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Bon Secours Health System in Ireland chooses Hyland Healthcare to manage clinical content enterprise-wide

Bon Secours Health System, the largest private health care provider in Ireland, has selected OnBase, Hyland's enterprise information platform, to digitize and manage clinical documents. The platform will optimize workflows and performance across the enterprise,...

RSNA 2020 Registration Tops 14,000 Six Weeks Ahead of Meeting

With strong advance registration numbers, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 106th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting (RSNA 2020) is shaping up to be a success. Six weeks ahead of the meeting, 14,125 people from countries around the world are already...

Varian Stockholders Approve Combination with Siemens Healthineers

Varian has announced that its stockholders have voted to approve the previously announced pending combination with Siemens Healthineers AG at a special meeting. Varian stockholders voted overwhelmingly in favor of the transaction. "The overwhelming support our...

See-Mode Technologies Receives FDA Clearance for AI Software

See-Mode Technologies, a MedTech startup based in Singapore and Australia that seeks to empower clinicians to better predict stroke, has announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its debut product, Augmented...

Freestanding Tall: Ambulatory Clinics in Post-Pandemic America

From March to June, health care facilities across the United States were shuttered to all non-essential procedures by state order, as the country worked, with mixed results, to respond to the rapidly spreading virus.

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Fujifilm ASPIRE Cristalle with Tomosynthesis and Simulated 2D

Fujifilm ASPIRE Cristalle with Tomosynthesis and Simulated 2D

Fujifilm’s innovative engineering and advanced image processing has created a high sensitivity mammography system for low dose and exceptional image quality. Featuring patented Comfort paddles, Fujifilm’s ASPIRE Cristalle with Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT)...

GE Healthcare Serena Bright

GE Healthcare Serena Bright

Typically lesions identified with contrast-enhanced mammography are sent to MRI for biopsy, but now with Serena Bright, the industry-first contrasted enhanced biopsy-guided solution, breast biopsy procedures can be performed with the same mammography equipment, with...

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INDUSTRY NEWS

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Fujifilm ASPIRE Cristalle with Tomosynthesis and Simulated 2D

Fujifilm ASPIRE Cristalle with Tomosynthesis and Simulated 2D

Fujifilm’s innovative engineering and advanced image processing has created a high sensitivity mammography system for low dose and exceptional image quality. Featuring patented Comfort paddles, Fujifilm’s ASPIRE Cristalle with Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT)...

GE Healthcare Serena Bright

GE Healthcare Serena Bright

Typically lesions identified with contrast-enhanced mammography are sent to MRI for biopsy, but now with Serena Bright, the industry-first contrasted enhanced biopsy-guided solution, breast biopsy procedures can be performed with the same mammography equipment, with...

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Fort Mill, SC /Charlotte, NC Area, United States

SPOTLIGHT

In Focus: Kara Mayeaux

In Focus: Kara Mayeaux

By John Wallace Banner Imaging Senior Director of Operations Kara Mayeaux, CRA, is not one to shy away from a challenge. Her desire to serve in the diagnostic imaging field is just one example of how she takes on difficult situations and transforms them into...

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Rising Star: Lisa Nagel

Rising Star: Lisa Nagel

By Erin Register Lisa Nagel, 36, grew up in the small rural town of Botkins, Ohio, with a population of around 1,154 people. She graduated high school with approximately 52 classmates in 2002 and attended Owens Community College in Perrysburg, Ohio, a suburb of...

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RAD IDEA: Employee Engagement

RAD IDEA: Employee Engagement

Knowing your team well, can aid any leader in terms of engagement. Research shows the foundation of employee engagement starts with knowing what is expected of you when you come to work, followed by having the tools and resources and moves up the scale to include...

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In Focus: Sandy Michalski

In Focus: Sandy Michalski

By John Wallace When it comes to health care professionals, it is not uncommon for individuals to possess an altruistic personality. They are often selfless and self-sacrificing. It is as if they are constantly the personification of the phrase often heard around...

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INSIGHTS

AUC Pivot

AUC Pivot

By Melody Mulaik The testing period for Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) implementation is almost over – well not quite. While there was no information in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) Proposed Rule released...

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Delegate

Delegate

By Mario Pistilli I have to admit that one of my biggest flaws is effective delegation. It is something I have really been working on in my career and still have a long way to go to become better. One of my core values is to contribute to the growth and development of...

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[Sponsored] Continuum of Care: Banner Imaging

[Sponsored] Continuum of Care: Banner Imaging

Sponsored by Banner Health By Amy Peronace Everyone knows that going for a yearly mammogram can be stressful. That stress is exacerbated when it is for a diagnostic study. Stress builds from the anticipation of when a symptom is detected, to the day of the...

Changing Our Narrative

Changing Our Narrative

By Jef Williams I have discovered a rhythm to our industry over the past nearly 20 years working in healthcare IT and medical imaging. Despite the disruptive nature of innovative modalities, AI, analytics and advanced imaging applications, there remains a staunch ebb...

Giving AI a Home

Giving AI a Home

By Mark Watts As I gazed down on the blueprints for the new medical center the chief medical officer asked me if I wanted the signage to read Radiology or Medical Imaging? I was being given an opportunity to design a new medical center. As I looked over the design, I...

How AI is Making a Lasting Footprint on Breast Imaging

How AI is Making a Lasting Footprint on Breast Imaging

By Samir Parikh With October designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, now is an especially pertinent time to reflect on the most talked about trend in breast cancer screening – Artificial Intelligence (AI) – and where it’s headed. When you consider the primary...

Lean In – Create the Space for Those You Lead to be Human

Lean In – Create the Space for Those You Lead to be Human

By Janel Byrne At this point there’s little doubt that the year 2020 has fundamentally shifted how each person in the United States (let alone across the world) is living their lives. I don’t hear anyone in my network claiming, “Well, we’ve seen this before and this...

Three Things You Should Know About Anger

Three Things You Should Know About Anger

By Daniel Bobinski Most people have seen anger in the workplace. Since it’s a natural human emotion, we’re bound to see it from time to time. While some people get angry more quickly than others and others never seem to show it at all, there are three things all...

PET/CT or  PET and CT?

PET/CT or PET and CT?

By Melody Mulaik Positron emission tomography (PET) is a nuclear medicine study that creates cross-sectional tomographic (3D) images of the metabolic activity in the patient’s tissues. The scan is performed after intravenous injection of a radiopharmaceutical. The...