The Real Cost of Training

The Real Cost of Training

Blog There is no doubt that medical imaging technology is constantly changing and being updated. The age of the computer is driving technological break-through as well as increasing the flexibility of hardware through various licensing options. As would be expected, the...
by Sep 18, 2017 No Comments
The Big Push

The Big Push

Blog There is a big push by a number of large companies to make aggressive moves into the multi-vendor market. This is a manufacturer or large Independent Service Organization (ISO) taking over the imaging service of a hospital, health system or imaging group. For the...
by Sep 05, 2017 No Comments
New Technology, Same Goals

New Technology, Same Goals

Blog RSNA brought some discussion of phase contrast X-ray imaging. Phase contrast X-ray imaging is complicated and very different from a conventional X-ray. It provides better contrast in soft tissue than a standard X-ray. Lung imaging is one area that would benefit from...
by Jul 19, 2017 No Comments
Importance of Community

Importance of Community

Blog Although I do not typically write in the first person, and I normally write about ideas and concepts that are very broad, this article will be a bit different. This article started with a conversation I had about the upcoming Imaging Conference and Expo (ICE) in the...
by Jul 13, 2017 No Comments
Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

Blog In the world of medical imaging there are well-established requirements for the frequency and performance of Preventive Maintenance (PM) on imaging equipment. The specific procedures are laid out with enough detail to inspect, lubricate, test, and calibrate that even...
by Jun 15, 2017 No Comments