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Global CT market to hit $6.14 billion by 2025
Driven by higher demand for mid- and high-end CT scanners
MEDICA 2021 - Where healthcare is going!

Delve into the world of medical technology! The entire industry will meet in Düsseldorf, Germany and online from 15 - 18 November 2021.

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Dollar General sets sights on healthcare, sees opportunity in 'health deserts'
Plans to add more health-related services and products
GE optimistic despite global supply shortage hurting earnings
Still predicts low-to-mid single-digit growth for healthcare division
The keys to successfully implementing a reprocessing initiative at an ambulatory surgery center
Insights from Ken Diebner, vice president at Provision Device Reprocessing Solutions
Intelerad acquires UK health IT company Insignia
Will help meet greater demands for diagnostic imaging in the U.K.
Canon to acquire chipmaker Redlen Technologies for $270 million
Will use chip technology to develop photon-counting CT scanners
How (and why) modern medical practices are adapting to new market needs
Insights from Michael Curry, CEO of Apex Physics Partners
Florida man pleads guilty to role in $73 million Medicare fraud conspiracy
Since the start of the pandemic, South Florida has emerged as the nation’s healthcare fraud capital
If we’re not careful, value-based care could worsen health disparities
Insights from Dr. John Frownfelter, chief medical officer at Jvion
Healthcare organizations must reimagine the patient experience to thrive
Insights from Greg Miller, vice president of industry strategy for healthcare and life sciences at Talkdesk
Five security lessons healthcare should keep in mind post-COVID
Some things will never be the same again, and that's an opportunity for improvement
Hospital bankruptcy filings fell to 'unprecedented' lows throughout pandemic
Researchers primarily attribute the findings to continued government support
Baxter reportedly on verge of acquiring Hill-Rom for $10 billion
Deal could be completed by midweek if talks are successful
Outsourcing clinical services may decrease quality of care, hike up expenses
Many outsourcing firms driven by profits, can affect quality of care for patients
With $71 million radiotherapy expansion, UT Southwestern spearheads adaptive treatments
Adds 71,000 square feet to facility, and seven new radiotherapy systems
Probo Medical to distribute Mindray ultrasound systems
Solutions range from entry-level black-and-white devices to advanced cart-based and touch-enabled machines
NY Times probe reveals huge cost disparities for same service
'It’s just astonishing how deeply ignorant we are about these prices.'

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FDA service and remanufacturing draft guidance: key takeaways

The long-awaited document encourages OEMs to provide instructions

The rise of liquid metal bearing X-ray tubes

The imaging technology at your facility is only as good as the X-ray tube inside it

How COVID-19 led to OEM service advancements

Manufacturers are leaning into virtual training, advanced remote monitoring and shoring up cybersecurity

The benefits of professional independent service

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