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Radiologist
23
May

Space company to extract medical imaging isotopes from the moon

Interlune, a natural resource extraction company, has unveiled plans to extract Helium-3 and other resources from the moon. Helium-3 isotopes are scarce on Earth and there is high demand for a scalable supply, as it’s vital for medical imaging, quantum computing and fusion energy.Read More

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21
May

Aycan introduces a ‘mini’ PACS for independent practices

Aycan has launched a “mini” enterprise imaging PACS designed for smaller practices, offering them a chance to store and share medical images in a more cost-effective way.Read More

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18
May

RLS Radiopharmacies purchases Gallium-68 generators for all its locations

IRLS Radiopharmacies is expanding its drug manufacturing capabilities through an agreement with global radioisotope developer Eckert & Ziegler. As part of the supply contract, all 31 of RLS’s radiopharmacies will be equipped with generators capable of producing Gallium-68 pharmaceuticals, which are used for PET imaging cancers.Read More

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16
May

Hospital system data sharing initiative leads to 80% of patients accessing their imaging records

In an attempt to comply with the information blocking provision of the 21st Century Cure Act that gives patients freedom to review their data, a large three-campus health system opted to provide patients with swift access to elements of their electronic health information, including imaging results.Read More

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14
May

Ultrasound-damaged organoids show how brain injury may progress into ALS

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is linked to neurodegenerative disorders such as multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and new research from the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Justin Ichida may help scientists to understand why.Read More

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11
May

Radiology Imaging Associates adopts AbbaDox at its 17 locations

Radiology information systems provider AbbaDox is partnering with Radiology Imaging Associates, unifying the radiology operation management systems at the imaging chain’s 17 locations in Florida and the U.S. Virgin Islands.Read More

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09
May

What does radiology have to do with climate change?

There have been more and more discussions in radiology in recent years about the specialty’s carbon footprint and its contribution to climate change.Read More

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07
May

Pitching the business case for 3D printing labs in radiology

Some larger radiology departments have added 3D printing as a new service over the past few years, enabling CT and MRI scans to be turned into 1:1 scale models of a patient’s anatomy. In complex cases, surgeons can hold these prints in their hands to enable better procedural planning and act as a reference for...

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04
May

Practice must pay $14M after table collapses under patient during imaging exam, jury rules

A medical practice must pay $14.4 million to a Connecticut wife and husband after a table collapsed under the latter during an imaging exam.Read More

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02
May

Change Healthcare reaches ‘important’ step in resumption of services after cyberattack

Change Healthcare has reached a crucial point following the Feb. 21 cyberattack, owner UnitedHealth Group announced Monday.Read More

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