The company claims claims its Aquilion Prime SP CT scanner can clean up following an exam in minutes, using an automated ultraviolet-light system.
Radiology business has dropped precipitously since mid-March, as providers put off nonurgent exams until safer times, but one data firm sees reason for hope.
The Nashville physician services firm has already hired restructuring advisers and is holding back pay from doctors.
Radiologists are currently calculating what it will require to resume routine imaging in a climate that’s vastly different from the one they remember a few months prior.
The Amsterdam-based corporation, however, has seen a slight uptick in orders for imaging systems during the coronavirus crisis.
Penn State Health is one of the latest to continue this trend, opening a COVID-dedicated Radiology Annex at its Hershey Medical Center.
Based on anecdotal evidence and experience at their own institution, two Yale radiology experts believe businesses should expect at least three months of “dramatically reduced imaging revenue.”
Another 55% said they’ve endured decreases in revenue since the public emergency started in the U.S. last month, and 60% reported dips in patient volume.
The Palmetto, Florida-based company revealed the addition of 12-radiologist Chesapeake Medical Imaging to its roster on April 14, ballooning its total to nearly 30.
The feds received more than 25,000 requests for advanced or accelerated payments, according to an announcement.
The Marlborough, Massachusetts-based mammography system manufacturer said it's cutting costs to make up for COVID-19’s impact on its bottom line.
Australia's largest imaging provider did not disclose how many team members were infected at the clinic, located in the Melbourne suburb of Frankston.