Second time's a charm?
Reimbursement plans could be lined up this year.
Pharmacy expert says it's often hard to find good info on drug shortages.
Sharing scan costs with doctors doesn't reduce utilization, study says.
UDI is headed to Europe, and that could mean much better post-market surveillance of devices.
There are almost 1 million apps. Here are 10 you should use.
"Sizable reduction" in Medicare payments coming for GK providers.
Scrubbing noise and 'suppressing' bones to help rads find tubes, catheters in chest scans.
Small device, big power.
Good news for resellers?
The U.S. health care sector grew by 338k jobs in 2012.
"An embarrassment for our country."
2.3% tax for 2013.
Change is coming for policies around mobile devices in health care.
Two months after Hurricane Sandy hit town, NYU's 780-bed hospital is opening its doors again.
Moly moly oxen free.
Doc pay on the chopping block.
The Joint Commission expands Sentinel Event reporting to include most providers and vendors.
A community hospital and a mobile MRI company race to ensure a NY hospital can have imaging services in time for the holidays.
Unity PACS named Best in KLAS three years in a row.
Plan would let MACs decide to pay for new PET oncologic imaging drugs.
World economic woes, lack of major breakthroughs and guest policy change likely to blame.
"In no way is a $30 billion tax over the next 10 years helpful for medical device companies," MITA's chief says.
A breakdown of the complicated politics in the quest to overturn a EU directive that could make life hard for MRI users.
InMedica reviews its 2012 medical equipment predictions.
e2v to supply microwave-producing parts for TomoTherapy machines.
MyVue to debut in February or March.
Judgment handed down against Progressive Diagnostic Imaging owner Daniel H. Dahan.
North Star State health department says it's the first state agency to take the imaging quality-control pledges.
Richard Aichele leaves Draeger, joins TriMedx.
Frost & Sullivan analyst says "low-key" show was light on modality innovation.
Siemens policy VP Dave Fisher discusses the somewhat bumpy road ahead for the industry.
Job growth at doctors' offices, outpatient centers remains pretty flat.
OEMs worry they have less than a month to get their companies in order before the tax falls.
Lost laptops and hacked computers could be taking a $7 billion toll on health care system.
GE Healthcare CEO says uncertainty affects sales.
A new project aims to improve communications between radiologists and ER docs with a novel technology.
Most C-suite leaders predict mhealth will have a big impact on U.S. health care delivery.
A series of presentations at RSNA documents the DRA's toll.
New consortium will create scientific tools to make device development more efficient.
No need for thyroid shields.
In a hypothetical scenario, women are willing to shell out $300-$500 for more sensitive supplemental scans.
Feeling the pinch.
Medicare-aged population screening rates decrease slightly.
"Part of the problem is is the polysyllabic nature of contemporary health care," study co-author says.
New studies based on MRI images could offer insight into how to better care for Alzheimer's Disease patients.
Dr. Richard B. Gunderman says radiologists should not forget the value of a good story.
A new study reveals potential brain changes behind post-chemotherapy mental fogginess.
Patient-centered care is a big theme at this year's RSNA.