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    The July Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine


    Changes come faster than ever for imaging professionals
    Staff used to working normal schedules must now cut hours
    From breast exams to childbirth, ultrasound is gaining momentum
    More than two dozen states now have dense breast notification laws
    Patients have more choices than ever for breast imaging
    Considering alternative techniques in addition to mammography

    Will breast tomosynthesis completely replace 2-D mammo?
    Questions to consider regarding the future of breast cancer screening
    Bone Densitometry – A fractured system
    Why detecting and preventing bone loss needs additional reimbursement

    Columns & Sections

    The future of breast cancer screening is here

    Future of Healthcare
    Jim Culley on one of our 'most important health challenges' and the new gold standard helping to meet it

    Q&A with Bruce Slawitsky, senior vice president of human resources, Hospital for Special Surgery

    Hospital Spotlight
    Checking in with one of the largest independent specialty hospitals in NYC

    Critical test management gets the attention that it deserves

    IT Matters
    Dr. David Hirschorn discusses successes at Staten Island University Hospital

    Cost Containment Corner: Clinical asset management

    C-⁠suites say 'too much technology is idle'

    Medical Museum: Breast Pump from 1840

    A Reay and Robinson artifact

    Diagnostic Directions: Evaluating the impact of ShearWave Elastography

    What does SWE add to the radiologist's diagnostic toolkit?

    Technology Advisor – The ‘retailization’ of care

    Health care data are more unstructured than in other industries

    Shows and Events – FIME under new management

    FIME set to welcome attendees in Miami Beach

    Five steps to focus your team on preventing HAIs

    Total social cost estimated in the hundred billions annually

    This Month in Medical History – Harvard’s reason to smile

    Ivy League institution produces notable graduates

    Q&A with Mary Beth Lang, Chair of the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management

    Reacting to the speed of change has been a challenge for AHRMM members

    Q&A with Ernie Cerdena, President of AHRA

    AHRA members deal with regulatory changes

    AHRA Preview 2016

    More than 1,000 imaging leaders and 200 exhibitors are bound for Nashville — here's what to expect

    AHRA New Product Showcase

    A few of the products you can expect to see at the show