The Nashville-based imaging provider said the pact ensures that commercial and exchange plan members will have uninterrupted access to its services.
Also, Sectra signs seven-year contract in the Netherlands, GE Healthcare announces an industry first, and Fujifilm expands a mammography-related partnership.
The pact includes the Los Angeles-based imaging firm taking over management of the Nancy Reagan Breast Center in Simi Valley, California.
The number of CTC exams plummets by an average of 6.9% per year of age after 65, researchers reported in JACR.
Shareholders for the Palo Alto, California-based firm gave their "overwhelming" approval to the deal Thursday.
Also, Carestream launches its own talk show, Ambra Health expands its partnership with Rad-Aid and more marketplace moves.
Imaging groups are continuing their full-court press on the House and Senate, seeking to avert tens of millions in payment reductions slated for Jan. 1.
A team of experts from Emory University and the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute analyzed a decade's worth of Medicare data to answer this question.
All told, the feds have doled out $106 billion in payments to smooth over cash flow issues as imaging and other patient volume dried up in March.
The nation's fourth largest commercial insurer first announced the payment change in February, but pushed its go-live date back to August because of the COVID crisis.
College chief William Thorwarth Jr., MD, voiced his concerns in a recent letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Medarva Healthcare also highlighted its newfound ability to “create a comprehensive continuum of outpatient care without the inconvenience—and cost—of a trip to the hospital."