Toshiba America Medical Systems

  • Are radiologists getting enough medical ethics training?

    Are radiologists getting enough medical ethics training?

    Michael Walter - http://www.radiologybusiness.com/ | September 08, 2017


    ​Radiologists spend a lot of years in medical school and in residency, but they still aren’t getting enough medical ethics training, according to a recent analysis published in the American Journal of Roentgenology. Read More
  • AMA urges Senate to oppose Graham-Cassidy legislation

    AMA urges Senate to oppose Graham-Cassidy legislation

    https://www.dotmed.com | September 17, 2017


    ​The American Medical Association (AMA) today outlined its opposition to the Graham-Cassidy legislation in the U.S. Senate, citing the loss of affordable health insurance coverage for millions of patients across the country. Read More
  • ASRT Foundation and Toshiba Medical Announce 2017 Safety First Grant Recipients

    ASRT Foundation and Toshiba Medical Announce 2017 Safety First Grant Recipients

    www.itnonline.com | September 18, 2017


    ​Mary Washington Hospital and Union Health-Union Hospital will both receive Safety FiRsT grants to implement safety initiatives that will elevate radiologic technologist safety in the workplace. Launched in 2015 by the American Society for Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Foundation and Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc., the Safety FiRsT program awards two ASRT members per year a grant of up to $7,000 each to improve radiologic technologist safety in their departments. Read More
  • Kids get more CT radiation at nonpediatric hospitals

    Kids get more CT radiation at nonpediatric hospitals

    Brian Casey - www.auntminnie.com | August 28, 2017


    Children who had CT scans at nonpediatric hospitals in Arkansas received twice the radiation dose as kids who were scanned at hospitals with a dedicated pediatric trauma center using optimized scanning protocols, according to a study published online August 25 in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More
  • 1st-year med students edified by intro to interventional radiology

    1st-year med students edified by intro to interventional radiology

    Dave Pearson - www.healthimaging.com | August 22, 2017


    ​Offering first-year medical students an elective introduction to interventional radiology (IR), researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and its Perelman School of Medicine have found considerable receptivity to the learning opportunity and heightened interest in the specialty. Read More