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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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Rad Idea

Rad Idea

Organization, efficiency, knowledge and team recognition are just a few of the myriad of things leaders must contend with on a daily basis. No matter the size of the department one is leading, success is tied to each of these items in some form or fashion. In today’s ever-changing world of COVID-19, staffing shortages, supply chain backorders, medication shortages, etc., we are busier than ever before. We have more changes and challenges bombarding us daily that require us to be in-the-know and as flexible as ever.

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Rising Star: Nelida Trout-Lacy

Rising Star: Nelida Trout-Lacy

Nelida Trout-Lacy, R.T. (MR)(ARRT), holds a bachelor’s degree in diagnostic imaging and is the radiology manager at Watsonville Community Hospital in California.

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In Focus: Krissie D. Stich

In Focus: Krissie D. Stich

Krissie D. Stich, MBA, R.T. (R), is the Radiology Director, East Market, University Hospitals. Her career path can be at least partially attributed to her participating in youth athletics.

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Rising Star: Bradford Harrold

Rising Star: Bradford Harrold

Bradford Harrold, CRA, CIIP, ARMRIT, holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, with a focus on administration. He currently serves as the associate director of imaging administration at UT Southwestern.

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Rad Idea: Pebbles: A Strategy For Team Engagment

Rad Idea: Pebbles: A Strategy For Team Engagment

In the March 2020 issue of ICE magazine, I wrote about the concept of a flowing stream as an allegory for leadership and that in our leadership journey there are pebbles and sometimes boulders that block our stream. The pebbles in our way impede us from achieving our best results.

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[Sponsored] Company Showcase: InterMed

[Sponsored] Company Showcase: InterMed

The InterMed Group is a dynamic provider of comprehensive healthcare technology management services covering a broad range of client needs. InterMed’s deep-rooted partnership philosophy drives all of its offerings, helping to ensure everything it does moves clients closer to achieving their goals.

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In Focus: Tobias Gilk

In Focus: Tobias Gilk

Tobias Gilk, M.Arch, MRSO, MRSE, is a senior vice president at RADIOLOGY-Planning (RAD-Planning), but he may be best known as a design specialist and MRI safety guru. It was his study of “design” that led him to the realm of imaging. One thing led to another and he soon found he had become an expert on MRI safety.

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Off The Clock: Mariah Garcia

Off The Clock: Mariah Garcia

Back when she was a college student growing up in New Jersey, Mariah Garcia was on a pre-law track, at the insistence of her parents. But by her own admission, “school wasn’t going that great, and I didn’t really enjoy it.” 

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In Focus: Emilio Vega

In Focus: Emilio Vega

“Leadership is the ability to lead a group of people and to create a team. My approach to leadership is to standing beside my team. Being there in time of need, working together in any capacity – whether it is clinical or administrative – has a positive impact on our team of frontline technologists,” Vega explains. “I am right there with my team, patient-facing on a daily basis.” 

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Off the Clock: Emma R. Schachner, Ph.D.

Off the Clock: Emma R. Schachner, Ph.D.

“One of the most important things when I teach anatomy is teaching students about variation and evolution,” Schachner said. “When I talk about the spine, I always talk about how the discs in between the vertebrae originally evolved to be under tension instead of compression. I describe how the serratus anterior, which straps your shoulder to your body, shifts the arm position in a biped relative to how it would be in a quadruped, and how the function changes. It puts the limb in a different perspective.”

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