The American College of Radiology will join the Alzheimer’s Association and American College of Radiology Imaging Network in conducting a four-year trial to assess the impact of brain amyloid PET imaging on a variety of patient outcomes.
Michael Latimer, MSRS, RT(R), of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla, was elected to serve as the American Society of Radiologic Technologists’ 2015-2016 president-elect.
North Dakota patients with heterogeneously dense breasts are entitled to notification of their dense breast tissue in their mammogram's summary written report, under a new law.
Electronic health record provider Practice Fusion will leverage its cloud-based solution to launch a clinical trial recruitment network with ePatientFinder.
The company’s iNteract+ allows for diverse viewing and interoperability capabilities.
Among the products on display was the syngo Workflow VB20, an imaging information management system that promotes consistent quality of care through interlinked information.
The company featured interoperability improvements, compliance enhancements, and educational talks on privacy and security.
The all-new clinical education and policy meeting, held from May 17 to May 21 in Washington, DC, will include clinical research sessions that will guide attendees on how to participate in clinical trials, generate new revenue streams, and demonstrate value.
Patient engagement, satisfaction, and quality of care will have a major impact on organizations' strategic efforts over the next two years, according to results from the 26th annual Health Information and Management Systems Society leadership survey.
At the 2015 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society meeting, the company is showcasing a new Evercore platform and dashboard, developed to manage current and future enterprise image storage costs.
The company recently displayed its portfolio of content management products, which are designed to enhance the healthcare experience for patients and providers.
The 32-inch, 8-megapixel color MultiSync display from NEC Display Solutions of America features four times the resolution of full HD.
The Stamford, Conn., company is set to showcase its vendor neutral archive solution at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference on April 13 through April 16 in Chicago.
Medical imaging as a profit center and as the ‘eyes’ of healthcare will be an emerging axiom of providers as they unthaw funds and resources from the frosty clutches of EHR (electronic health record). The transition to enterprise medical imaging solutions will require the application of new technology and organizational change to address business needs, legacy architecture and rapidly changing environments.
Streamlined radiologist study comparison reading workflow can improve productivity, clinical confidence, and customer service.
The healthcare consumerism Web site recently announced a partnership with Advanced Medical Imaging Center, of Chicago.
The new technology enables providers to identify and share patient data, helping clinicians make diagnostic and treatment decisions and delivering a more comprehensive view of patient history to clinicians and radiologists.
Beacon Health System, of South Bend, Ind, and Fisher-Titus Medical Center, of Norwalk, Ohio, are the latest customers of CommonWell Health Alliance services, which allows health care providers to see patient health data from outside organizations within their Cerner electronic health record.
The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA) recently commended US House Rep Seth Moulton, D-Mass, for supporting repeal of the medical device tax.
Patient-centric healthcare may hasten embrace of content management systems.