Siemens’ PETNET Solutions has received Abbreviated New Drug Application approval from FDA to manufacture and distribute the PET radiopharmaceutical sodium fluoride F 18 injection across its entire national network of radiopharmacies.
With this acquisition, Konica Minolta aims to enhance its capabilities, offering comprehensive, end-to-end healthcare IT solutions from image acquisition to physician diagnosis.
ResolutionMD medical imaging software is now registered with the National Health Surveillance Agency in Brazil for diagnosis using both web and mobile devices.
New analysis confirms that CT colonography is a cost-effective colorectal cancer screening option for the Medicare population, according to the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance.
This past summer, Mercy Hospital in Joplin, Mo., acquired eight Aplio 300 Platinum ultrasound systems from Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc. to provide the latest in imaging technology for general, cardiology, and vascular ultrasound studies.
Hilo Medical Center of Hilo, Hawaii, has been named a recipient of the 2015 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement of organizations that have utilized health information technology to substantially improve patient outcomes while achieving return on investment.
Results of more than 2,100 radiation oncology-specific research studies and clinical trials conducted around the world will be presented at the four-day meeting, held October 18-21 in San Antonio.
Under a new agreement, Merge's cardiology PACS and hemodynamic monitoring solutions will be combined with the Toshiba portfolio of vascular x-ray systems.
The organization's inaugural Connected Health Conference will include its popular mHealth Summit, in addition to new events: the Cyber Security Summit and Population Health Summit.
After marking a steady decline since 2005, the vacancy rate for radiographers increased slightly to 3.4 percent in 2015, according to the latest ASRT Radiologic Sciences Workplace and Staffing Survey.
A molecular imaging biomarker is able to detect fast-growing primary prostate cancer and distinguish it from benign prostate lesions, according to new research.
MRI and CT provide important information on the symptoms and exercise capabilities of people with mild-to-moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to a recent study.
Watson, the first commercially available cognitive computing capability, will gain the ability to “see” by bringing together its advanced image analytics and cognitive capabilities with data and images obtained from Merge’s medical imaging management platform.
Hailing from 47 different institutions across North America, with one international recipient from India, the 2015 recipients will engage in research on a wide range of projects, including the use of dual energy cardiac CT for improved identification and quantification of myocardial scarring in patients with cardiac disease.
The Safety FiRsT program will award two ASRT members a grant of up to $7,000 each for the implementation of a radiologic technology safety program or creative idea aimed at improving technologist safety.
EOS imaging, Paris, France, appointed Gérard Hascoët as chairman of its board during its recent shareholders' meeting. Hascoët brings more than 30 years of entrepreneurial and international experience to support EOS imaging’s development strategy.
Joining the team are Matt Ackley as chief marketing officer, Dorothy Gemmell as senior vice president, life science practice and strategic partnerships, Tim Rauschenbach as vice president, customer service and support, and Dave Caldwell as senior vice president, enterprise solutions.
Findings from the Radiologist Assistant Practice Survey 2015 indicated that weekly responsibilities include reviewing patients’ medical records, verifying the appropriateness of exams, and advocating for patient radiation safety and protection.
In 2013, MR Solutions produced the world's first commercial, superconducting, preclinical, MRI scanner that does not require the traditional liquid helium-cooling jacket. A new 7T unit is in progress.
PETNET Solutions will manufacture and distribute gallium-68-labelled prostate-specific membrane antigen for prostate cancer PET imaging research in the greater New York City area.