The AeroDR XE is the lightest DR panel available today, according to manufacturer Konica Minolta Medical Imaging.
Two radiology professors at the University of Minnesota, Michael Garwood, Ph.D., and J. Thomas Vaughan, PhD, are creating an MRI system designed to image only specific areas of the body.
Varian Medical Systems, Lincolnshire, Ill, will exhibit its PaxScan 4336W wireless flat-panel detector at the annual meeting of RSNA in December.
At the upcoming annual meeting of the RSNA, Carestream Health, Rochester, NY, will spotlight the two latest enhancements to its DRX-Evolution DR room.
Canon USA Inc, Melville, NY, will introduce the RadPro Delinia 200, a direct radiography (DR) retrofit solution, at the upcoming 2014 RSNA annual meeting.
Medxcel last week announced the promotion of Jason Smith to Director of Marketing. In this role, Smith will oversee the marketing strategy of multiple Medxcel subsidiaries.
In a 2-day summit held last September 22–23 in Cleveland, speakers considered how supply chain technology can cost-effectively help providers transition from a “volume-based patient care model” to a “value-based model.”
The Joint Commission will include a new “Patient Safety Systems” chapter in the 2015 Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. The chapter will be available indefinitely for download from the organization’s website.
In a free webcast, Frost & Sullivan analysts Archana Vidyasekar and Robin Varghese will review the top ten technologies that may transform our lives by 2030.
How the team at Christiana Care Health System used evidence-based guidelines to reduce the system’s use of unnecessary telemetry, cutting costs, decreasing alarm fatigue, and improving patient safety.