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 - Saratoga-Hospital-web
Sponsored by an educational grant from Hitachi
 Imagine trying to find a white rabbit in a field of snow. This scenario is similar to what radiologists go through when looking for tumors in a woman with dense breasts, as both normal fibroglandular tissue and abnormal masses appear white on a mammogram.
 - Main-st-cms
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Lawrence Carl, MD, is the medical director for Main Street Radiology (MSR) in Queens, N.Y., a board-certified radiologist and assistant radiology professor at Weill Cornell. His medical director responsibilities include keeping an eye out for emerging technologies to positively impact workflow and...
 - Greg-strowig
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
HIMSS 2017 was in Orlando, Fla., last month, and officials at FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. say it was yet another hugely successful show for the company. Greg Strowig, vice president of the company’s TeraMedica Division, says the company looks forward to HIMSS each and every year. 
 - Joseph-Marion
Sponsored by an educational grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Streaming technology is the future made present to those who want to watch movies anywhere at any time. It’s becoming the same thing to radiologists, clinicians and patients who want mobile access to medical images.
 - free-beck
Sponsored by an educational grant from Sectra
There is no doubt that vendor neutral archives (VNAs) have gained favor over the last several years in managing medical images. But there is some debate over whether hospitals really need both a VNA and a PACS. If PACS can do double duty as VNA and PACS, why do you need both? As we see it, you don...

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