Mammography-detected cancer patients underwent less aggressive treatments.
Stage 2 gets a preview at HIMSS 2012.
Dr. Arkadi Stolpner is building a proton therapy center in St. Petersburg.
AT&T and AMA strike a deal over Amagine.
HIMSS survey also finds 1/4 of polled institutions have had a security breach in 2011.
Siemens ships 1st Biograph mMR up north.
Divisions in the medical community emerge over likely ICD-10 delay.
Bill now going to Obama to sign, CSPAN says.
One of the first private proton therapy centers in Russia is in the works.
Generators get new boxed warning after last summer's voluntary recall.
17 x 17 inch Aero DR Wireless is cleared for sale.
27% Medicare cut to doctors averted again, it seems.
COO Timothy Marcotte gets promoted.
FDA sounds warning over unapproved devices.
Feds say fighting crime pays.
"Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging" might be coming soon.
Study says FDDNP could help in research for new therapies.
DR Systems gets U.S. patent 7,787,672.
Sens. Kohl, Grassley and Blumenthal want to know why the OMB hasn't acted on the FDA's UDI rule.
Gail Rodriguez promoted to head of MITA.
$820 million in cuts in proposed budget.
Budget represents a 17 percent increase over FY '12.
6th generation digital control system gets FDA clearance.
IMV report says cardiologists are cutting back on exams.
AAOS abstract says nearly a quarter of imaging tests ordered by ortho docs are done so for "defensive" reasons.
It's not all doom and gloom
Reporting system modeled after BI-RADS to drop next year.
Nance Greene named director of sales
Siemens-Accuray deal updated last month to include the CT-guided linacs, Accuray says.
Platinum to buy Philips distributor from Otter Tail Corp.
Technology not a tough pill to swallow.
Linda Ciofu Baumann, Mark H. Ebell, Jessica Herzstein and Douglas K. Owens join influential group.
China's rural clinics are going digital, a report says.
Former G.E., Orfit manager joins Samsung.
Most doctors support "aggressive" breast cancer screening, survey says.
75 lawmakers push for tax repeal.
Workstation developer enters point-of-care market.
Rules for what the industry calls a "job-killing" tax are proposed.
Canon acquires Delft DI for an undisclosed amount.
Aquilion Prime CT gets 510(k) clearance.
New deal could help products get to market faster.
Registry reaches milestone.
Drs. Anthony Defrance, David Levin and Jon Shanser join the board.
NanoKnife maker looks to move deeper into cardiology markets.
Palm Beach County to get $120 million proton therapy center, a newspaper says.
Medical imaging orders delayed as Philips feels the pinch from European economic woes.
Bill would scuttle multiple procedure cuts.
Study calls for stricter guidelines on ordering CTs in the ER.
Laura Hafner and Dick Branca get promoted.
Radiosurgery can help ease the nerve pain of trigeminal neuralgia sufferers, a new study says.