The nation's largest physician group opposes ICD-10.
CT colonographies might be controversial, but people appear more willing to undergo them than colonoscopies.
Next year, America's top court will decide the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
Dr. Carl J. Rossi, Jr. picked as medical director of $220 million center.
Stryker says restructuring is needed to prepare for the coming medical device tax.
An aid for doctors on their rounds and a clinical quiz take the top prizes.
First part of a four-part FDA application submitted.
ColdTRAC 2.0 could help warn of cryogen leaks.
DOTmed heads over to OWS.
Deal includes most major MRI OEMs.
Block Imaging Parts & Service gets a new home.
Walmart seeks hold on U.S. primary care market, a new report says.
ECRI releases its 2012 health care technology hazard list.
Siemens explains why it's buying MobileMD.
White House touts victory in D.C. Circuit Court ruling.
Vue Motion lets doctors access medical images on the go.
Report says SonoSite is in talk with buyers, including Samsung.
Radiologic technologist week begins
X-rays likely stolen for silver content, hospital says.
Siemens' subsidiary gets U.S. commercialization rights for Amyvid.
Oxford buys U.S. MRI and CT parts and service business.
Siemens reaches deal to buy HIE business MobileMD.
GE scanner could pave the way for advances like better sodium imaging.
C-arm maker opens its seventh office worldwide.
2012 HOPSS final rule's rates are higher than originally proposed.
CMS revises its estimate for looming Medicare physician reimbursement cuts.
Smaller cuts will still be a pain, providers say.
Hitting the off button leads to big power savings and a greener practice, study says.
Biotech startup nabs $2.3 million in funding from the National Cancer Institute.
Perks might be disappearing, but not this one, a survey says.
Vue's version 11 becomes one of the first RIS systems to meet stage 1 requirements.
1,100 installs since 2004 launch.
AJR study finds doctors with a financial stake in imaging order more tests.
Pols warn Medicare cuts could cause doctors to buy less equipment.
Chalk River Laboratories site's license is renewed through 2016.
Bipartisan bill would block cuts to doctors who perform multiple scans on the same patient during the same visit.
Former GE Healthcare deal manager Troy Williams joins Unisyn.
New co-chairs also announced.
Members of Parliament are also "shocked" that half of stroke patients don't get a scan within 24 hours.
First leaks emerge for super committee's closely watched, trillion-dollar budget-cutting proposals.
Study hopes to put cancer survivor stories in "proper context."
Two-thirds of providers are turning to consultants to help with the multi-million dollar coding transition.
Agreements cover Definity and Ablavar.
MGMA poll describes how doctors are responding to the impending SGR cuts.
SPECT, SPECT-CT procedure volumes fall half a percent from 2007-2010.
AdvaMed says it's disappointed by the final ACO regs, while some doctors' groups are, tentatively, pleased with the changes.
Long-awaited final ACO regs try to ease provider concerns.
CEO Mehdi Smail talks with DOTmed News about new name, new focus.
PET heart agent could be back the first half of next year, Bracco tells its customers.
Also, digital trumps film for women with dense breasts.