FBI Warns Healthcare Companies About Hacker Threat

The FBI has issued a warning that hackers are actively targeting the healthcare industry, reports Reuters. The announcement follows the recent attack on hospital group Community Health Systems, which put the personal information of about 4.5 million patients at risk.

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Decade of Lung CAD Brings Insight, but Little Daily Use

Computer-aided detection (CAD) is known to boost radiologist performance in the detection of lung nodules, and radiologists certainly need the help. But despite a decade of fine-tuning and some powerful new capabilities, CAD systems haven’t found a place in daily practice at most imaging facilities.

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General Electric Wants to Act Like a Startup

In a Manhattan office, a small team of engineers, marketers, and product designers is plotting the future of medical devices. With hopes of “disrupting” the market, the group is using a limited budget to streamline the development of a new PET/CT scanner while addressing customer concerns over price, performance, and ease of use.

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International Trade Update : Doing Business in Africa

Stefan M. Selig,  Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, said that the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Administration made history last week.

Along with Bloomberg Philanthropies, he hosted the “U.S.-Africa Business Forum”—the first ever summit of its kind.

The Forum brought together U.S. and African CEOs and heads of state to solidify and continue the U.S.-Africa commercial relationship.

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