Recent high-profile case points to risks, benefits.
The guaranteed program will help customers stay operational.
Lisa Arington, daughter of founder Joe Arington, now runs the DOTmed 100 company.
A colleague at Tennessee Hospital Association welcomes the new arrival.
Elekta calls next generation Elekta Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT) "the definitive arc-based technique."
The event will bring together leaders from all facets of the medical imaging industry, says host Doug Fischer of the Summer Group.
IEEE sponsors scouting effort to teach all kids engineering.
Know what to do, and not do, in the event of a loss of electricity.
From modest beginnings, a medical technology powerhouse has sprung.
Former Trade Desk pro from Siemens joins the DOTmed 100 company.
President Obama promised a bipartisan event, Feb. 25.
New iPhone app tests hearing for young and old alike.
First in its class to support this important, new mobile technology.
The State of the Union mentioned cancer treatment, which may be a nod to proton therapy says Leonard Arzt, Executive Director, National Association for Proton Therapy.
Arab Health attendees present a positive outlook.
In Wednesday's State of the Union Address, President Obama presented reform as a priority for middle class Americans.
DOTmed users answer the call but the charity still needs more donated equipment.
HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated Arab Health, the Middle East's biggest health care event. DOTmed exhibits at the global exhibition.
Physicians Resource Network, Inc. has been giving to the island for the past decade. Read how you can help, too.
With the infrastructure in ruins, roads clogged, and the port disrupted, helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft provide vital rescue capabilities to military and civilian responders in Haiti.
The Jeffersonville, Indiana ISO is Business First Small Company of the Year for 2009.
Three New Jersey techs paid damages by A. Walsh Imaging.
The 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida, January 28-31, 2010.
Joseph Porsenna, owner of Island Imaging in Georgia, has lost family members in the earthquake.
The nation's first radiation therapists gain certificates for an advanced cancer treatment technique.
Donate money, supplies, and equipment only to trusted organizations. Read how you can help now.
Portfolio now includes used diagnostic imaging parts for MRI, CT, PET/CT, Vascular and X-Ray.
The fourth annual conference will bring together radiology executives.
Death estimates put near 50,000; survivors face a medical infrastructure in ruins.
DOTmed News interviews the owner of the China-based, boutique PACS company that many OEMs rely on.
Dobbs Medical Sales, Inc. is an endoscope repair and sales company focusing on business as well as charitable giving.
The body scanning technology being deployed at some airports is perfectly safe, and uses low-energy millimeter radiowaves.
Canon USA announces replacement for retiring Tim Martinson.
Most people check DOTmed for medical equipment listings and auctions but now job seekers and recruiters turn to us, too.
GE's iDXA proves useful for spotting spine deformities as well as osteoporosis.
The director of business development for the medical device accessory company is now DOTmed Certified.
In day-long "Choice-Dialogues" in which Americans from all walks of life considered the pros and cons of a range of choices for reforming Medicare, common ground was found in several key areas.
It was a roller coaster year for the medical technology sector. Take a ride on the year's ups and downs as we recap events.
Civil settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Here's to a great 2010.
The season of giving is year-long for the Milwaukee, Wisc. Company.
Today's vote is truly historic, since lawmakers are usually long gone by now.
He will support DMS Health Technologies' division, DMS Topline Medical.
The Beat Goes On: EKG and Holter Monitors Remain a Predictable Market
Researchers may have finally found the answer that has been a medical mystery for decades.
Where is the medical equipment service industry is going? Genesis Medical Imaging is a case study.
Some good news on utilization may reflect the impact of Medicare's drug benefit.
Key vote reportedly withdrawn.
Rare but serious complications reported.
Several firms and groups boost their charitable efforts at this time of year.