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With RSNA fast approaching, RSNA president Dr. Burton Drayer took a moment to provide a look at where the society is today and where it's headed for the future.
CEO Mehdi Smail talks with DOTmed News about new name, new focus.
About 86 percent of women have had a scan in the past two years, according to a new poll.
With the concern about patient dose, replacement tubes are being held to a high standard
The super committee needs to live up to its name.
Europe is ripe for refurb.
You might have thrown out the VHS player at home, but it still survives for some in ultrasound.
Learn tips and tactics to help it happen.
What's behind the reprocessor company purchasing trend and what does it mean for hospitals?
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OWS wants free health care for all—but how’s their own health holding up?
What would a cure mean for the business of health care?
DOTmed heads over to OWS.
An ER doc explains why digital privacy requires due diligence.
Private investment group which owns Ziehm buys the mini C-arm maker.
Clarimed will offer safety ratings of imaging equipment and other medical devices.
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Radiation can scramble the memory of implantable cardiac devices, a new study finds.
Dave Ogren, founder of used medical equipment dealer Omed of Nevada LLC., has retired today.
ACR survey shows tough times have taken their toll on radiologists, too.
U.S. military says two Philips-made units have made it to Helmand and Kandahar Provinces.
Access to Medical Imaging Coalition study says there's little peer-reviewed evidence that prior authorization programs would save Medicare money.