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Here you'll find insider perspectives from thought leaders in the health care industry on the most important issues and events of the day. For DOTmed HCB News, Voices is a place where candid opinions take the form of interviews, contributed content, and our company president's ongoing Jacobus Report.
Q&A with Dr. Julie Gill: How tech innovation has created gaps in the radiology student’s education
The ability to discuss procedures and pronounce medical terms correctly are vital skills that are often developed through interactions that don't take place anymore
IT Matters - Radiology workflow orchestration
Insights from Dr. David Hirschorn on a more efficient imaging department
Actionability: The missing link between data and improved surgical outcomes
Insights from Dennis Kogan, CEO and co-founder of caresyntax
Q&A with David Pacitti, President of Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. and Head of Siemens Healthineers North America
Insights from the show floor at RSNA
The five most important questions to ask about SPECT service
Insights from Craig Snodgrass, national service manager at Universal Medical
Frans van Houten, CEO of Philips, on the future of radiology
Discussing the demands for relevant innovations and the arrival of 'clinical data scientists'
CVS buys Aetna. What does that mean to you and me?
The Jacobus Report
Q&A with Don Mueller, CEO of Children’s Hospital at Erlanger
Making big strides toward Chattanooga's newest pediatric facility
The evolution of imaging technologies
Insights from Satrajit Misra, vice president of marketing and strategic development at Toshiba America Medical Systems
2018 predictions shared at our RSNA Press Briefing
The Jacobus Report
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