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Jurors may be less likely to find physicians liable for harm from AI than commonly thought

Study provides first data concerning AI liability in personalized medicine

Total CT scans dropped 20% in 2020 due to COVID-19: IMV report

73 million scans compared to 91.4 million in 2019

Dartmouth modifies linear accelerator to deliver FLASH radiotherapy

Researchers hope to eventually conduct a human safety trial with FLASH radiotherapy

Interventional and surgical X-ray equipment markets plummeted in 2020

Insights from the market analysts at Signify Research

Radiology patient takes Cleveland Clinic to court over billing practices

Accuses health system of unfair billing for its radiology services

Five key lessons for boosting hospital finances and operations during COVID-19

Pandemic disruptions have caused radiology practices to reassess their financial states and operations

Philips to acquire Capsule Technologies for $635 million

The deal would scale Philips' patient management services for all hospital care settings

AI tool in development predicts prostate cancer recurrence risk

RadClip could help physicians personalize individual treatment plans

Solis Mammography has acquired Progressive Radiology

The deal expands Solis Mammography's presence for outpatient imaging in the DMV region

Deep learning models superior to machine learning at brain imaging analysis

Continuing to learn how to identify brain biomarkers from the data they process

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My name is Philip F. Jacobus, and I'm the CEO and founder of DOTmed.com, Inc., and the publisher of HealthCare Business News.

Generally, I spend between 5 to 6 hours a day visiting with people on the telephone, in person, or over video chat. These are their stories and the lessons that I have learned from them.

Philip Jacobus launched DOTmed.com in 1998. He has been involved in health care since 1977, when he visited China to sell equipment. He has done business in over 35 countries and still travels extensively. Phil is active in charity, helps rural clinics and always tries to help DOTmed users when he can.

Phil is a founding member of IAMERS and a member of AHRA, AAMI, HFMA and the Cryogenic Society of America. He has contributed to a number of magazines and journals and has addressed trade groups.

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Insights from Chris Hutchinson, director of clinical affairs at Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

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Medical errors are still killing patients in the U.S, let's talk about it

Insights from Dr. Doron Besser, CEO of ENvizion

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When the levee breaks on chronic conditions

Insights from Emily Li, PhD, vice president of analytics at EXL Health

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Beyond typical RTLS use cases

Q&A with Quake Global’s president and CEO Polina Braunstein on what’s next in hospital automation

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Four tips for implementing a successful virtual care strategy

Insight from Michael Morgan, president of Updox

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Clinical data connectivity solution: Offset pandemic impact, improve quality measures and reporting, facilitate shift to value

Insights from Josh Hetler, executive vice president of sales & marketing at DataLink

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Predictions for medical billing in 2021

Insights from Terry Rowinski, CEO of Health Payment Systems

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Three ways radiology departments can improve operations in 2021

Insights from Jeremy Simon, head of Dunlee's OEM Commercial activities in North America, and Jerry Carlson, product support manager for Dunlee