Installation, integration assistance, upkeep support and training are part of the new service plans.
On the heels of FDA and CDC recommendations, DOTmed News interviewed an expert about the safe use of the devices.
Fingerstick devices should never be used for more than one person, FDA and CDC recommended this week.
Independent service provider expands its niche market.
The World Health Organization's priority device list is a telling documentation of medical urgency.
A new handheld instrument from Masimo touted as a game-changer in many health care settings.
Tech Global integrates touch screen technology for patient privacy and professional use.
Dow Medical is bringing the popular approach over from Europe by distributing devices from RJ-Laser of Germany.
DOTmed Certified Brian Myrback brings a blue collar attitude to his white collar trade.
MR scanners produce not only images but a wealth of underlying data that can be analyzed to inform research and diagnostics.
World Health Organization declares the worst of the crisis over, but pockets of outbreaks continue.
CardioExpress SL6 and SL12 ECG are available in North America and Europe.
The Florida procurement, export/import company is bringing eye-saving technology to developing nations.
The firm is a prominent international medical trade show producer with a unique perspective on global health care trends.
The innovative firm has begun clinical trials with two development partners to support FDA 510(k) submissions for its versatile testing instrument.
The Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) is holding AHRMM10, its Annual Conference & Exhibition, August 1 - 4 at the Denver Convention Center. Visit DOTmed at Booth #111.
A medical transport crash in Oklahoma points to the dangers faced by professional medevac crews.
Hospira pumps are the focus of an FDA announcement. Also read a Baxter update.
DOTmed News visited South Korea recently to tour the National Cancer Center's proton beam therapy treatment center.
South Korea wants to become a "radiation vacation" destination.
National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) has made its NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology available on the iPhone and Android.
The DOTmed 100 company recently achieved ISO certification through a process-based demonstration of quality.
Several groups are vying to be the first to bring this radiation oncology treatment to the metropolitan area, Crain's New York Business reports.
House mirrors Senate approval; president signs legislation.
Richard "Ric" C. Tarbox III has been named Chief Executive Officer of Alverix, Inc.
The trade fair will be held September 15-17 in Singapore.
The DOTmed 100 company joins an elite few in the medical parts industry that have attained this achievement.
The government of South Korea is gathering major news organizations to tour its proton therapy center and honored DOTmed with an invitation.
Upcoming Frost & Sullivan web conference focuses on growing business during lean economy.
Innovative reversal of diaphragm paralysis performed by Dr. Matthew Kaufman.
Job action set for Twin Cities Thursday; action at University of California hospitals on hold.
Visitors to the SNM are invited to a customer reception being held by BC Technical. The reception will be followed by a performance by the Thallium Stallions.
A searchable, relational database of hospital contracts provides transparency on pricing and packaging for HIT, Medical Devices and Imaging Equipment.
A study of the health impact of cell phones, published Monday in the International Journal of Epidemiology, has proved inconclusive regarding brain cancer.
Greater insight into immune response.
Rush University Medical Center Participates in International Clinical Trial.
Cullen brings decades of industry experience to the image archive firm.
First responders are among the staff at this DOTmed 100 diversified medical equipment company.
Layoff may violate Federal and State WARN Acts requiring notification of workers.
Read what every patient, and many doctors, need to know.
The Healthcare Performance Management Institute aims to advance the study of how organizations can use management theory and technology to improve healthcare.
FDA warns companies to secure the supply chain, and report problems.
Akucal is a household name in X-ray circles and now adds design features.
Our industry mourns the loss of a dear friend and colleague.
Agency to work with OEMs to clear up chronic problems.
The president of Physicians Resource Network, Inc. compares the challenge to running his business.
MEDCAC met Wednesday to review evidence of effectiveness of radiation therapies for prostate cancer treatment.
Several medical technology firms reported to DOTmed News about how they coped without air travel over Europe for nearly a week.
The 17th annual meeting of the International Association of Medical Equipment Remarketers and Servicers takes place April 28-30 and includes representatives of FDA and MDMA.