When children must undergo medical procedures, imaginative play can be a key component in their care.
Hybridized versions of support agreements that blend responsibilities among the OEMs, ISOs and in-house teams have emerged.
Developed to mitigate the number and severity of accidents in the course of receiving a CT scan, XR-29 took effect in 2016.
Once leveraged, the value of big data to uptime, efficiency and overall equipment life becomes something close to indispensable.
There’s a difference in scale when some of the largest companies in the world are asked to absorb policy changes that the smallest cannot.
Today, more ISOs are pursuing independent certification that describes and validates their processes as reliable, reproducible and vetted by accrediting agencies.
A skilled service professional can be a godsend to anyone tasked with the management and upkeep of medical imaging equipment
We look at how the evolution of diagnostic imaging has changed the blueprint of health care facilities.
The length of time it takes to bring a medical device to market in the United States has been a subject of scrutiny and criticism among various manufacturers and industry watchers for years.
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.