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TeraRecon merges with McCoy Medical, spins out into new company

TeraRecon announced the acquisition of machine learning firm McCoy Medical Technologies at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine’s Annual Meeting (SIIM17) in Pittsburgh.

Radiologists bucking industry trends in ownership structure

Radiologists were found to be consistent outliers in a study of physician practice arrangements conducted by the American Medical Association, holding higher-than-average rates of physician ownership and working in single-specialty practices more often than other physicians.

Siemens Healthineers finalizes acquisition of Medicalis

Siemens Healthineers finalized the acquisition of San Francisco-based healthcare tech firm Medicalis, signaling Siemens’ commitment to integrating population health management into radiology.

GE Healthcare, Harvard Hospitals collaborate on AI for healthcare

A recent Forbes article revealed General Electric’s (GE) healthcare division plans to partner with Harvard Hospitals to develop artificial intelligence (AI) products for medicine.

Context is key when defending radiology claims

In a recent article published in the New York Law Journal, Andrew Kaufman, founding partner of Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan, outlines how to handle hindsight bias when it comes to defending radiology claims.

Radiology Partners raises $200 million for scaling support, quality improvement programs

The nation’s largest physician-led radiology practice completed its latest round of growth equity funding, raising $200 million earmarked for evidence-based clinical programs and expansion.

Siemens exploring options in Healthineers carve-out

Despite previous indications of an initial public offering, Siemens is exploring all options in plans to list its healthcare division, Siemens Healthineers.

Help wanted: Open positions have increased for rad techs in 2017

In the latest ASRT Radiologic Sciences Staffing and Workplace Survey 2017, data show that the number of positions that are open and actively being recruited for radiologic technologists increased in 2017.

Regulatory agencies on the lookout for overpayments—and how practices can avoid fate of Zwanger-Pesiri

A Long-Island radiology practice agreed to pay more than $10 million late last year to settle two counts of healthcare fraud related to performing and billing pelvic ultrasounds. This settlement raised regulatory eyebrows, according to a presentation at RBMA’s PaRADigm 2017 meeting, and imaging practices should take steps to ensure they aren’t making the same mistakes.

RBMA announces board of directors, officers for 2017-2018

The Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) has announced its newly elected volunteer board members and officers for 2017-2018.