As part of the rollout, Ambra Health, LifeImage and Philips Healthcare have committed to adopting this framework. 

Advocates applauded its demise Friday, Dec. 20, following the president’s final pen stroke. 

More than 2,500 instances of EVALI have been reported across the U.S., as the death toll rises to 54.

The MEDRAD Stellant FLEX can now assist radiologists in delivering iodine intravenously, making it easier to spot breast abnormalities once unseen through traditional mammography. 

With these latest acquisitions, the El Segundo, California, company now operates with more than 1,500 radiologists in 24 states. 

Radiologist Vikas Kundra, MD, is teaming up with UC Riverside bioengineer Bahman Anvari on the investigation, with plans to begin testing the imaging method on mice.

The model has shown early promise, producing a five-fold increase in radiologists’ reported rate of finding significant errors. 

The American College of Radiology believes a potential cancer care payment model is too “oncology centric,” and could push providers to select imaging services based on cost alone, rather than quality. 

The camera and photocopier giant’s move would make it one of the largest imaging companies in the world, with scale to rival the big four.

Attracting women into the radiology profession continues to be a challenge, but one Boston-based hospital may have found the secret sauce to reversing this trend.

A North Carolina radiology provider has stopped performing mammography screenings after technical concerns led to it losing accreditation for the service. 

Yale University researchers recently made their pitch to address the practice of surprise medical billing in a new study, published Monday, Dec. 16, in Health Affairs