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 | Brady D. Schultz

Any time a patient can be administered minimally invasive treatments percutaneously, have an increased chance at abridged recovery time and a reduced or eliminated hospital visit, it’s a step in the right direction. Efficiency is crucial, and interventional imaging is becoming more effective each year.

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Mary Beth Massat

With all the discussion surrounding the development of a national Electronic Health Record (EHR), perhaps nothing better ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

In President Bush’s last State of the Union address, he called for “most Americans to have an electronic health record ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Mary Beth Massat

The field of molecular imaging continues to grow. GE Healthcare has already invested $160 million in the development of ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

The tremendous accuracy with which a physician can treat tumors with Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) is the ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Maureen Leahy

Image fusion — combining image data from different modalities, and of which hybrid imaging is a subset — is ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Herman Oosterwijk MS, MBA

On a recent road trip to Arizona in my RV, I noticed that the dashboard indicator for the engine temperature did not ...

Time May 18, 2006
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How is NeuroLogica upholding its conviction that all people, regardless of where they live, should have access to high ...

Time May 18, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

Knowledge is power. And patients are acquiring that power. An informed patient today might ask a physician before undergoing an exam, “Does your MRI have 3-D imaging support?” Or simply, “Is the equipment safe?”

Time May 17, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

Imaging technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the last few years with enhancements in multimodality imaging ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Case Study

The Customer The General and Diagnostic Imaging Center and Mary Birch Women’s Outpatient Imaging Center at the Sharp ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Feature | Nadim Daher

The market for PACS implementation services was earmarked to reach $273 million in 2005, representing more than twenty ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Feature | Mary Beth Massat

Radiology information technology (IT) such as PACS, RIS, clinical applications and digital dictation/speech recognition is creating new opportunities for radiology services, both inpatient and outpatient.

Time May 17, 2006
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Feature | Paul T. Gihring, B.S., P.E.

Nuclear medicine (NM) was one of the first imaging modalities to offer all-digital acquisition and processing, achieve ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Feature | Cristen Bolan

Image fusion of molecular and anatomic data has proven extremely useful for diagnosis and treatment in radiology ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Case Study

As clinical director of Breast MRI of Oklahoma LLC and radiologic director of Mercy Women’s Center, Rebecca G. Stough, M ...

Time May 17, 2006
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Technology

MVision, from Siemens Medical Solutions, is a volumetric in-line target imaging solution and the natural next step in ...

Time May 14, 2006
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Technology

The ImageGrid 200 establishes a new entry-level DICOM-standard storage category by combining an enterprise-class ...

Time May 14, 2006
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