A new analysis estimates that the price tag for radiologists and other specialties to manually generate a prior authorization increased 60% between 2018 and 2019. 

The “Coalition Against Rate-Setting,” launched in January, wants to bury bipartisan legislation proposed to address this issue. 

Researchers from Pitt Public Health recently made this discovery after scouring through data following Massachusetts' expansion of coverage in 2006. 

Those reservations come in response to a presidential executive order in October, calling for the need to expand scope of practice to improve senior care. 

Operators can now use digital tomosynthesis functionality that also reduces exam times, the Rochester, New York-based company announced Jan. 14. 

The Jan. 13 update includes one new topic—child cerebrovascular disease—along with seven revisions.

That’s according to a new survey of nearly 2,000 women without a history of breast cancer, highlighted in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.   

The FDA's partial ban of e-cigarette flavors like mint and fruit stops well short of previous promises, healthcare groups argued. 

Legislation recently signed by President Trump will fund everything from the Cancer Moonshot to a dementia-related imaging study. 

Some legislators had hoped to enact a legislative remedy to this problem in 2019, with it drawing ire from politicians in both parties. 

Advocates applauded its demise Friday, Dec. 20, following the president’s final pen stroke. 

The American College of Radiology believes a potential cancer care payment model is too “oncology centric,” and could push providers to select imaging services based on cost alone, rather than quality.