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St. Luke’s University Health Network taps GE for $11 million ultrasound purchase

Will install 76 ultrasound systems at St. Lukes in 2020, but deal continues over four years

New technology is advancing radiation oncology

The latest treatment innovations entering the market

Philips begins a major, 10-year strategic partnership in Germany

Marienhospital Stuttgart hospital to implement state-of-the-art technology across multiple departments

iCAD's ProFound AI solution now part of Change Healthcare's Mammography Plus software

ProFound AI to enhance workflow for mammography and DBT readings

CT Product Showcase

Just some of the products and services raising the bar for CT scanning

CMS delays start date for radiation oncology payment model

Delaying start date gives providers more time to transition to the new model

Deep learning approach in conventional CT yields spectral images

Can provide information on composition of tissues

Almost three-quarters of hospital leaders worried for organization's financial viability

Operating margins dropped in excess of 100% in second quarter for one-third of hospitals

Harvard radiologists see unscheduled imaging orders drop by nearly 50%

Credits improvement to System for Coordinating Orders for Radiology Exams (SCORE)

Philips inks deal with SimonMed Imaging for 3T MR scanners

The first six systems will be deployed in California, Arizona, Illinois and Colorado


The future of MR

Insights from Dr. Arjen Radder, general manager for MR at Philips

Maintaining compliance in the HTM department

Q&A with Mike Busdicker, clinical engineering system director at Intermountain Healthcare

Price transparency rule compliance is a low bar. Aim higher

Insights from Paul Shorrosh, CEO and founder of AccuReg