Despite uncertainty surrounding the election, it seems that equipment purchases are up.
What's happening across the Atlantic.
IAMERS' European meeting starts tonight.
DOTmed Charity LifeLine helps providers send equipment where it's needed most.
Tell me what you think about the new look, new features.
Guarded but upbeat.
For BRIC countries, business is easier in RI than in BC.
What affects resellers affects many people in health care.
Dave Band and Jeff Fall discuss what it's like after Platinum got bought.
Consumer Reports releases its first hospital safety rankings.
Clinical engineering and IT are merging.
A number of my Indian friends have brought to my attention some worrying news from their country.
Happy Fourth of July!
All eyes are on Washington.
Impressions from my visit to the 29,190 square-foot factory.
What you missed at SNM 2012.
Radiologic technologists might see some changes.
Two big shows are happening this week.
Biomedical engineering appears to be recession-proof.
Is uncertainty about health reform slowing down sales?
If you're in Charlotte this weekend, say hello.
Is the growth of the equipment repair industry a sign of a bad economy?
Les was a cowboy in all senses of the word.
If DOTmed is any barometer, business is better.
Phil's thoughts on IAMERS' 19th Annual Meeting.
My conversation with Bob Bachman sets the story straight.
We need to move closer to a cure.
Bill King is living the good life in Sparks, Nevada.
Thoughts on the changing market for mobile MRI and CT.
Basch visits DOTmed's offices on his U.S. trip.
Phil visits with Tomovation sales manager Bastian Berkel.
Even though the economy is bad, people still find money when it comes to their appearance.
Josh Glas visits DOTmed.
Varian, Dell, AllParts and more from Phil's closing impressions of ECR.
Catching up on old times in Vienna.
What happens in Vegas...
Those in health care have much to be proud of.
Only those with service teams will survive.
Phil talks with Tom Freund, general manager of OI's service group.
Phil learns a customer service lesson from ReMedPar founder Ed Sloan.
Training, training, training.
RSTI has something big in the works.
Phil has lunch with the editor of Radiology Management.
Always, always get it in writing.
Phil visits AMGA headquarters and chats with VP of membership Ryan O'Connor.
Well known MRI engineer Bob Howard passed away this week.