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David Rosenfeld
Proposed rules for stage 2 of the federal government’s electronic health record (EHR) incentive program were issued in late February, and the reaction from the radiology community has been somewhat favorable (unlike its response to the rules for stage 1). Proposed rules from CMS and the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT include specific
A West Virginia man has named a national teleradiology company among 15 defendants in a $2 million lawsuit filed this week related to his wife’s death in 2010.
An owner of radiology clinics in Colorado has launched a unique online tool that allows patients to shop for discount health care services.
Devicor Medical Products Inc. has signed exclusive rights to market a new beta-glucan tissue marker used in breast biopsies.
The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance last week put some muscle behind its intention to get Medicare to cover virtual colonoscopy procedures.
Todd Park served for three years as chief technology officer for the Department of Health and Human Services where he was widely seen as someone who brought innovation and new spirit to the field of health information technology.
A new study published this month in the American Journal of Roentgenology adds to the ongoing debate over whether the availability of prior imaging exams makes a difference in utilization.
Radnet Inc., the largest imaging center operator in the United States, reported record year-end revenues this week based on annual 2011 financials.
Fujifilm announced this week that user of its Synapse RIS would qualify for federal subsidies under Meaningful Use standards for radiology.
The national coordinator for health information technology fired back against a study published this week in Health Affairs, which stated that electronic health records may actually lead to more diagnostic testing rather than less.