Tennessee-based Priority Medical is expanding its ultrasound service reach to all of Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, due to customer demand in these areas.
Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) has unveiled its iMedHD2 Tele-Ultrasound System, highlighting the system’s ability to provide multi-participant real-time sharing of images, group annotations, snapshot and movie capture, and Voice-over-IP audio.
Siemens Healthcare has released the new version of its SOMATOM Definition Edge CT system, which features a TwinBeam Dual Energy X-ray tube concept that reportedly splits the x-ray beam into two different energy spectra prior to reaching the patient.
EOS imaging received FDA approval of its hipEOS system, a 3D hip arthroplasty planning software based on EOS stereo-radiographic 2D/3D imaging. The hipEOS enables surgeons to use low dose 2D/3D images in pre-surgical planning, such as hip implant selection and virtual positioning.
Paramed Medical Systems has unveiled its new MROpen, an open-style MRI system that allows more options for MRI, and is suitable for claustrophobic patients who get anxious in enclosed MRI systems. The “open sky” design and upright magnets of the MROpen will also allow for more upright MRI studies, and multi-position imaging.
Author Valdez Bravo explains how a chasm formed between clinical engineering departments and executive offices, and what steps we can can take to bridge it.
More perspectives on what’s to come for the HTM field in 2015 from two of 24×7’s editorial advisory board members: Ken Olbrish and Wayne Hibbs. The challenges they see will be familiar ones, but more intense.
24×7 interviews Dennis Minsent, former B-52 tail gun technician, recently retired director of clinical technology services at Oregon Health & Science University, and now founder of Healthcare Technology Management Solutions LLC.
Ampronix has announced the availability of its new DVMAXX HD, a medical grade HD video recorder and image capture device designed to meet a growing demand for high-definition medical displays, cameras, and devices.
According to a recent survey conducted by Dell that looked at technology adoption by mid-sized companies, healthcare is transitioning to cloud computing more successfully than other industries.