As in so many aspects of American life, the passing of the Baby Boomer generation will have an outsized impact in the field of health care technology.
Visaris Americas, a First Source company, will be showcasing its newly enhanced Vision C, a cost-effective, robotic radiographic suite at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA®) North Building – Booth 8332.
Conquest Imaging has dropped several top-selling ultrasound part prices as much as 40 percent, challenging health care delivery systems to compare prices and quality against other ultrasound providers.
Nate Gottwald is an imaging service engineer in the Imaging Equipment Services Department at Intermountain Healthcare.
There’s something impressive about a contingent of 19 imaging service professionals dedicated to keeping 5,000 devices operational and fine-tuned.
There is a big push by a number of large companies to make aggressive moves into the multi-vendor market.
In today’s marketplace, diagnostic imaging service engineers are often overworked and/or over extended by covering vast territories or a massive number of radiology equipment.
Virtually all of us face threats to our health on the job every day and some of those risks can be life threatening.
RSNA is an annual springboard the OEMs use to launch their latest and greatest in new heavy metal imaging technology.
The RaySafe Pro-Slit Phantom is a slit camera for accurate measurement of the focal spot size according to IEC 60336:2005.
Ray-Pac now has a YouTube video and a hands on instruction class to teach dealers and installers how to effortlessly calibrate a Shimadzu Portable using the new RADII insert.
The improving capabilities offered by high-slice systems will lead to hospitals upgrading from low-slice scanners as automated work flow and enhanced image quality remain important driving factors of the market.
GE Healthcare continues to invest in the Revolution family of CT systems which are built out of its passion to enable technologies that allow you to reach the right diagnosis, effortlessly.