Sandy's silver lining: Hurricane creates impetus for change
September 19, 2014 -- NEW YORK CITY - Hurricane Sandy was a catastrophic event for New York City, but it did have a silver lining for NYU Langone Medical Center's radiology department. With help from informatics, the storm precipitated significant and lasting workflow and quality improvements, according to a Thursday talk at the New York Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium.
Digisonics integrates CVIS with GE's echo software
September 19, 2014 -- Digisonics said it has integrated its cardiovascular information system (CVIS) with EchoPAC software from GE Healthcare for analyzing 3D and 4D echo studies and strain rate.
RamSoft inks Ohio contract
September 18, 2014 -- RamSoft has won a contract with an Ohio teleradiology firm for its PowerServer electronic health record software.
GE installs new cath lab software
September 18, 2014 -- GE Healthcare has made the first installation of new business operations and analytics software for cardiac catheterization labs.
MedInformatix takes Las Vegas RIS order
September 17, 2014 -- MedInformatix will upgrade its RIS software at Pueblo Medical Imaging, a diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology service provider for the Las Vegas area.
NDSC expands provider base
September 16, 2014 -- National Decision Support Company (NDSC) continues to expand its installed base with more than 60 healthcare provider organizations adopting its ACR Select software for use within their electronic health record order-entry workflow.
Merge scores La. contract
September 16, 2014 -- Merge Healthcare has been awarded a contract for its cardiology and interoperability software by Willis-Knighton Health System.
eRAD completes Calif. order
September 16, 2014 -- eRAD has completed an order for its eRAD RIS with speech recognition software from Madison Radiology Medical Group.
Varian forms strategic alliance with Infor
September 15, 2014 -- Varian Medical Systems has agreed to implement business application software developer Infor's Cloverleaf integration engine.
Mach7 adds Fla. customer
September 12, 2014 -- Mach7 Technologies has signed Radiology and Imaging Specialists as a new client.
ONC publishes final EHR certification criteria
September 11, 2014 -- Under a new final rule released on Thursday, the U.S. government has chosen not to proceed with its proposed voluntary 2015 Edition Electronic Health Record (EHR) certification criteria for the meaningful use program.
Elekta debuts analytics software
September 11, 2014 -- Elekta will present its Knowledge Management software at next week's American Society for Radiation Oncology annual meeting in San Francisco.
Varian to launch data analytics tool at ASTRO
September 11, 2014 -- Varian Medical Systems plans to launch a new data analytics tool for its Aria oncology information system at next week's American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) meeting.
M*Modal offers outpatient coding services
September 10, 2014 -- To help healthcare providers address medical coder shortages in advance of the ICD-10 mandate, M*Modal has made available its outpatient medical coding services.
Digisonics takes Calif. order
September 10, 2014 -- Digisonics will install its structured reporting software at Hoag Memorial Hospital in Newport Beach, CA.
IDS signs Fla. client
September 10, 2014 -- Integrated Document Solutions (IDS) has won a contract with a Florida radiology practice for its AbbaDox Rad package.
MedQ wins Fla. contract
September 9, 2014 -- Radiology informatics firm MedQ has inked a contract with a Florida imaging practice for its electronic health record software.
Calgary partners with Aqumin on software
September 9, 2014 -- Calgary Scientific has partnered with Aqumin, a Houston-based company that creates interactive 3D visual interpretation software for pattern recognition and data analysis.
Regulation should keep health IT safe without slowing innovation
September 8, 2014 -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's proposal to revise its regulation of mobile medical apps reflects the rapidly changing world of medical software, according to Dr. David Hirschorn, who previews his upcoming presentation at the New York Medical Imaging Informatics Symposium on September 18.
Toshiba, Hopkins partner for big-data center
September 8, 2014 -- Toshiba Medical Systems has established the Toshiba Center for Big Data in Healthcare at the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins University.
Infinitt RIS gets OK for stage 2 MU
September 5, 2014 -- Infinitt North America's G3 RIS version 3.0.11.4 has been tested and certified as meeting the 2014 modular ambulatory electronic health record requirements for the meaningful use (MU) program.
BridgeHead debuts new data protection service
September 2, 2014 -- BridgeHead Software has introduced Rapid Protect Service, a new healthcare data management service targeted at smaller healthcare facilities.

|| About || Advertising || AuntMinnieCME.com || Bookstore || Breast MRI || Career Center || Case of the Day || Communities || Conferences || Contact Us || ECR News 2014 || Education || Equipment Classifieds || Europe || Facebook || Forums || Home || Links || Marketplace || Middle East || Mobile || Molecular Breast Imaging || New Installations || News in Brief || People in the News || Privacy Policy || RSNA News 2013 || Reference || Salary Survey Results || Trends in Radiology || Twitter || Vendor Connect || Webinars || XML/RSS ||

Copyright © 2014 AuntMinnie.com. All Rights Reserved.