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Intermountain Medical Imaging Purchases Saltzer Health Imaging

Intermountain Medical Imaging

{Boise, Idaho, April 1, 2024} Intermountain Medical Imaging is ensuring access to affordable imaging services continues for patients in the Treasure Valley by purchasing Saltzer Health Imaging, located at Ten Mile Clinic in Meridian. Access to affordable outpatient medical imaging remains critical. “We

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The Dental X-ray Chronicles: A Journey into Oral Health Imaging (Gujarat, Amreli, Aravalli, Bharuch, Dahod, Botad, Devbhoomi Dwarka)

Future Teleradiology

Teleradiology Introduction: Embark on a journey into the world of oral health imaging with “The Dental X-ray Chronicles.” ” This blog takes you through the multifaceted realm of dental X-rays, highlighting their significance in preserving and enhancing oral health.

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Hyperfine, Inc. Announces Collaboration with Athletic Heart to Provide Vital Brain Health Imaging for Former Professional Athletes

Imaging Technology

milla1cf Wed, 02/21/2024 - 19:13 February 21, 2024 — Hyperfine, Inc. ,

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RadNet acquiring 6 imaging centers, adding $15M in annual revenue

Radiology Business

American Health Imaging, a partner with the larger private equity-backed US Radiology Specialists, is selling the locations.

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I think I had a stroke: why did my doctor recommend a CT scan, first?

American Health Imaging

appeared first on American Health Imaging. After a possible stroke, it’s important for your healthcare provider to collect all the information they’ll [.] The post I think I had a stroke: why did my doctor recommend a CT scan, first?

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CitiusTech and Radical Imaging establish partnership

AuntMinnie

CitiusTech Healthcare Technology and Radical Imaging have partnered to develop projects using the latter firm's Open Health Imaging Foundation platform.

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Do You Need a Brain Scan for a Concussion?

American Health Imaging

appeared first on American Health Imaging. Anyone can develop a concussion — a type of brain injury — after a fall, a car accident, or a blow to the head. While sports like baseball, football, and soccer are common causes [.] The post Do You Need a Brain Scan for a Concussion?