The once-promising practice managed 16 or so locations across four markets at its height and had considered expanding to as many as 70, offering MR scans for a $600 flat fee.

The legal battle dates back to 2012, when plaintiffs claim Sanford Minkin, MD, misinterpreted ultrasound and mammography images, leading to Lana Burton's eventual death from breast cancer. 

Most radiology residents also prefer a more systematized method of sharing their findings, signaling a possible change in future reporting trends. 

The Paris, France-based firm joins a growing list of vendors to earn these new technology add-on payments from the feds.

Experts with the noted Baltimore institution believe the specialty must remain hyper-vigilant as it works through the pandemic-induced backlog of exams. 

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued what it called a "historic" update late Friday in a bid to "unleash innovation." 

Also, GE Healthcare's new acquisition, Subtle Medical raises $12 million, and Fujifilm enters a new market in imaging. 

The problem persists across physicians of varying tenure, signaling that understanding the clinical situation may be more important than experience alone.

The Department of Justice claims that Mori, Bean and Brooks fraudulently billed government payment programs for the interpretation work between 2012 and 2019. 

CTPA delivery leapt 450% between 2004 and 2016, but efforts from Choosing Wisely and others may have made a dent, experts detailed in JAMA Network Open. 

The Hoover Institution fellow and White House COVID-19 advisor drew fire earlier this week for urging Michigan residents to stand up against further lockdowns. 

RSNA's COVID-19 Task Force is now looking to better understand the factors that go into patients’ decisions to seek, or delay, imaging care.