Probo Medical Acquires IMAX Medical

Probo Medical, a leading global provider of medical imaging equipment, parts, repair and service, has announced the acquisition of IMAX Medical (“IMAX”). Terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

MR Conditional Electrode Line Receives FDA Clearance

Rhythmlink International, LLC has announced FDA clearance of a new product line. Sticky Pad Surface Electrodes, a line of peel and stick-on electrodes for Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) and Electroencephalography (EEG) are now FDA Cleared MR Conditional for 1.5 and 3 Tesla MRI environments.

SpinTech Acquires MR Innovations

Detroit-based MRI technology company SpinTech, Inc. has acquired medical-imaging research and technology developer Magnetic Resonance Innovations, Inc. (MR Innovations).

KA Imaging to Present Poster at ECR 2021

KA Imaging, a company that develops innovative X-ray imaging solutions, announced that a poster reporting on results from a study examining the feasibility of lateral chest dual-energy subtraction radiography using a stacked single-exposure multi-layer x-ray detector will be presented by Sebastian Maurino, a medical physicist at KA Imaging, at this year’s European Congress of Radiology (ECR).

Expert Shares Strategic Technology Planning Tips

The recent ICE webinar “Beyond the Technical – Strategic Technology Planning for Medical Imaging” was presented by Carol Davis-Smith, president of Carol Davis-Smith & Associates and the vice chair of clinical engineering for the AAMI Board of Directors.

Davis-Smith has 30 years of experience in academic and not-for-profit medical centers, group purchasing, consulting and executive leadership. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton. She is a certified clinical engineer and a fellow in the American College of Clinical Engineering (FACCE) and the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMIF).

In this session, Davis-Smith moved beyond the technical service assessment and focused on the clinical and business assessments important to an optimal strategic technology plan. She reviewed the entire process and the supporting resources to ensure everyone understands how all the perspectives work together. Attendees left the session with insights to initiate or enhance the strategic technology planning process within their organization.

The webinar was popular with almost 100 people registered for the session. Attendees provided feedback via a post-webinar survey that included the question, “Overall, how satisfied were you with today’s webinar?”

“Carol is a great presenter and did a fabulous job,” Imaging Services Manager D. Skillicorn said.

“Satisfied as satisfied can be,” replied Biomedical Equipment Specialist M. Walker.

“Good speaker and great information – very satisfied,” said J. LeRose, interim director, radiology.

“Great content, going through capital planning now so the content was relevant,” said E. Camargo, radiology manager.

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