Healthcare Economics & Policy

Radiology Partners announced Tuesday, May 21, that its specialists now provide imaging services for more than 925 hospitals, clinics and imaging centers throughout the United States.

Forty-nine percent of radiologists have a net worth of $2 million or more, according to a new report published by Medscape. The report included survey responses from more than 20,000 physicians.

The Radiology Partners Research Institute (RPRI) has awarded five $20,000 grants to imaging-related research projects throughout the United States.

Icometrix, an international developer of AI-based brain imaging solutions, has raised $18 million in funding.

Radiology Partners announced Tuesday, May 14, that it has entered a new practice partnership with North Carolina-based Greensboro Radiology.

Radiologists 31-40 years into their careers remain incredibly important to patient care in the United States, according to a new study published in Academic Radiology.

MSU Health Care and Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Advanced Radiology Services (ARS) have announced a joint venture that will provide imaging services to the McLaren Greater Lansing health system.

The handheld ultrasound market has been slow to take off in recent years, but a burst of growth could be on the horizon, according to a new report from Signify Research.

Researchers have determined that the widespread use of genetic testing for newly diagnosed patients could lead to approximately $50 million in savings for the first year of breast cancer care in the United States.

NorthStar Medical Technologies has closed a $100 million round of financing to help the company expand its production capacity for molybdenum-99 (Mo-99), improve its RadioGenix System separation platform and pursue growth in research and development.

Arizona-based Banner Health and Radiology Partners announced Tuesday, April 23, that they have signed an agreement to provide imaging services in the metro Phoenix area. The new enterprise will be known as Banner Imaging.

High-deductible health plans (HDHPs) are associated with numerous delays in care for patients with breast cancer, according to new research published in Health Affairs.