June 2019 Newsletter
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Shimadzu releases the SONIALVISION G4 LX – 180 cm SID configuration
With the 180 cm SID configuration, the SVG4 brings additional
functionality for making chest exposures with the table in the vertical position. When
only small rooms are available, the 180 cm SID is used for making chest exposures where
RF exams are needed but space is not available.
The Hitachi SOFIA scans an entire breast in a single 30-second radial sweep, allowing SOFIA users to see more patients per day. The data for each breast is then sent to the radiology workstation as a single 3D volume where SOFIA’s powerful review tools enable shortened interpretation times.
On the Brink of a Healthcare Disaster
A Blog Post on Rural Healthcare
With many politicians and news agencies speaking about healthcare, I have yet to hear any of them discuss the crisis that is rural healthcare. Since 2010, 107 rural hospitals have closed in twenty-seven states. This number does not include facilities that have merged with or sold to another facility, but only those that have ceased to provide any form of healthcare. Additionally, according to a report created by Navigant from information compiled from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (the other CMS), nearly 20% of all rural hospitals are near insolvency and on the brink of closing.
CMS Imaging News
How bringing in 3D whole breast ultrasound helped this Missouri hospital better serve patients - June 11, 2019
Is your medical imaging data safe? 4.4M files exposed online, according to a new report - June 3, 2019
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