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The reduction of

lung cancer deaths through use of low-dose CT scans. Learn more about Imaging Forward

The estimated number

of cancer patients who receive radiation therapy each year. Learn more

The reduction of

breast cancer deaths among women who receive regular mammography screening.
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The number of

jobs the medical imaging industry accounted for in 2009. Learn more

According to the New England Journal of Medicine, medical imaging is one of the top developments that "changed the face of clinical medicine" during the last millennium. Today, imaging is...
  • Publications 06.30.15

    FAQs for Users of ACR’s CT Quality Control Manual

    Q. Can the ACR QC manual replace the vendor recommended QC program?
    A. No, the vendor’s quality control program is carefully crafted with the specific design of the hardware and software in mind and should be followed. Service and manufacturer personnel are trained according to these manufacturer procedures and are best able to assist you using these vendor QC tests. Learn More

  • MITA Statement 06.29.15

    Patrick Hope Joins NEMA as MITA Executive Director

    Washington, D.C. – National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) today announced that Patrick Hope has joined the organization as the executive director of its Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA). He comes to MITA from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) where he served as the senior director of legislative policy. Learn More

  • MITA Statement 06.19.15

    MITA Commends House for Passage of TPA Legislation

    Washington, D.C. – The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) today commended the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation, which ensures the United States secures the most effective trade agreements possible to advance medical imaging and patient access to care. Learn More

  • MITA Statement 06.18.15

    AdvaMed, MDMA & MITA Commend House Passage of Legislation to Repeal the Medical Device Tax

    Washington, D.C. – The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), the Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) and the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA), a division of National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), today commended the House of Representatives for passing legislation to repeal the medical device excise tax. The legislation, H.R. 160 “The Protect Medical Innovation Act,” passed with a vote of 280 to 140. Learn More

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