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Legent Imaging Increases Revenue, Decreases Rejected Claims

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. announced today the implementation of Exa® PACS/RIS/Billing and the company’s Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solution, provided by All Covered, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.'s IT Services Division, at Legent...

Stryker Launches Q Guidance System with Spine Guidance Software

Stryker has unveiled its Q Guidance System for spine applications. The system combines new optical tracking options provided by a redesigned, state-of-the-art camera with sophisticated algorithms of the newly launched Spine Guidance Software to deliver more surgical...

FDA Approves Gadopiclenol Injection for U.S. Market

Bracco Diagnostics Inc., the United States (U.S.) subsidiary of Bracco Imaging S.p.A., an innovative world leader in diagnostic imaging, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadopiclenol Injection, a new, highly stable macrocyclic...

Fujifilm Upgrades ASGE’s Institute for Training and Technology with State-of-the-Art Endoscopic Imaging Solutions

FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) announce that ASGE has equipped its Chicago-based Institute for Training and Technology (IT&T) Advanced Bioskills Laboratory and Simulation Center with 16 of...

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Tasking: Multi and Switch

Tasking: Multi and Switch

I woke up this morning with much anxiety. My mind was reeling from all the things that I absolutely had to do today. I attempted to conduct my normal morning routine anyway.

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Now Is Not The Time To Cut Training

Now Is Not The Time To Cut Training

It happens every time our country has a downturn in the economy. Training budgets get slashed. After more than three decades, I’ve seen it happen every time. The problem is that organizations inflict unseen damage on themselves by making the mistake of slashing training budgets.

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Managing Medical Errors with AI and Industry Learnings

Managing Medical Errors with AI and Industry Learnings

The health care industry has many safeguards to ensure high-quality care is provided throughout our nation’s hospitals. Yet, medical errors continue to harm an estimated 1.2 million individuals each year. Throughout the managing medical errors series, we’ve explored how other industries use AI to mitigate human error.

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[SPONSORED] Banner Health

[SPONSORED] Banner Health

For more than 22 years, I’ve worked in the medical imaging field. I chose medical imaging because it encompassed a wide array of procedures and technologies – all of which interested me. As someone who appreciates multi-tasking, I quickly was immersed in the diversity, challenges and opportunities this field provided. I also understood that a journey in this field could – and ultimately would – lead to leadership roles.

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Jump-starting DE&I Initiatives in Imaging

Jump-starting DE&I Initiatives in Imaging

As you come up for air and settle into whatever this new normal is, we as leaders must recommit to executing DEI initiatives. As you get started remember that diversity does not have to be just about color, we can be of the same color and be very diverse in education, experience, socioeconomic status, culture and so much more! 

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FDA Sends AI Warning Letter

FDA Sends AI Warning Letter

A vendor of a radiation-generating device cannot insure the safe administration of the proper dose. This is why, as an open advocate of medical imaging AI, I feel obligated to share with you this letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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DE&I with Empathy, Intent and Integrity

DE&I with Empathy, Intent and Integrity

A health care organization that has the courage to recognize that its workforce does not represent the community at its highest level of leadership; and remedies this disparity by recruiting underrepresented persons and placing them in positions where they have a voice, is a company that is serious about DE&I.

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Q&A with AHRA President: Brenda DeBastiani

Q&A with AHRA President: Brenda DeBastiani

Imaging leaders need to take better care of themselves to be the best that they can be.  Imaging leaders cannot help others if their “cups are empty,” so we all need to learn how to take great care of ourselves so that we can better take care of others. Resiliency is key for leadership survival and success.

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