TeleTracking Technologies, Inc previewed a range of new products that offer medical facilities with more cloud-based and community-based operational solutions.
Rigel Medical and EQ2 have jointly developed an automated interface that provides a new approach to capturing and documenting medical device safety records in hospitals.
The sixth annual AAMI/FDA Summit, held in September 2014, focused on the safety challenges related to ventilator technology. A new report based on the event outlines the findings.
University of Michigan (U-M) Comprehensive Cancer Center’s prostate cancer specialists are now using the UroNav system to refine prostate cancer diagnosis and better identify those cancers that are more likely to grow quickly and spread to other parts of the body.
In December, Dallas-based Baylor University Medical Center reportedly installed two Carestream DRX-Revolution mobile x-ray systems.
As part of an overall effort to help clinicians control costs with more effective diagnoses and treatments, Toshiba America Medical Systems introduced new imaging systems at RSNA’s November 2014 meeting.
GE Healthcare has released two new digital radiography systems that are designed to accommodate larger patients.
Siemens introduced a new digital mobile x-ray system at the November 2014 RSNA meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
For those who want to dig deeper into the data from the latest HTM salary survey, 24×7 now offers a detailed report that records the answers to every quantitative question asked in the survey.
A look at Nebraska Medicine’s Biocontainment Patient Care Unit shows how HTM departments can prepare not just for Ebola but for any other highly contagious diseases.