2012

ICD-10, meaningful use and baby barcodes

Say What?

February 02, 2012

Dialogue on the changing face of physician dictation and transcription solutions

Arab Health 2012: A sneak peek behind the canvas

January 13, 2012

The Arab Health Congress continues to be the must-attend in the Middle East.

Special report: Refurbished CT buyers go back to basics

January 13, 2012

A sluggish economy drives more hospitals to use existing CT systems.

Brazil lures medical equipment makers

January 01, 2012

Brazil’s growing economy makes it attractive to device makers, but the country is off-limits to secondhand dealers.

Medical tourism remains a small but growing industry

December 27, 2011

Medical tourists typically save anywhere from 40 to 90 percent of what their medical procedure would cost at home.

DOTmed Business News' Best of 2011

December 23, 2011

DOTmed News has rounded up award recipients from a variety of sources to provide a retrospective of the year’s best.

Charity cases: Medical services and equipment at rock bottom prices

December 19, 2011

A four-year-old boy lay dying of malaria in a Benin, West Africa-based hospital. Not 40 feet from his room, a supply closet is fully stocked with the antidote. But the hospital has no basic intravenous lines available to administer the drug. In a country where one out of five children die from malaria before the age of 10, this little boy’s story is all too common.

Comparative effectiveness research gives patients and physicians vital medical reviews

December 12, 2011

Head-to-head comparisons prove invaluable.