From 62 attendees to 62,000.
How does your facility's OR stack up?
New Orleans will host this year's event from March 24-29.
Hybrid rooms aren't cheap.
Gas plasma sterilization heats up the low-temp market.
What's in store for this year's show
February's Industry Sector Report on PACS
Wireless offerings are hot in today's market.
X-ray tubes hold steady as image intensifiers continue to fade away
GE releases the first mobile app with 510(k) clearance for primary diagnosis.
The company unveils a unit and important upgrades to existing products.
The OEM's new system operates without floor or ceiling tracks.
A latecomer to DR, the company is now expanding its digital horizons with the DX-D 100 Wireless.
Bruce Block, who established Block Imaging international in 1996, is replaced by his son.
In December 1954, future Nobel prize-winner Dr. Joseph Murray successfully transplanted a kidney between identical twins.
Medtronic's AdaptiveStim with RestoreSensor automatically adjusts stimulation levels when patients change position.
Medical tourists typically save anywhere from 40 to 90 percent of what their medical procedure would cost at home.
When facilities need a temporary solution to care delivery, sometimes the answer can be found as near as the parking lot.
Read about some of the top attractions at this year's show.
Medical chillers keep vital equipment going.
Technology updates are all the rage for the sector.
Late stages of the disease appear to have the lowest levels.
Parts rides out the economic storm
Radiotherapy advances on cancer.
DOTmed News talks to FONAR's Dan Culver
Following a three-week retirement, Ed Sloan founded a new company in 2008.
A new study suggests that some CT scans can have reduced radiation dosage while still maintaining sufficient diagnostic image quality.
193 years ago, the first well-documented human-to-human blood transfusion was performed.
MRI offers a classic business challenge for today’s health care providers