Delving into Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

You hear about it on the radio, on TV and see it in the health system newsletter. Your facility has bought in or is close to sending out an RFP. The buzz is all about digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT). Experts weigh in on its prowess, performance and power in cutting recalls. Is it ready for primetime?

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Before the Deluge: What Changing Demographics Mean for Imaging

Age catches up with us all at some point. For the Baby Boomers, that point is arriving year after year, with 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day from now until 2030. It’s no secret our elderly population will grow to levels never before seen in the U.S. Meanwhile, the obesity epidemic rages on and other macroeconomic forces, such as the recovering economy and widespread health policy reforms, also promise to change the equation in healthcare. Are we prepared?

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BREAKING: Medicare Chief Jonathan Blum Leaving Obama Administration

The Obama administration’s top Medicare official is stepping down from his post. CMS Principal Deputy Administrator Jonathan Blum has been with the agency for more than five years.  CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner announced Blum’s resignation, effective May 16, in an e-mail to staff.

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Big Data In Medical Imaging: How Radiologists Are Taking Advantage

The use of business analytics may be a relatively new phenomenon in medicine, but it has been used to great effect in other industries for quite some time.

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