The National Cancer Institute—part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)—has awarded researchers at the University of Arizona Health Sciences $3.6 million to investigate a new imaging-based method to detect breast cancer.

Mobile x-ray company Trident USA Health Services has reached an $8.5 million civil settlement to resolve allegations that it participated in a kickback scheme with skilled nursing facilities.

The revised paper, “Considerations for Remanufacturing of Medical Imaging Devices,” is updated from a version released this past February and, again, requests that the FDA clarify the distinction between servicing and remanufacturing.

Radiologists with lifetime certification are more likely to forgo participation in American Board of Radiology (ABR) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) programs than those with time-limited certification, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.

The American College of Radiology suggests CMS delay the start of its new radiation oncology (RO) model to allow radiation oncologists adequate time to prepare for participation in the new model, according to a Sept. 16 comment letter.

The Fast-Track Small Business Innovation Research Grant is contingent on SubtleGAD's ability to produce certain deliverables.

Former Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center radiologist Mark F. Guilfoyle, MD, reached a settlement with the New Hampshire state Board of Medicine following his failure to detect evidence of breast cancer in multiple patients, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader.

Three-dimensional (3D) printed anatomic models—often derived from medical images—can be used during patients' operative care to save health systems substantial downstream costs, according to a new analysis published in Academic Radiology.

“If these millions of MRIs were re-read by board-certified radiologists, the true scale of this tragedy would become clear,” according to the lawsuit reported on by WCPO Cincinnati.

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) released a statement Sep. 12, announcing their support of a new bill that would create regulations and licensure for medical imaging and radiation professionals.

The FDA has cleared GE Healthcare’s Critical Care Suite, a collection of AI algorithms built into a mobile x-ray machine, according to a Sept. 12 statement.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) was picked by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to train physicians to classify pneumoconiosis on chest x-rays, a specialist otherwise known as a “B Reader.”