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New High-Speed Laser Tabletop Medical Imaging Printer Developed

A laser printer is intended for high-resolution printing of medical images, and uses photothermographic print heads that require minimal maintenance.  More...
03 Mar 2015

Sectra to Provide Radiology IT Services to Karolinska

Sectra Medical Systems has entered a new multi-year contract with Karolinska University Hospital to provide radiology IT services.  More...
03 Mar 2015

Cancer Detection Improved with New Image Analysis Technique

Researchers developed a novel image-analysis technique designed to improve breast cancer detection and diagnosis.  More...
02 Mar 2015
Image: Carestream Vue Cardio PACS (Photo courtesy of Carestream).

PACS with Patient-Centric Dashboard and Advanced Imaging Tools Revealed

An upgrade for a Picture Archiving and Communication System has been demonstrated at the 2015 European Congress of Radiology in Vienna.  More...
02 Mar 2015

European Governments Adopting Country-Specific Electronic Health Record Implementation Models

Frost & Sullivan has released a new analysis of the Electronic Health Records market in Europe. The study analyzes the hospital and ambulatory EHR market.  More...
24 Feb 2015

Telehealth Robot Launched to Increase Productivity of Doctors in Clinics and Hospitals

A robot uses high-definition monitors, high-speed components, and wireless communications, and serves as a telehealth media center to give doctors more flexibility in treating and assisting patients remotely.  More...
23 Feb 2015

Web-Based Zero-Footprint PACS Approved

A web-based Picture Archiving and Communication System eliminates the need for radiology departments to receive and transmit large datasets such as those from digital mammography, 1,000-slice Computed Tomography, and other modalities.  More...
16 Feb 2015

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