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SIEMENS, UK, February 21, 2014 - Harefield Hospital, part of Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, recently held an opening ceremony to unveil the installation of a Symbia T16 TruePoint SPECT•CT from Siemens Healthcare. Former England cricket captain, Chris Cowdrey, unveiled the new system which is located in the Nuclear Medicine Department. The system is handling a mixed imaging workload of cardiac and non cardiac scanning, and is proving particularly helpful in determining the extent of disease in many clinical settings by combining the best of functional and anatomical imaging. The Symbia T16 was selected to bolster the hospital’s imaging capabilities and is proving a user-friendly addition to its existing systems. The Symbia TruePoint SPECT•CT system combines variable angle dual detector SPECT with 16-slice CT for rapid, accurate attenuation correction and precise localisation. It offers expanded coverage of whole-body CT applications, advanced neurology applications and cardiology scanning with calcium scoring in 15 - 20 seconds. Designed with patient comfort in mind, it features a low bed and integrated arm and head rests for easy patient positioning. Its 70cm wide bore can accommodate claustrophobic and bariatric patients, or those with limited mobility. “We selected the Symbia T16 because it offered excellent fused functional and anatomical imaging and suited our budget,” states Suzie Hinton-Taylor, Superintendent Radiographer at Harefield Hospital. “The installation ran very smoothly, and we got great support from Siemens post-installation. The staff have found the new system user friendly and we look forward to offering this advanced imaging service to our patients.” Professor Richard Underwood, Professor of cardiac imaging at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust added, “We are impressed with the camera’s potential to provide high quality myocardial perfusion scintigrams with effective SPECT attenuation correction using the CT component. The ability to assess coronary calcium alongside myocardial perfusion is also of value in assessing patients with symptoms of possible coronary artery disease.” “We are delighted the staff at Harefield Hospital have found the Symbia T16 such a valuable addition to their imaging portfolio,” states Andreas Hadjiphanis, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “The Symbia T16 is a flexible nuclear medicine system, suited to handling heavy workloads in busy departments. We are confident that Harefield Hospital will find this installation continues to improve departmental workflow and enhance diagnostic ... Read more


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(February 21, 2014 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada) RamSoft, a leader in RIS, PACS and Teleradiology solutions, has partnered with Alpha Biomedical in Gurabo, Puerto Rico to distribute its complete line of fully customizable radiology workflow solution to their local market. RamSoft partners with organizations such as Alpha Biomedical and Diagnostic to provide sales and service support at the local level. Alpha Biomedical and Diagnostic has 20 years of experience installing, repairing and offering maintenance services for a wide range of radiology devices as well as biotechnology equipment. According to Marilyn Solano, director of sales and marketing for RamSoft, there is still a great number of radiologists not taking advantage of meaningful use incentive dollars and my goal is to assist them in achieving this. “We are excited to partnership with a distributor that possesses a high degree of expertise in radiology,” states Marilyn. “Alpha Biomedical and Diagnostic is such a company and we look forward to working with them.” Alpha Biomedical along with RamSoft is going to put in as much effort as needed to get radiologists in Puerto Rico to go fully digital and achieve meaningful use incentive dollars in the process. ABOUT US: RamSoft, Inc., a Canadian IT software and services company with 20 years of experience, is dedicated to developing and delivering cost effective RIS, PACS and Teleradiology solutions for its clients in the U.S. and around the world. The company’s goal is to enable imaging facilities, radiology centers, and ambulatory and acute-care practices to continue offering superior patient care while improving workflow efficiencies. RamSoft, Inc. offers a wide range of affordable and feature-rich solutions such as the PowerServer™ Series of PACS, RIS/PACS, teleradiology, and patient information management ... Read more

OHS Conference Stresses on 'Prevention' in 2014 Edition…

SAUDI ARABIA, February 18, 2014 - Globalization has brought in new opportunities for industries, accompanied by emerging risks and challenges for workers. In recent reports by ILO, 2.02 million people die each year from work-related diseases and 321,000 people die each year from occupational accidents. Although there has been a decline in traditional risks and steps have been taken to minimize occupational diseases, prevention is the key for achieving goal zero. Themed under "Prevention through Protection", the 3rd Annual Middle East OHS Strategy Summit is scheduled to take place on 7-9 April 2014 in Le Meridien Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia. The conference will hear from Abdul Aziz Hussni Zurub from Abu Dhabi Municipality addressing on how to improve conformance check and establish quality HSE managements systems. Occupational accidents and diseases in industries like oil & gas, petrochemical, mining and construction impose enormous costs. It has been a common sight of workers on scaffolding without the appropriate gear and protective clothes. A recent report in Saudi Gazette stated that companies have taken a lax view towards their workers’ safety and they have been forced to work under hazardous conditions which led to a worker falling off the scaffold and suffering permanent disability. Is this is due to bad design or human error and behavior? will be answered by Thomas Kramer from International Society of Fall Protection. In his session on Slips, Trips and Falls, he will talk about the best and safe work practices. The second edition witnessed senior level industry professionals deliberating on leadership commitment, pressing issues in occupational health and safety, latest technological advancements for protection. The 3rd Annual will focus on key topics like preventing heat-related illness, coping with health challenges for expatriate and learning the art of sickness absence management. The prestigious speaker panelist addressing  OHS issues in the region include Dr. Ahmad Al Shatti, Ministry of Health, Dr. Ali Salem Al Alili, Ministry of Labour, Dr. Jens Thomsen, Health Authority Abu Dhabi (HAAD), Dr. Kashif Afzal, BP and Dr. Syed Z. Hussaini, RasGas. With 8 million migrants', Fleming Gulf takes the event to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in order to further broaden and explore OHS issues and better serve the OHS community in the region. About Fleming Gulf: Fleming Gulf is a leading provider of business intelligence through industry specific conferences, webinars and skills enhancement training courses by leveraging our network of industry influencer's with specialist knowledge to provide organizations the winning edge that makes a difference in their decision making in today's competitive business ... Read more

Enhanced Patient Care at Paul Strickland Scanner …

SIEMENS, UK, February 12, 2014 - Technology that would streamline workflow and keep dose to the most appropriate level was important to the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre in its selection of a new PET-CT system and it has opted for a BiographTM mCT hybrid PET-CT system from Siemens Healthcare.  Paul Strickland Scanner Centre is an independent medical charity based at Mount Vernon Hospital in London delivering specialist cancer care. It was one of the first in the UK to offer PET imaging, and now has a total of four Siemens imaging systems offering non-invasive diagnostic imaging to patients. The Biograph mCT is a hybrid PET-CT system that utilises Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure (CARE), optimising image quality at the right dose level. Combined with Fully Assisting Scanner Technologies (FAST), which simplifies and automates previously time consuming and complex procedures, the Biograph mCT is able to reduce dose and increase patient throughput. Patient comfort is expected to be further enhanced with the system’s 78cm bore, short tunnel and 227kg table capacity, designed to provide greater flexibility, maximise the centre’s patient base, as well as provide greater accessibility for difficult to image patients. “As a charity and one of the first centers in the UK to deliver PET scans to NHS district general hospitals, it is our aim to provide the community with the latest and most efficient imaging systems. Patient comfort as well as confident diagnoses is our priority,” states Margaret Sullivan, Chief Executive of the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre. “The Biograph mCT went through a rigorous clinician-led selection process and the decision was that it would be the best option suited to increasing patient throughput at the centre and helping to reduce the time between a patient’s diagnosis and development of their care management plan.” “In addition to oncology, we are using the system for a small amount of memory loss imaging and hope to increase Alzheimer’s imaging in line with the recent G8 dementia summit announcement that leading nations have committed to developing treatments for dementia by 2025,” states Dr Anthony Chambers, Consultant Radiologist at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre. “PET-CT is recommended as a method of diagnosing Alzheimer’s by both the Intercollegiate Standing Committee 2013 and referenced in NICE guidelines on dementia, so we feel there will be a growing appetite for the use of FDG PET for specialist Alzheimer’s imaging.” “Paul Strickland Scanner Centre has continued to remain at the forefront of imaging technology, having invested in state-of-the-art technology including a Siemens MR system and now a PET-CT system,” states Andreas Hadjiphanis, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “We are thrilled the centre has chosen to use advanced Siemens technologies to not only provide excellent image quality in both PET and CT modalities, but also present patients with a rapid and more comfortable ... Read more

TeraMedica Debuts Zero-Footprint Universal Viewer for …

Leading VNA Vendor Extends Image Viewing with New Univision EV (February 11, 2014 – MILWAUKEE, WI)  Enhancing its flagship Evercore vendor neutral archive (VNA), TeraMedica introduces at HIMSS 2014 Univision EV, a universal image viewer with an advanced toolset that enables full-resolution visualization of a full range of DICOM and non-DICOM images anywhere, anytime on any device. New Univision EV is a browser-based, zero-footprint viewer supporting display of all standard image formats for any modality and department in native format. It offers an advanced image manipulation toolset that includes sophisticated 3D reformatting, multi-cine, side-by-side comparison and more. The new offering complements TeraMedica’s existing Univision reference-quality viewer to deliver a more versatile and robust option for specific use cases. “New Univision EV provides medical specialists who need access to full fidelity images hospital-wide and beyond with an easy-to-deploy and use solution with a consistent user interface across all image types and devices.  This includes PCs and Macs, smart phones and tablets,” says Jim Prekop, TeraMedica CEO. “Images may be viewed directly from the Evercore VNA as well as any EMR. The zero-footprint technology renders from a single location, providing streamlined off-site image viewing for expert consults and second opinions.” Prekop also notes that for sites in the process of migrating data to an Evercore archive, the new viewer will provide universal enterprise access to images siloed in individual department archives before they are moved. Taking advantage of today’s leading edge technology, Univision EV utilizes fast server-side rendering and is VM-ware and Citrix ready. It is compatible with all standard web browsers and is scalable to support the entire user base across the enterprise. “With Univision EV, customers can implement a robust diagnostic quality viewer tightly integrated with a leading edge VNA through a single vendor,” says Prekop. “The new offering was developed in response to customer requests and meets their full range of needs.” TeraMedica is an established leader in VNA storage architecture providing interoperability among data from disparate healthcare IT applications with common formatting and centralized archiving. Today, VNA is enabling a growing number of future-focused healthcare enterprises around the world to realize the promise of integrated patient-centric healthcare across multiple healthcare applications and IT systems. In the U.S., it is playing a crucial role in placing healthcare enterprises on the road to meaningful use.  The TeraMedica VNA is installed in more than 600 sites around the world. Currently in New South Wales, Australia, TeraMedica’s Evercore VNA is being implemented in a multi-phased project to help enable immediate access to patient imaging exams and reports across all public hospitals included in one of the world’s largest Health Imaging Exchanges (HIE)s. About TeraMedica® Inc. TeraMedica, Inc., a global healthcare informatics company based in Milwaukee, WI, is the leading provider of vendor neutral, enterprise-wide solutions for unrestricted medical image management. The company began with the successful development of a cross-departmental, patient-centric clinical image archive for the Mayo Clinic in 2001. To date, TeraMedica has over 600 customer-driven deployments on six continents. Such flexibility can only be achieved by an organization that is committed to exceeding customer expectations using a technology platform that has been designed for ... Read more

Siemens Healthcare Welcomes Seven-Day NHS Services …

SIEMENS, UK, February 10, 2014 - Siemens Healthcare announces that from April it will be extending its existing Customer Services Performance Plans to provide both remote and on-site customer service and support from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week as standard. Siemens’ new provision enables customers to tailor their service and support to times convenient for the customer, facility and patients across the seven-day week. Examples include the requirement for emergency remote support beyond 5pm or planned preventative maintenance at weekends. Under the plans proposed by Sir Bruce Keogh, Medical Director of the NHS, Trusts in England will have to ensure key diagnostic tests are available seven days a week and this will require the scheduled use of imaging and diagnostic services. Following initial consultations with UK customers by Siemens, positive feedback about its planned extended provision has been gained. 80 percent of Trusts spoken to by Siemens had already implemented or were planning to implement extended departmental working hours. Trusts also commented that longer service provision would help them better manage heavy workload, particularly in the areas of delivering increased capacity and continuous levels of high quality patient care. “We welcome the opportunity to support NHS Trusts in the climate of extended care and treatment. Siemens already has a history of assisting its customers out of hours and our extended service provision now takes this approach to the next level,” states Marc Roberts, Director Customer Services at Siemens Healthcare. “By automatically extending Siemens Performance Plans we hope this will enable clinicians to choose when they need assistance or plan a service visit at a time most convenient to them and their ... Read more

Konica Minolta SONIMAGE P3 Hand-Held Ultrasound Ideal …

Wayne, NJ, February 6, 2014 – A recent editorial in the journal Global Heart, a publication for the World Heart Federation, suggests that the hand-held ultrasound may soon replace the stethoscope. The authors wrote, “Many experts have argued that ultrasound has become the stethoscope of the 21st century,” and point out that several manufacturers offer hand-held ultrasound machines slightly larger than a deck of cards with technology and screens similar to today’s smartphones. Konica Minolta Medical Imaging’s newly launched SONIMAGE P3 is a hand-held ultrasound device intended for use at the point-of-care to help clinicians visually assess a patient efficiently and immediately for a rapid diagnosis that can improve health at an affordable price. Additionally, Konica Minolta’s recent acquisition of Panasonic Healthcare’s ultrasonic diagnostic equipment business will enable the company to continue developing ultrasound technology and innovative new probes. “Konica Minolta had the foresight to see and understand the impact and clinical value of hand-held ultrasound in the delivery of patient care—both within hospitals and physician offices,” says Diane Hunt, Vice President of Marketing, Konica Minolta Medical Imaging. “Ultrasound is a cornerstone of our primary imaging solutions business strategy and will represent a significant portion of our continued investment in technology.” While the authors cite cost, lack of accessibility and training as factors impacting the prevalence of ultrasound in all clinical settings, they predict that as technology costs continue to decrease there will be a corresponding increase in the acquisition of hand-held ultrasound devices.  About Konica Minolta Medical Imaging Konica Minolta Medical Imaging is a world class provider and market leader in medical diagnostic primary imaging. With over 75 years of endless innovation, Konica Minolta is globally recognized as a leader providing cutting-edge technologies and comprehensive support aimed at providing real solutions to meet customer's needs. Konica Minolta Medical Imaging, headquartered in Wayne, NJ, is a unit of Konica Minolta, Inc. (TSE: ... Read more

New Imaging System Facilitates Provision of Cartilage …

SIEMENS, UK, February 6, 2014 - 31 Old Broad Street, a London Bridge Hospital Diagnostic and Treatment Centre, has recently installed its first MAGNETOM® Skyra 3T MRI system from Siemens Healthcare. Supplementary to the hospital’s six existing Siemens MRI systems, it is hoped the Skyra will provide support for more complex clinical procedures. It was chosen by the hospital for its articular cartilage mapping capabilities and ease of use, with front-end familiarity cited as a key factor in the decision-making process. The system has reduced the number of hip arthograms carried out by staff and allowed the hospital to provide cartilage mapping services to patients for the first time. The hospital has also been impressed with the high quality image resolution in joint, brain and prostate imaging provided by the Skyra, which employs Dot™ (Day optimising throughput) technology. This sits alongside Tim® 4G (total imaging matrix) functionality, designed to assist with the rapid acquisition of images. By providing patient personalisation options, user guidance and examination automation to help optimise workflow, the Skyra is expected to assist the hospital’s MRI imaging workload in a wide range of areas including hips, knees, brain and prostate procedures. Additionally, the Skyra has helped to enhance patient comfort with its 70cm Open Bore design suitable for a variety of patients, assisting patients affected by claustrophobia. “The combination of excellent image quality and advanced features for new procedures such as cartilage mapping made the MAGNETOM Skyra the right choice for 31 Old Broad Street,” states Joe Cornall, Head of Imaging Services at London Bridge Hospital. “The Skyra is not just another MRI system; it is integral to our orthopaedic and prostate work. It also enables us to develop brain imaging services with neurologists on site, and we are looking to publish data about articular mapping in the future, working alongside our orthopaedic consultants.” “We are pleased to learn that the Skyra’s easy-to-use yet advanced interface has helped to streamline workflow at 31 Old Broad Street,” states Malcolm Pickering, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “By employing Tim & Dot technology, which assists with the swift attainment of high quality images, the Skyra strikes the right balance between flexibility, accuracy and ... Read more


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ViewRay System Expands Treatment Options for Cancer Patients CLEVELAND, Ohio, February 5, 2014—The ViewRay™ system, the world’s first and only MRI--? guided radiation therapy system, is being used to treat patients at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes--?Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo. The ViewRay system provides a patented combination of simultaneous radiation therapy delivery and continuous magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the treatment of cancer. MRI--?guided radiation therapy enables clinicians to see a patient’s internal anatomy in real--?time and keep the radiation beams on target when the tumor moves during treatment. One of the initial treatments being delivered on the ViewRay system is stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) for lung cancer. SBRT is a type of radiation therapy in which a few very high doses of radiation are delivered to small, well--?defined tumors to kill cancer cells while minimizing exposure to surrounding healthy organs. "Treating patients is a key milestone for ViewRay, but more importantly, it marks a significant advance in cancer care,” said Chris A. Raanes, ViewRay president and CEO. “MRI--?guided radiation therapy is no longer a research quest; today it has become real and offers physicians a new and powerful weapon for treating cancer.” An international leader in cancer treatment and research, the Siteman Cancer Center has a rich history of adopting and helping to develop new technology with a focus on improving patient care and outcomes. “Real--?time MR guidance offers a way to treat tumors that move with respiration,” said Jeffrey Bradley, M.D., S. Lee Kling Professor of Radiation Oncology at Siteman Cancer Center and Washington University School of Medicine. “Our physicians and physicists report the ability to see tumors move in real--?time during the entire treatment. This helps to ensure that tumor targets are hit and healthy tissue is spared.” About ViewRay ViewRay Incorporated of Cleveland, Ohio, is a privately held medical device company developing advanced radiation therapy technology for the treatment of cancer. The ViewRay system provides continuous soft--?tissue imaging during radiation therapy using MRI--?guidance, so that Clinicians are able to see exactly where the radiation dose is being delivered and adapt to changes in the patient’s anatomy. About the Siteman Cancer Center The Siteman Cancer Center, the only National Cancer Institute--?designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in Missouri, is ranked among the top cancer facilities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Comprising the cancer research, prevention and treatment programs of Barnes--? Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, Siteman also is Missouri’s only member of the National Comprehensive Cancer ... Read more

Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital Future-Proofs …

SIEMENS, UK, February 4, 2014 - Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, part of Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has strengthened its CT imaging facilities with the installation of a SOMATOM® Definition Flash CT system from Siemens Healthcare. The new system is intended to improve departmental workflow and expand services available to the local patient community. It also provides the potential to expand the hospital’s cardiac, neurological, oncological, trauma and pediatric CT imaging services in the future. The CT system’s Dual Source technology enables whole body imaging in under five seconds speeding up throughput and smoothing workflow. This helps the hospital to increase the frequency and volume of procedures. The SOMATOM Definition Flash is also designed to improve the quality of routine and non-routine examinations while also ensuring the lowest possible dose for patients. The hospital is benefiting from the system’s Stellar Detector technology that supplies ultra-thin slices with high spatial resolution plus also virtually eliminating electronic noise. Flash Spiral scanning, which incorporates two X-ray tubes, is designed to increase the speed and accuracy of imaging by minimiszing the impact of the patient’s heart rate or movement. In turn, this is intended to reduce the need for sedation and to optimize diagnosis in a trauma situation. The installation at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital is part of Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s on-going investment in advanced imaging and diagnosis capabilities, and comes at the same time as the opening of newly refurbished 24-hour X-ray facility. Both the new X-ray facilities and Definition Flash will be used for routine and emergency procedures. “We are investing for the future, to provide excellent care using leading-edge technology,” states Donna Green, Deputy Chief Executive at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. “The new CT system will provide detailed routine and emergency images with greater speed and accuracy, allowing us to provide even better diagnosis for patients. The system’s ease of use has been well received by the radiology team that also welcomes the dose protection offered by the system’s innovative features.“ “Hampshire Hospitals is keen to build on the work of the specialist cardiac services that already exist at the hospital and we’re delighted that the installation of the SOMATOM Definition Flash will support this goal,” states Paul Vaughan, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “Split-second imaging capabilities, together with the ability to provide minimum dose levels without compromising image quality, should assist the hospital in its aim of providing even better care and diagnosis for ... Read more

IBIS Edu Announces its 9th PACS Training in Dubai…

Feb 2, 2014 - IBIS Edu (formerly ICT for Health), the training wing of IBIS Technologies, LLC is organizing its 9th PACS Admin seminar and workshop in the Middle East. Course is delivered by Certified Trainers from UK who carry over 25 years of experience in PACS related training and consulting. All our courses are prepared keeping in view the learning requirements for PARCA & ABII certifications including CPIA, CIIP, CPSM & CPAS certificates. Further Details: The PACS training seminar in Dubai is interactive and practical, emphasizing the importance of hands on experience so that delegates understand the functionality of their systems and can employ them to greatest effect. Course content is highly tailored to meet pre-determined needs and case studies, examples and practical exercises are based on real life scenarios to ensure their relevance and enhance their impact. Dubai PACS Seminar Participants will get a thorough understanding of all the aspects of IHE, PACS system, the typical PACS System Administrator's job, HL7 and the DICOM standards. Our seminars are limited with regard to the attendance and are very interactive with a great deal of hands-on. One whole day is dedicated to troubleshooting and hands-on. Course Outline: Day 1: Introduction to Radiology & PACS. Day 2: PACS Management. Day 3: PACS Administration- Interfacing and Data Protocols. Day 4: PACS Administration- Components, Processes and Workflow. Day 5: System Administration Workshop (Troubleshooting & Hands On). Zaheer Abbas, CEO, IBIS Technologies states, “Educating and training healthcare professionals in the Middle East is one of top priorities of IBIS Edu  and a personal motive since the start of this struggle in 2005. We have proved this in the past through our 8 successful seminars, and dedicated healthcare information portals under IBIS Health”. For registration and additional information, please visit our website ibisedu.com or contact us at info@ibisedu.com About IBIS Edu: IBIS Edu (formerly ICT for Health) is pioneer in healthcare technology training and consulting in the Middle East.  IBIS provides a variety of training and consulting solutions to medical imaging centers, healthcare organizations and hospitals in the Middle ... Read more

Konica Minolta Maintains CR Market Leadership in MD …

Wayne, NJ, January 29, 2014 – Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced today that for the eighth year in a row, the company is the top rated CR solutions vendor in the U.S. according to MD Buyline survey results. MD Buyline is a leading, independent provider of evidence-based information and vendor rankings are based on actual user satisfaction composite ratings. Konica Minolta received the highest ranking across all six categories and was the only company to receive a 9.0 or higher in each of the categories. Additionally, Konica Minolta has been the only company to maintain a composite rating of 9.0 or higher since the first quarter of 2012. In the last two quarters of 2013, Konica Minolta has maintained its 9.0+ rating while the market average of all vendors declined. “The latest MD Buyline results are further testament to the superiority of Konica Minolta CR solutions customer experience, particularly in the areas of performance, post sale support, and reliability,” says Diane Hunt, Vice President, Marketing, The America’s. “We are very proud to deliver products and services that exceed our customers’ expectations. We and our distribution partners are committed to raising the industry bar for expected level of product features and quality, post sales service and applications training across all of Konica Minolta’s Primary Imaging Solutions.” In the latest survey, MD Buyline reported that rather than eliminating CR technology,  customers are placing their CR units in strategic areas where the use of CR remains an optimal workflow solution. MD Buyline noted that customers continue to use CR technology in conjunction with DR technology. Konica Minolta CR solutions, REGIUS, Nano and ImagePilot CR remain at the top of the list for buyers’ future purchases of CR, due to the high uptime levels noted in the MD Buyline survey. About Konica Minolta Medical Imaging Konica Minolta Medical Imaging is a world class provider and market leader in medical diagnostic primary imaging. With over 75 years of endless innovation, Konica Minolta is globally recognized as a leader providing cutting-edge technologies and comprehensive support aimed at providing real solutions to meet customer's needs. Konica Minolta Medical Imaging, headquartered in Wayne, NJ, is a unit of Konica Minolta, Inc. (TSE: ... Read more

Nextremity Solutions Presents Re+Line Bunion …

Warsaw, IN (MMD Newswire) January 28, 2014 -- Early results of the limited commercial release of the Re+Line Bunion Correction System were presented during the New York Podiatric Clinical Conference (NYSPMA) held in New York on January 24-26. Lon ... Read more

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