CPHIMS Director at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center talks IT.
The CEO of Providence Newberg Medical Center discusses steps to sustainability.
See what some green vendors are doing for hospitals.
Innovations are giving this sometimes sleepy industry a nudge.
A look at the changing field.
A requirement for all CT equipment.
Only 3% of expected enrollees have signed up.
Building a urology program at UC San Diego Medical Center.
But making the right move takes planning.
3-D mammography takes top spots in popular rankings.
Plan to use data to head off patient emergencies.
National legislation also moves forward.
Compared with women at the same disease stage.
The murderer will see you now.
"Photoacoustic mammoscope" uses infrared light to create a map of the breast.
Medicaid beneficiaries may enjoy better care continuity.
Mobile unit uses EMRs to help the city's most vulnerable find help.
Common drug Lexiscan on agency watch list.
Cleveland Clinic researchers and others think one could be on the horizon.
Survey finds that tech-savvy doctors are listening to feedback.
The Wi-Fi Association shares its wisdom.
Philips shows how the new technology can be used in a hospital setting and beyond.
New research says the uninsured are not to blame, after all.
The need for standardization.
Alzheimer's disease PET scans only covered in clinical trials.
Four tips to get the most bang for your buck.
This month in medical history.
A guide to upgrading gracefully.
The latest trends in radiation oncology.
Studies look into benefits for patients and for bottom lines.
Radiation oncology takes on the country's most common cancer.
When less radiation therapy means more, and other tricks to improving QOL.
Includes proton therapy for prostate cancer.
Chuck Lauer makes the case for health care journalism's next role.
Recognized for its work in molecular imaging.
Knee scans more likely to be negative when ordered by self-referrals.
Theft up 19 percent from last year.
Market expected to triple globally by 2018.
Current model can be misleading.
Whole-body scan shows clues in heart and brain.
How to ensure they will always be there for you.
Michael Campbell talks about enhancing the patient experience.
Software may help reduce repeat scans and biopsies.
Finding the right fit.
Study estimates cost of top 5 infections.
Income disparity persists in health care, study finds.
17% of medical providers will change EMRs this year.
The market prediction for 2021.
PETNET will make a new beta-amyloid imaging agent.
Openings abound, but new nurses still struggle.