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November 2019 Newsletter

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November 2019 Newsletter

Happy Thanksgiving!

The CMS Imaging Family would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

To all those who will be caring for patients on this holiday, Thank You!

We want to take this time to remind you that CMS Imaging's Corporate and Regional Offices will be closed on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th.

Our Charleston Call Center will also be closed, but we will be shifting our calls to our weekend call center for emergencies.

For service, please call 800.867.1821.

RSNA 2019

RSNA 2019 begins later this week! We are looking forward to seeing all of you there. Please stop by booth #1315 and say hello. If you are interested in a guided tour of Shimadzu Medical Systems booth, please register below.

Shimadzu Fluorospeed X1

RSNA Annual Meeting 2019

Shimadzu has a new fluoroscopy system available for those practices or facilities looking for a versatile system while minimizing your patients' dose. Learn more about the Shimadzu FLUOROspeed X1

Fuji ASPIRE Cristalle


Konica Minolta and Shimadzu Corporation collaborated on the development of DDR incorporating Konica Minolta's new advanced image processing and Shimadzu's RADspeed Pro radiographic imaging system.

Did you know Google just acquired the PHI of 5 million patients?

Project Nightingale

And while HIPAA covers the information, they can still use that data to make a profit!

Project Nightingale - A new blog post

"Well, Big Tech is at it again. I have previously written about Amazon's foray (here and here) into the healthcare industry, but now it is Google's turn. Google has recently partnered with Ascension, the nations second largest healthcare provider, on a project that Google calls "Project Nightingale."(This name comes from Florence Nightingale, not the picture of the beautiful songbird above.)

The partnership offers Ascension access to Google's vaunted cloud infrastructure and the full selection of Google Suite products. What Google gains has the potential for a massive invasion of privacy regarding 50 million patient's personal health information (PHI) across 21 states."

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