High-Definition Handheld Ultrasound Scanner Available for Rapid Bedside Cardiac Exams

Clarius Mobile Health, a pioneer and innovator in high definition medical imaging devices, today announced the Clarius PA HD is now available for high resolution cardiac imaging with the release of the Clarius Ultrasound App 7.3.0, available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Philips debuts AI-enabled, automated Radiology Workflow Suite at RSNA 2020

Royal Philips has announced its participation in the RSNA 2020 virtual event, featuring its Radiology Workflow Suite of end-to-end solutions to drive operational and clinical efficiency through the digitalization, integration, and virtualization of radiology.

Konica Minolta Announces Exa Platform Added to Multiple Centers in Argentina

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. announces that Centro Rossi, a leading health care provider in Argentina with 13 locations throughout Greater Buenos Aires, is implementing the Exa Enterprise Imaging Platform throughout all of its centers.

Canon Medical Partners with Glassbeam

Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. has partnered with Glassbeam to offer Clinsights – a solution for health care providers to help increase operational efficiency through smart service analytics.

Shanghied by FEMA: Emergency preparedness at its worst

Wendy Stirnkorb, Director of Imaging Services and Dean of the School of Radiologic Technology, Regional West Medical Center

Hurricanes, tornados, volcanoes, tsunamis and earthquakes happen all over the world and they have devastating impacts of the lives of everyone affected. This includes the facilities that are often most needed during these disasters – health care facilities. How can

you be best prepared? What happens when the decision is made to evacuate? What happens to the equipment left behind? What if, in the United States, FEMA decides to use your facility as a base of operations?



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