When it comes to medical imaging it is no secret that every second counts. The modern healthcare environment can be incredibly fast-paced and medical imaging professionals demand, and deserve, the best when it comes to time-saving technologies. We wanted to compare the efficiency of DR compared to CR

[caption id="attachment_5275" align="alignleft" width="106"] JED Armstrong, X-ray Solutions Specialist, Carestream[/caption] With growing concerns about decreasing reimbursement and lingering low confidence in access to capital for imaging and IT needs, how can radiology administrators identify waste and inefficiencies? At last week’s AHRA Arizona meeting, we discovered ways to

[caption id="attachment_4709" align="alignleft" width="99"] Jussi Perkiö, Director, Service Development and Medical Technology, PhD, Hospital Physicist, Suomen Terveystalo Ltd.[/caption] The goal of mammography screening is to reduce breast cancer mortality rates by detecting the cancer early enough for efficient treatment to be possible. In Finland, the mortality

[caption id="attachment_4703" align="alignleft" width="117"] Heidi McIntosh, Marketing Manager, X-ray Solutions, Carestream[/caption] I recently spoke with Radiology Today about computed radiography (CR) and how it is still being used widely throughout the world. Many people figured once digital radiography (DR) systems were intact they would replace and