“We’ve flipped the concept from having to get patients to the MRI to bringing the MRI to the patients,” said senior author of the preliminary research, Kevin Sheth, MD.

Idaho-based International Isotopes has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for its radioactive therapeutic agent used to treat thyroid cancers.

The National Institute on Aging awarded Wake Forest School of Medicine a five-year grant to examine if a novel PET tracer can help researchers tackle the disease.

Caption Guidance works with ultrasound software previously cleared by the FDA to help inexperienced clinicians acquire transthoracic echocardiography images.

The Florida-based orthopedic surgeon filed a whistleblower lawsuit against Orlando Health, claiming he was fired for not referring patients to in-network imaging practices and performing surgeries at out-of-network facilities.

Researchers analyzed chargemasters and websites for the top-20 ranked U.S. academic hospitals and determined most are doing the bare minimum to offer digestible pricing information to patients.

Officials noted that the product line is no longer seen as a "strategic fit" for the Amsterdam-based company. 

An organization founded by Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan has dedicated more than $1 million to an international coalition of imaging centers and their mission to advance health knowledge.

Della Gallegos had brain scans completed in 2006, but a radiologist did not spot her tumor at the time. Years later, the patient sued her legal representation after he failed to file a lawsuit against the the imaging expert in a timely manner. 

Utilizing more efficient imaging protocols could spare patients from unnecessary radiation while also improving value.

A lawsuit alleged radiologist Steven Fuhr spent seconds reading nearly 700 CT scans, missing a brain bleed that led to a patient's eventual death.

Norris filed the suit against the manufacturer in November 2017, alleging his wife Gena suffered severe side effects from the contrast agent.