Radiology Business recently spent a few minutes with Matt Devine, president of the Florida physician firm's imaging division, discussing the factors that influenced the decision and what comes next.
Businessman Maury Rosenberg had sought to collect legal damages from the Minneapolis lender, after it forced his National Medical Imaging into insolvency for defaulting on radiology equipment leases.
The now-deceased man had sought care at the University of Illinois Hospital for possible venous stenosis in his kidney, which included a CT scan of his abdomen and pelvis.
Roughly 5% of such providers are actually seeing patient volumes that are higher than pre-COVID levels, according to a new analysis.
President Donald Trump recently signed the PPP Flexibility Act of 2020 into law, following unanimous passage in the Senate.
The Florida physician firm had been in advanced discussions to exit imaging before the pandemic and plans to move forward with a sale "when market conditions are appropriate."
The company first rolled out its 10 special freestanding centers for coronavirus patients back in March in three states.
At Stanford University’s Department of Radiology, imaging volumes have dropped roughly 46%, with leaders hypothesizing several variables that might impact the recovery.
The investor-owned, Los Angeles-based giant said it’s also seeing imaging volumes rebound in many of its core markets.
The Japanese photocopier and camera-making giant had originally hoped to seal the deal with its Tokyo-based rival in July.
That’s according to a new opinion piece, published recently in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
A recent study in JACR explored how video conferencing’s growing popularity in the profession may be having a negative impact on women.