iCad is faced with a $14.5 million patient lawsuit over shielding used for a brachytherapy device.
Doses between 22-27 Gy can still affect female fertility, study says.
U.S. space program says cell-boosting light could ease mouth ulcerations.
Resolution clears path for new defibrillator.
Philips beefs up anesthesia portfolio.
Accuray CEO Euan Thomson and TomoTherapy CEO Frederick Robertson talk to DOTmed News about their "transformative transaction."
Field tests underway for program that boasts 85 percent accuracy.
Nearly 100 patients at a large West Virginia hospital have reportedly been overradiated by CT brain perfusion scans.
Accuray hopes to become the "premier radiation oncology company."
HIGPA slams Medtronic move as "purely predatory."
Anesthesiologist Dr. Carlos M. Nunez is the new chief medical officer.
New program to start rolling out midyear.
A former interventional radiologist says he has found an unusual role for computed tomography scanners: helping to authenticate antique sculpture.
Scanner to launch in Europe by Q2.
American College of Physician Executives CEO Dr. Barry Silbaugh is stepping down.
A 15-radiologist practice in central Illinois has hitched its fortunes to Virtual Radiologic.
Whole-body time-of-flight PET scans improve lung and liver cancer detection, especially for the heaviest patients.
The union of three North Texas practices creates a 110-radiologist supergroup.
Despite reimbursement issues, virtual colonoscopy is on the rise.
More than half of radiology PACS are more than five years old, survey says.
The expectation to find cancers in X-rays doesn't affect accuracy of expert radiologists, study says.
"Watershed" moment for industry, analysts say.
Cancer risks of low levels of radiation from CT scans are poorly understood and should be better communicated to the public, experts say.
Speakers at a national conference say don't expect 100 treatment centers by 2025.
Radiologists with higher interpretive volumes have fewer false-positives.
A preview of the annual Association of periOperative Registered Nurses meeting.
Indiana Health Information Exchange architect joins device giant.
Imaging resources poorly managed for prostate cancer, study says.
After more than a decade, doctor-assisted death in Oregon still finds no consensus in the medical community.
The Aeolus drug could also help alleviate radiotherapy side effects.
What the future might hold for one of health care’s least known, but most controversial, institutions.
Proposed budget includes two-year freeze on Medicare cuts.
Reimbursement cuts take their toll, a new report finds.
Finding tumors with MRI while "activating" chemo drugs with ultrasound blasts could improve cancer treatments.
Two-year project looks to evaluate decision support software.
FDA reverses course on Mobile MIM iPhone, iPad app.
13 million claims rejected in first nine months of 2010.
Under three-year deal Varian will supply imaging subcomponents.
Toshiba gets one-year contract to supply military and federal agencies.
Risk of false positives declines with multiple screenings, study finds.
Senate votes to strike down widely loathed tax filing provision of health reform law as broader repeal effort falters.
Durney promoted to COO, executive vice president of Bon Secours Charity Health System.
Sectra also releases report on how system cuts radiation dose exposure to women by half.
Medicare will reimburse certain NaF-PET scans for bone metastases at participating sites.
A Fla. federal judge becomes the first to throw out the entire law.
Republicans hope to cut 2.3 percent tax on medical device companies.
Hôpital Sacré Coeur and St. Boniface Hospital staff to receive biomedical equipment training
Report claims Europe's process is as safe, and maybe faster, than America's. But critics call the findings "highly biased" and fatally flawed.
Report finds PACS adoption in hospitals with cath labs up 60 percent.
Capital cash frees up but radiology departments are shopping around.