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The traveling nurse industry can help alleviate the burnout occurring among an overextended workforce.
Michigan-based Stryker will pay $1.5 billion in cash.
A new study from Health Affairs found insurance companies are avoiding the poor, elderly population.
A new device gives real-time images of the breast, showing both benign and malignant tumors.
The company plans to refocus its cancer diagnostics platform.
Cardiology device manufacturer Cardiac Science Corporation was bought by India-based Opto Circuits, the companies announced last week.
Images created using 7T MRI angiography are of significantly improved quality when compared with 3T MRA.
An exclusive look at the technological developments in the defibrillator sector.
Targeted MRI imaging would improve demand for imaging procedures, a new report said.
Deal expected to close later this year or early next year.
These significant wage disparities may hinder health care reform by weakening the primary care workforce.
The global market for diagnostic imaging is expected to exceed $24.4 billion by 2016, according to a new report.
The center is part of the hospital's new West Wing.
MRI's powerful detection capabilities could send women to the OR table unnecessarily.
A new report shows the Bay State is still struggling to recruit and retain primary care physicians.
Is a hospital bedbug invasion real or just media hype?
Health insurance giant UnitedHealth Group reported Tuesday nearly $24 billion in revenue for its third quarter ending Sept. 30.
The annual Medica conference and expo draws more than 138,000 visitors from more than 100 countries from all sectors of health care.
Despite nationwide programs to prevent 'never events,' horror stories still occur.
The suit alleges that the insurance agency engages in antitrust practices.
The 11th annual benefit for Angkor Hospital for Children will be held Saturday.
The lawsuit accuses big-name companies of promoting off-label use of their stents.
Dr. Sarah Kilpatrick will serve as chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology.
A federal judge in Florida refused Thursday to dismiss a multi-state lawsuit filed against the federal government that challenges the health care reform law.
The guidelines are aimed at lowering radiation dose in pediatric patients.
A Florida judge is expected to issue a preliminary ruling on the lawsuit calling the health care reform law unconstitutional.
Robert Dakessian met with DOTmed News and discussed his company and the industry.
In the latest round of cuts, the hospital will close its older adult mental health program.
The BLS predicts 153 mass layoffs by the end of the year.
Kaiser Permanente employees vote for SEIU-UHW, as rival union cries foul.
Broken bones with poor healing prospects could be helped by low-intensity pulsed ultrasound.
Despite cutbacks, mobile service providers remain "cautiously optimistic."
A JCR study found that lawsuits against RTs are few and far between, likely because attorneys go after the employer.
A new study found that despite a significant increase in advanced imaging scans, there were not significant benefits to all of patients undergoing these scans.
Women with an early form of breast cancer and who also have dense breasts could be at great risk for subsequent breast cancer in both the affected breast and the opposite breast.
The shortage is expected to worsen unless there is an increase in residency training programs.
Robert Van Hook will serve as CEO for about six months until a replacement is found.
Gov. Deval Patrick vows to re-tailor the law if he is re-elected in November.
Health care companies can turn to DSR for a timely, low-cost solution.
Work-in-progress technology will be shown this week at the ACS conference.
Lay people administering CPR might have better outcomes if they use compressions only.
Seattle Children's Hospital aims to fix systemic problems, rather than point fingers at human errors.
The Office of Inspector General will look into complaints filed last year by FDA scientists against the watchdog agency's higher-ups.
Italian researchers argue the effectiveness of ECG screenings of young athletes. But not all are on board.
The fast food chain said it won't drop health coverage.
The law comes after The New York Times uncovered more than 260 accidental overexposures at an LA hospital.
The city's restructuring program cuts non-academic ties with the medical school.
A study found some children's radiation dosage might have exceeded safe thresholds.