It’s hard to believe we are now less than a week away from RSNA 2009! We couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming participation at this year’s gathering of all-things radiology. Undoubtedly, it’s one of the busiest weeks of the year for us—as we make
Every RSNA attendee faces the same challenge: there’s too much to see and not enough time. Everyone wants to experience the year’s most innovative and advanced new products. But inevitably, unless you can clone yourself, you’ll have to choose among RSNA’s vast array of 700+
One of the few limitations of DR technology has been the need to use CR cassettes for out-of-Bucky work and complex cross-table exams. Now a new DR system makes those requirements obsolete.
The fully automated CARESTREAM DRX-Evolution system delivers dynamic throughput with autopositioning and autocentering features
Breast cancer is one of the greatest causes of cancer death among women in developing countries. As these countries progress with improved living and economic conditions, women’s health issues gradually assume increasing priority. There is a tremendous worldwide need for breast cancer education and awareness,
The flurry of attention and concern over decreased reimbursement intensified this past week with the recent CMS announcement calling for new Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rules that would raise the assumed utilization rate for outpatient services from 50 to 90 percent for imaging equipment with
When it comes to the radiology reading, one of the weakest links is the lack of access to patient information. To provide an accurate read, radiologists should have patient information as well as current and prior imaging studies. As a radiologist, the typical patient clinical