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    The October Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine

    Features

    Eying MR downtime and efficiency with remote monitoring
    Automated data insights for ensuring the MR suite keeps humming along
    Neglect and indifference are often the root cause of MR cooling failures
    Insights on coldheads, compressors and chillers
    From projectors to better system design, comfort comes to the MR suite
    Creating a more pleasant patient experience benefits everybody

    Tips for extending the life of your coils
    Best practices to ensure the long life of costly components
    Safety first in the MR environment
    Ferromagnetic detectors are a vital tool but there are no substitutes for a culture of safety

    Columns & Sections

    The potential of MR: Continual expansion

    Future of Healthcare
    Insights from Jonathan Furuyama, managing director of the MR business unit for Canon Medical Systems USA

    Q & A with Bear Lake Memorial CEO Michael Blauer

    Hospital Spotlight
    Checking in with new leadership at a top critical access hospital in Idaho

    The latest MR innovations entering the market

    We go around the industry to find out about the latest technology coming from the MR manufacturers

    Why reimbursement lags for MR-conditional CRM devices, and what to do about it

    Hospitals can take steps to mitigate the impact on their bottom line

    Overlooked but essential – RF shielding in the MR suite

    Without a well-built and adequately cared for shield, the scanner itself becomes less useful

    Developing a 15-minute MR for scanning challenging patients

    Researchers in Arizona are making neurological exams much faster