NEW

KA Imaging Launching Portable Dual-Energy X-ray Detector

For the first time, practitioners will be able to leverage dual-energy X-ray technology in a portable system. Canadian manufacturer KA Imaging is getting ready to launch Reveal, the world’s first dual-energy X-ray detector that can be taken to the bedside. “Due to...

CereHealth Showcases “Going Against the Norm” During the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging’s Annual Meeting

CereHealth Corp., a recognized leader and innovator in biotechnology applications and advanced neurodiagnostics, announced that its FDA-cleared population template, an alternative to traditional normative datasets for quantitative analysis of clinical brain SPECT,...

VA Selects Philips to Create World’s Largest Tele-Critical Care System

Royal Philips has announced that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has awarded a contract to Philips to expand VA’s tele-critical care program, creating the world’s largest system to provide veterans remote access to intensive care expertise, regardless of...

Hologic Launches Cart-Based Ultrasound System

Hologic Inc. has announced the U.S. launch of the SuperSonic MACH 40 ultrasound system, expanding the company’s suite of ultrasound technologies with its first premium, cart-based system. The new system features excellent image quality, standard-setting imaging modes...

BLOG

Letting Go

Letting Go

By John Garrett Knowing when to let go can be a challenge. You see it everywhere for various reasons. There are emotional attachments, the fear of something new and sometimes there are financial obligations that make it difficult. However, sometimes you just need to...

Rust, the Color of the Fall

Rust, the Color of the Fall

By John Garrett The infection control department has to be concerned with every part of a hospital physically as well as how things are done. They are constantly trying to reduce the risk of infection just as their name would suggest. This is done a number of ways...

Hiring Service

Hiring Service

Frequently there is a comparison of service of medical equipment to the service of one’s automobile. The comparison is one most people can relate to easily and it helps to explain some of the service choices that are made by hospitals and imaging centers.

Thoughts on RSNA 2018

Thoughts on RSNA 2018

If you have been to RSNA, you know that it is huge. You know that there are more things to see and consider than you can possibly explore in the time you are there.

A Better World

A Better World

We all have some vision of a better world. A place where the challenges and problems that face mankind on both a macro and micro level are all overcome.

The Training Matrix

The Training Matrix

A training matrix that shows a true maximum ROI and can be implemented properly take a good deal of consideration and thought.

Using Technology

Using Technology

A vast majority of every person turning a wrench on medical imaging equipment is using a laptop in some capacity of that repair.