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UChicago Medicine building $121 million multispecialty care center in Indiana

130,000-square-foot center will see over 110,000 patients visits annually

Stick-on ultrasound patch could show when earlier intervention is necessary

Images blood vessels, digestive system, organs for up to 48 hours

Primary care docs need 26 hours/day to provide recommended care: study

A team-based approach, using nurses, PAs and counselors helps ease the overwork

Oracle-Cerner EHR shut down for four hours due to corrupted database

Error in database could have caused harm to patients

Butterfly files motion to dismiss Fujifilm patent claims

Says allegation lacks merit and is meant to distract from failure to innovate

Cohen Children's Medical Center opens $110 million pediatric surgical complex

Houses eight child-friendly, 600-square-foot ORs

ViewRay moves HQ to Denver

The Oakwood Village, Ohio facility will remain and focus on product development and training

Sudden clinic closures leave Pennsylvania patients, staff in limbo

Berwick Hospital Center's nearly 5,000 patients left with nowhere to turn

Mercy Iowa City turned down University of Iowa Health Care $605 million offer to buy

Offer was one of four rejected by Mercy in a search for a new partner that began in July 2021

Grady Health System leverages Vizzia RTLS

Consists of the 953-bed Grady Memorial Hospital, six neighborhood health centers, and the Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center

Magazine Features

Cardiology: Special Report

March 16, 2016

A spotlight on innovations taking place in cardiology

Mobile C-arms: Is the era of flat panel detectors and 3-D technology upon us?

March 10, 2016

From the March issue of HCB News magazine

Cybersecurity: effective strategies must protect medical devices

February 25, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

EHRs: is it easier to pay the penalty than meet the requirements?

February 09, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

Where do vendors believe PACS is heading?

February 08, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

RTLS/RFID points to life-saving potential that may surprise

February 04, 2016

From the Jan/Feb issue of HCB News magazine

Best of the Year 2015

December 30, 2015

The health care professionals honored in their respective fields

When do OEMs use special logistics and rigging companies, and when should you?

December 30, 2015

From the December issue of HCB News magazine

How to make renting a crane an uplifting experience

December 14, 2015

10 tips on making light work of heavy lifting

Charity – Communities making a difference for local hospitals

December 08, 2015

The Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk and BRA Day Pittsburgh

Will the 'Save Rural Hospitals Act' save rural hospitals?

December 06, 2015

From the December issue of HCB News magazine

Provider Radiation Safety – Two views

November 29, 2015

Dr. Lori M. Weir and Dr. John Racadio on the topic of radiation safety for radiologists

Ultrasound Technology: Q&A with Dr. James Trotter

November 09, 2015

Advances in ultrasound have helped diagnose liver disease and related illnesses

Q&A with Joel Yuhas, President and CEO of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center

November 06, 2015

The challenges of today and the forecast for tomorrow

There is more to proton shielding than meets the eye

October 12, 2015

Comparing the challenges of proton shielding with that of linear accelerators

MR shielding: don’t cut corners

September 16, 2015

Find out why it does not pay to cut corners with your MR environment

The rules of attraction: safety in the MR environment

September 15, 2015

From the September issue of HCB News magazine

Disaster Preparedness - What we learned from Sandy and Katrina

August 28, 2015

What we can learn from natural disasters.

Feature: Imaging center managers deal with an array of change

July 09, 2015

How imaging center management is changing and how to deal with it

Feature: Tomosynthesis: A new gold standard?

July 02, 2015

Find out if tomosynthesis will become the new standard of mamography screening

Radiopharmaceuticals: Should reimbursement rule treatment options?

June 18, 2015

The case for radiopharmaceuticals - what if all treatment options were determined by reimbursement?

Technetium-99m: Necessity is the mother of invention

June 10, 2015

The burgeoning rise of the hardest working isotope right now

Pediatric imaging solutions are delivering big benefits to small patients

June 08, 2015

Heroic efforts in child-friendly medicine

Diagnostic Directions Digital health: Consumers, outcomes lead the way

May 29, 2015

How the consumer is taking a more aggressive approach to their health outcomes

Patient Monitors: sleek, new wearables are attracting attention but traditional monitors remain standard

May 18, 2015

How traditional is still the way to go in the new wave of patient monitors

Imaging informatics accelerates change-agent role in ACA transition

April 24, 2015

How imaging informatics quickly transformed the change-agent role in ACA translation

RFID – a passive solution

April 23, 2015

How RFID is a low cost alternative to most RTLS infrastructures

Health IT Viewpoints

April 23, 2015

Industry experts share advice and discuss the challenges

Tracking down the latest RTLS technology

April 23, 2015

RTLS still answers the question, “Where’s my stuff?” but the technology has grown exponentially for tracking other information

Top 10 apps for the serious health care professional

April 21, 2015

Check out the best apps for the health care professional

Health Care: The soft underbelly of cyber security

April 20, 2015

how to protect your medical identity from cyberthreats

Top 10 Wearable Medical Devices

April 10, 2015

“The doctor will see you now"...from anywhere

Countdown to MEDICAL WORLD AMERICAS 2015

April 06, 2015

Save the date: April 27-29

One year of positive outcomes at S. Lee Kling Proton Therapy Center

April 03, 2015

A patient and a physician share insight into the proton experience

An overview of contrast agents today

March 31, 2015

Changes and challenges in the contrast imaging industry

Proton CEOs discuss treatment's rapid growth

March 30, 2015

What's good for patients is good for business

DNA damage during chest CT exams linked to intravenous iodinated contrast: study

March 06, 2015

Read this before getting your next chest CT exam with intravenous iodinated contrast

Cardiology: how smaller hospitals can provide top-level care

March 02, 2015

Smaller hospitals have found new ways to provide quality care to patients

Surgical lasers and energy-based devices for surgery

February 25, 2015

A primer on what's offered

Comparing options for stereotactic radiosurgery

February 24, 2015

Comparing options for stereotactic radiosurgery

On-the-Job Injuries: Cost of doing business or avoidable liability?

February 09, 2015

Limit your exposure by following these tips

Bugs - today, tomorrow and how we might beat them!

February 09, 2015

Infection control has some promising new technology in the works

Contracts and kill switches: the business of reprocessing

February 09, 2015

Reprocessing is saving hospitals money, but OEMs are fighting back

Medical Tourism - Health care disrupter or fringe service?

January 21, 2015

Where does medical tourism fit in today's health care environment?

8 tips to eco-friendly purchasing in the health care sector

January 15, 2015

Win-win purchasing strategies for the 21st Century

Focused ultrasound: The clinical possibilities beyond ablation

January 15, 2015

The clinical possibilities beyond ablation

Q&A with Jeffrey Brown, executive director, Practice Greenhealth

January 12, 2015

Brown offers the latest news about the organization

Urban health - big cities, big challenges

December 16, 2014

In July, the Carolinas HealthCare System Anson in Wadesboro, N.C., a town of about 5,800 people, opened the doors to its new facility and embarked on a bold experiment.

ED: New Technologies and programs for the changing health care environment

December 11, 2014

Improving patient care and staff efficiency