In response to recent concerns about the spread of Ebola, the ECRI Institute has established an online Ebola resource center as a free public service.
Iatric Systems Inc, a healthcare IT integration company, has announced that it will make use of the Apple Health iPhone app to help hospitals drive patient engagement.
With the introduction of its Dose Tracking System (DTS), Toshiba America Medical Systems says, measuring peak radiation skin dose during interventional procedures is achievable.
Enhancements to Carestream’s digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) module include a slabbing tool, improved workflow capabilities, and the display of DICOM-compliant 2D synthetic views.
A team of university and industry researchers has found that a new handheld ultrasound probe provides inexpensive, real-time dual-modality ultrasound/photoacoustic imaging.
A new ultrasound system from Edan Medical, the Acclarix LX8, made its debut in November at the MEDICA 2014 World Forum for Medicine in Dusseldorf, Germany.
“Small is the new big” according to Siemens Healthcare, which last week rolled out the Symbia Evo Excel, a new version of the company’s Symbia E SPECT system.
Designed in response to a growing number of HIPAA data breaches, BestCrypt Base software version 2.0 from Jetico allows simple, transparent distribution of encryption policies for removable storage devices.
Several key healthcare IT groups have banded together to advance efforts to connect electronic health records (EHRs) to health information exchanges (HIEs).
In this Soapbox column, Dave Harrington argues that the name “healthcare technology management” does not do justice to what biomeds and clinical engineers do best.