GE launches dose blueprint in Europe
GE Healthcare has launched a European version of its Dose Blueprint, an approach to lowering radiation dose to patients that combines technology and organisational change, in response to an EU directive on ionising radiation.
Nottingham reduces heart patient visits
A new clinic at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has helped to halve the number of hospital visits for many patients with heart valve disease.
Teleradiology a medical act – ESR
Teleradiology should be redefined as a medical act rather than as a medical service, a new white paper on teleradiology recommends.
HSS management backed by Elysian
Wellbeing Software Group, a healthcare technology provider formed of three business units, including HSS, has been acquired by Elysian Capital.
London trusts given PACS data support
London trusts due to exit picture archiving and communications systems contracts set up under the National Programme for IT may benefit from contract negotiations that are under way with their local service provider, BT.
South west trusts reap PACS benefits
Five trusts in the South West of England are beginning to reap the benefits of a new Insignia picture archiving and communications system.
GE Healthcare acquires consultancy
GE Healthcare has acquired Finnamore, a health and social care consultancy founded twenty years ago.
Radiology IT needs to learn from Amazon
Healthcare IT is five years behind the technology used in other sectors and needs to learn from the best commercial operators available, the Radiological Society of North America heard.
Kingston opts for SynApps VNA
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has purchased a vendor neutral archive from SynApps to store images from its picture archiving and communication system.
Peer review to improve care
Radiologist peer review should be used to improve care rather than measure performance or identify underperforming radiologists, the Radiological Society of North America 2013 conference heard on Monday.