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One of the key trends we noticed at RSNA 2005 was the increased emphasis on connectivity between imaging and information ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Just like the Intel chips that power PCs (and now finally Apple Macintoshes, too!), treatment planning software represents the engine that drives accuracy and effective functionality in radiation oncology equipment used to fight cancer. Consequently, it’s nearly impossible to dismiss the software’s importance and impact on cancer treatment delivery.

Time May 22, 2006
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Acclaimed stage and screen actor Avery Brooks playfully demanded to know “where are the flying cars” in that insurance ...

Time May 22, 2006
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Prior to the mid-1990s, clinicians could choose from a limited number of devices to biopsy palpable and nonpalpable ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Kim Phelan

One of the best strategies Greg Martin uses to make friends is to find his enemies — at least when it comes to fostering ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Kim Phelan

Riding along in the car recently, my 13-year-old son told me that viewing a Holocaust dramatization and then meeting ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Jeanne-Marie Phillips, Steven Washer

With the rush to convert to digital, we sometimes forget the big picture, including what comes next. This begs the ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Ellen Hansen, director of Clinical Informatics Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Electronic medical information improves patient safety by providing immediate and complete access to complex patient ...

Time May 21, 2006
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As a successful, independent, three-site imaging center conducting more than 60,000 outpatient procedures each year in ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Good technology strategies have served LaPorte Hospital and Health Services well, and continue to provide a backbone for ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Mary Beth Massat

An integrated RIS/PACS, clinical applications and enterprise-wide access to the electronic health record (EHR) promise ...

Time May 21, 2006
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The Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center (KCBC) in Knoxville, TN, was founded in 1983 for the sole purpose of improving ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | John Hall

Well before flat-panel televisions became all the rage in the consumer market, healthcare facilities began singing the ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Gail E. Latimer, MSN, RN, vice president

Information technology (IT) solutions are playing perhaps the most vital role in fulfilling the goals of the 100,000 ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Where are the synergies of bringing together Elekta and IMPAC? The synergies are numerous, but all converge on our ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Shalmali Pal

Breast biopsy rates grew quite dramatically during the latter part of the 20th century, and radiologists performed the ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Things are looking up at Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center, Riverside, CA’s only remaining nonprofit hospital ...

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | John S. Koller, Garrett W. Lindemann, Ph

With all new technologies come new challenges. As imaging has evolved within the pathology domain from analog to digital, causing radiology and pathology imaging to crossover, the devices that generate the digital images pose several challenges.

Time May 21, 2006
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Feature | Ryan Hiett

It’s like a never-ending battle — that’s how Lena Napolitano, M.D., describes the recent and sharp rise in nosocomial ...

Time May 21, 2006
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OAK BROOK, IL – Systems engineers from 64 leading healthcare technology vendors, including GE Healthcare, Siemens, IBM ...

Time May 21, 2006
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