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 - DocScan
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
When we look at the future of PET, we think of new biomarkers and applications. Is conventional FDG PET maxed out? Or is there room to improve now? No it is not, and yes there is, molecular imaging experts say.
 - Roy Rosin, MBA, Chief Innovation Officer, Penn Medicine
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
When Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced an aggressive timeline for the transition from volume- to value-based payment earlier this year, it was the equivalent of reading healthcare the riot act: The status quo in healthcare is now the enemy.
 - network
Sponsored by an educational grant from Perceptive Software
How do you create an enterprise imaging strategy to manage data in 20 different centers across the country? How about 115 locations? While the challenge may seem more daunting with a more expansive network, the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) found that a single vendor neutral archive (VNA)...
 - Charles McRae
Sponsored by an educational grant from Canopy Partners
When the dust settles from all the recent activity and changes in the healthcare environment, it will soon become clear that there has been a major shift in the way healthcare is practiced, measured, and compensated.
 - Radiology 100 2013
Sponsored by an educational grant from Intelerad
Welcome to the results of the sixth annual radiology-group survey. Recently, I had lunch (at a conference on health care’s future) with the former CEO of a large teleradiology company, and he asked how radiology groups were responding to changes in the marketplace. Over the years, we had...