Technologist licensure bill introduced in Pa.
September 23, 2019 -- A bill that would require licensure for medical imaging and radiation therapy technologists has been introduced in the Pennsylvania Legislature, according to the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI).
ViewRay subject to class-action lawsuits
September 20, 2019 -- A New York City law firm has joined several other firms in filing class-action litigation against image-guided radiation therapy vendor ViewRay.
Candelis launches new breast imaging workstation
September 20, 2019 -- Image software and archiving firm Candelis has launched a new breast imaging workstation., Yale to host social media event
September 20, 2019 -- Breast density education group plans to host its second annual social media education event, #DenseBreastDay, on September 25, in conjunction with Yale Medicine.
Philips, PURE partner on Rwandan teleultrasound
September 19, 2019 -- Royal Philips has teamed with PURE (Point-of-care Ultrasound in Resource-limited Environments) to develop a teleultrasound mentorship program in Rwanda.
Seno Medical highlights clinical results
September 19, 2019 -- Optoacoustic imaging firm Seno Medical Instruments is highlighting clinical results published in Radiology about its Imagio breast imaging optoacoustic ultrasound (OA/US) technology.
ACR debuts patient-oriented educational offerings
September 19, 2019 -- The American College of Radiology has acquired the My CT Colonography center online locator tool from Bracco Diagnostics and also launched a free toolkit aimed at helping referring physicians talk to patients about breast screening.
Accuray publishes guide to Medicare payments
September 19, 2019 -- Radiation oncology firm Accuray has published an informational guide to help radiation oncology practices understand the proposed Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement changes described in the Radiation Oncology Alternative Payment Model.
Nocimed wins 1st commercial clients for Nociscan
September 19, 2019 -- Software developer Nocimed has deployed its Nociscan spinal pain assessment software at Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group in Colorado and Spire Nottingham Hospital in the U.K.
Aidoc releases full AI software package for stroke care
September 19, 2019 -- Israeli artificial intelligence (AI) software developer Aidoc has released new AI software for identifying strokes on head CT scans and helping to triage patients.