Zotec rolls out new reporting interface
January 22, 2015 -- Medical billing firm Zotec Partners has launched the Zotec Analytical Reporting Interface (ZARi) for radiologists.
BridgeHead unveils new HDM software
January 20, 2015 -- BridgeHead Software has debuted the latest version of its Healthcare Data Management (HDM) platform.
Elekta adds Mosaiq order in Western Australia
January 20, 2015 -- Radiation oncology firm Elekta will install its Mosaiq oncology information system at Queen Elizabeth II Medical Center in Perth, Western Australia.
Study finds HIT challenges in coordinating care
January 19, 2015 -- A recent study from the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality found that physicians who use health information technology (HIT) were only slightly more likely to receive patient information needed to coordinate care than those who do not use HIT.
IDS' AbbaDox wins MU stage 2 certification
January 15, 2015 -- Integrated Document Solutions' (IDS) AbbaDox 14 electronic health record software has received meaningful use (MU) stage 2 certification.
Visage signs NY customer
January 12, 2015 -- Advanced visualization and PACS firm Visage Imaging has added Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology to its client list.
Advocate adds to client list
January 8, 2015 -- Radiology billing and reimbursement firm Advocate has inked exclusive billing contracts with Main Street Radiology and Radiology Assoc. of Main Street in New York City.
Novarad completes Texas RIS installation
January 8, 2015 -- RIS/PACS firm Novarad has added to its Texas clientele with the installation of its RIS software at Advanced Imaging of San Marcos.
ClearData provides the cloud to Merge
December 19, 2014 -- ClearData Networks has become the cloud-computing provider for advanced visualization software firm Merge Healthcare's Merge One product.
RAND study questions whether decision support really works
December 18, 2014 -- Decision support for physicians ordering imaging exams has been touted as an effective way to reduce unnecessary imaging and ensure the appropriateness of studies. However, a new report released by RAND that evaluated a Medicare demonstration project of decision support suggests it may not be as helpful as it's cracked up to be.