Will invest £87 million over 10 years to install new scanners
The HF PXS-710 digital X-ray system brings low dose to podiatry specialists
Changes and challenges in the contrast imaging industry
Are integrated injectors worth the extra cost?
Raises questions about patient access to new technologies
The market earned $2.74 billion in 2014, expected to be $3.69 by 2020
CT market projected to grow 5.5 percent to $5.1 billion by 2018
The developer says it could save billions of dollars over time
From 1.5, to 3, to 7... the draw to more powerful MR magnets
Will site-neutral payments and prior authorization hinder care in 2016? AMIC thinks so
The newly appointed Chief Innovation Officer for the ACC shares his insights
How the MarginProbe is yielding better outcomes from lumpectomy
Could reduce costly, unnecessary, treatment
Could mean big win for manufacturer, while cutting down on CT scans
Remembering the Nobel Prize-winning physicist
New research shows that health information exchange leads to more better care
Group aims to address rising incidence of MR accidents
Trying to pay off that new EHR system? Sell the anonymous data
Why are older PCPs greater advocates for CT, MR, and PET than newer ones?
Sleep apnea is fastest growing segment in respirator market
Down the rabbit hole of CMS reimbursement
Research says only 7.1 percent yield benefits
Study says 64 percent of U.S. wants webcam consults
The CEO of UltraSPECT discusses progress in the low dose movement and the big takeaways from RSNA 2014.
The trade show promises to continue breaking records in attendance and exhibitors
The Atlantic is a linear accelerator with a built-in 1.5T MR scanner
Cost fears may lead to unaccountable patients cramming the ER
How normalization of deviance in hospitals can open doors for trespassers
Sahlgrenska University Hospital to offer intraoperative MRI
Study says new technology may offer better outcomes than standard blood cultures
Latest version of budget-priced DR system features two detectors
Rapid advancements soon to replace time-tested approaches
How can a hospital minimize damage under crisis circumstances?
Comparing options for stereotactic radiosurgery
New facility will streamline efficiency for 100-year-old health system
Indicates CLABSI cases have gone down 46 percent since 2008
Researchers say they have found a way to visualize pain using PET-MR
The organizers stopped by and told us what attendees can expect
Little is known about the effects of low-dose radiation
Big data crosses over to server-side rendering
Study says one in five hysterectomies performed may not be necessary
The Avalon CL with Smart Pulse technology is ready for U.S. delivery rooms
Is the frameless SRS platform yielding better outcomes than Gamma Knife?
Researchers have imaged how cancer hijacks a lung cell's recycling process
Researchers have found a way to preserve the patellar tendon while repairing the damaged ligament
Fixed errors from initial roll-out, gained confidence of CMS
DNA sequencers are on the rise but is growth in BRIC nations slowing down?
Vue prepares for duty
Chest X-rays are responsible for prompting as many as half of all the recommendations for additional imaging (RAIs), which lead to thoracic CT scans.
Study was discussed at the Current Concepts in Joint Replacement winter meeting