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FTC surrenders, announces no further attempts to thwart PA hospital merger
Merger between Jefferson University Hospital and Einstein Healthcare Network will move forward
RI's Lifespan and Care New England sign merger agreement, partner with Brown University
The integrated healthcare system is expected to offer a full range of complementary medical specialties
Q&A with ECR President, Michael Fuchsjäger
Find out what to expect at the European Society of Radiology's big event, now underway
GE Healthcare in search of buyer for Waukesha campus
Plans to move operations to West Milwaukee and Wauwatosa facilities
Varian appoints new CEO ahead of Siemens Healthineers acquisition
Chris Toth will replace Dow Wilson, who is retiring after more than 16 years in the position
Walmart may be scaling back healthcare operation plans
The company will open 22 clinics this year instead of 125 as originally planned
Rx for burnout: value based care, smartphones and EMRs?
How breakthroughs in recent history reveal the way forward in healthcare
SpinTech acquires MR Innovations
Gains protocol development for MR scans, image processing services and clinical research organization consulting
IBM contemplating sale of Watson Health: report
Disappointing results attributed in part to physician hesitancy around AI
Clarity and transparency — a clear need in the capital process
Insights from the market experts at TractManager
Predictions for medical billing in 2021
The customer revolution in healthcare marches onward
European Commission gives nod for Siemens to acquire Varian
The deal marks Siemens' direct reentry into the radiotherapy market after 10 years
Intelerad acquires LUMEDX
Providers will be able to access greater cardiovascular expertise on a single enterprise imaging platform
Fixing the weak links in hospital supply chain
Industry leaders point to the mistakes that contributed to pandemic shortages
Fujifilm to complete Hitachi imaging acquisition by end of March
The deal will transfer a range of CTs, X-rays, ultrasound and MR systems
US healthcare providers team up to leverage data in unique partnership
Truveta will design a platform providing insight based on clinical, de-identified data
It will take more than the first cyberattack-related death for healthcare’s security wakeup call
Insights from Seth Carmody, vice president of Regulatory Strategy at MedCrypt

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