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    The July Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine


    Q&A与AHRMM椅子, Annette打
    The association's leader discusses the changing role of supply chain professionals.
    专题报告: 治疗超声波加热
    Pending research may open new avenues for the technology.
    专题报告: 想象中心投入了战斗
    Managers today don't just order equipment -- they help keep struggling centers standing.

    Use a checklist to help!
    专题报告: 传统早期胸部肿瘤Ⅹ射线测定法的结尾?
    New debates around mammography screening may shake up the market.
    专题报告: 测密度术
    Reeling from reimbursement cuts, the modality may have a new cash cow.

    专题报告: 超声波
    The technology is in the midst of a perfect storm.

    Columns & Sections

    The future of proton therapy

    Future of Healthcare
    Dr. James Slater offers some opinions on where the technology is headed.

    Q&A with Michael Lim

    Hospital Spotlight
    Saint Louis University Hospital's cardiology director talks shop.

    Adverse event with your medical device?

    IT Matters
    There's an app for that -- MedWatcher could make adverse event reporting easier.

    A bumpy ride

    Letter from the online editor - July 2013.

    More bang for your buck: Densitometry

    6 ways to extend the life of your bone densitometer

    Q&A with AHRA president Carlos Vasquez

    AHRA president offers a sneak-peak at this year's show and a look back at his presidency.

    More bang for your buck: Mammography

    6 ways to avoid mammography meltdowns

    More bang for your buck: Ultrasound

    5 ways to transcend transducer troubles

    July's New Product Showcase

    This month's roundup of the latest industry products.

    Science fiction . . . or should I say fact?

    Letter from the editor for July 2013.