Mobile App Spotlight: CT Anatomy
May 5, 2015 -- presents the next article in an ongoing series highlighting notable mobile apps in radiology. In this installment, we take a look at CT Anatomy, an iOS app that offers a cross-sectional guide of normal anatomy as seen on CT.
Xifin buys medical informatics company
May 5, 2015 -- Billing software developer Xifin has acquired medical informatics company VisualShare.
Novarad adds clients in Philippines, India
May 4, 2015 -- RIS/PACS firm Novarad said it has completed installations of its products at locations in India and the Philippines.
Survey taps data analytics, BI as top health IT topic
April 29, 2015 -- Data analytics and business intelligence (BI) is the biggest health IT topic for 2015, according to Stoltenberg Consulting's third annual Health IT Industry Outlook Survey.
FINAO installs system in La.
April 27, 2015 -- FINAO Solutions has installed PowerScribe 360 software from Nuance Communications at Radiology Assoc. of Baton Rouge, LA.
The PACSman at HIMSS 2015: Getting a buzz from buzzwords
April 23, 2015 -- The PACSman, aka Michael J. Cannavo, gives his take on this year's Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting in Chicago.
eHealth Technologies teams up with Box
April 23, 2015 -- Electronic health records firm eHealth Technologies has formed a partnership with cloud storage provider Box.
Digisonics inks Okla. deal
April 23, 2015 -- Image management firm Digisonics will implement its cardiovascular information system at Stillwater Medical Center in Stillwater, OK.
Clinical decision support can cut inappropriate imaging
April 22, 2015 -- A meta-analysis published on Tuesday in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that clinical decision-support (CDS) software can have a positive -- if moderate -- effect on appropriate ordering of imaging studies. The researchers stopped short of recommending the use of CDS, however.
HIMSS: Mobile technologies bring promise but mixed results
April 15, 2015 -- CHICAGO - Healthcare organizations are increasingly using mobile technologies to engage with patients, but those efforts haven't always been effective, according to results from the 2015 HIMSS Mobile Technology Survey presented at this week's Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting.