Policy

The U.S. House finalized legislation in a 384-38 vote Tuesday night, drawing praise from the American Medical Association and other provider groups. 

Two U.S. congressmen are urging the federal agency to modify its reimbursement methodology for radiopharmaceuticals to improve patient access. 

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' office called the move “another blatant example of Big Tech attempting to silence those who disagree with their woke corporate agenda.”

The Association of Program Directors in Radiology’s Wellness Task Force urged the board to grant at least 6 weeks away from training for medical or parental leave.

Lawmakers recently introduced the Resident Physician Shortage Act of 2021 to address doc shortfalls by bolstering the number of Medicare-supported residency positions.

A District of Columbia court is ordering the company to bargain with unionized workers in California, tossing RadNet's court case against the labor campaign. 

The Israel-based startup has been working for months to obtain the regulatory greenlight for its new approach to legacy imaging.

The move comes after the Senate recently passed a fix to address the 2% Medicare sequester reduction set to take hold April 1. 

The FDA is alerting patients who have received breast imaging services from Tennessee Women’s Care amid concerns about its safety practices. 

Increases held steady over the past decade, but leapt during the height of the COVID-19 crisis in 2020, the American Medical Association reported. 

The investigation comes days after the American Hospital Association expressed “substantial antitrust concerns" around the blockbuster $13B deal. 

The American College of Radiology and several other imaging groups recently urged lawmakers to address reductions that would total $12B in 2021.