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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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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Case Study

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 | Mary Beth Massat

Radiology is currently experiencing a very volatile state, as advancements in device technology are creating a new ...

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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Case Study

Many process improvements have recently been developed and implemented at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center ...

Time May 21, 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 | 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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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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