Industry News

  • In The News

    There is a big push in radiology right now to lower dose from all modalities and still provide great images, and X-ray is no exception.

  • In The News

    Hillary Clinton, who is widely viewed as a frontrunner Democratic presidential candidate, told the device industry that it should make its case for the device tax repeal within a larger set of provisions that could be changed in the Affordable Care Act.

  • In The News

    There is a “better than 50/50” chance the ACA’s device tax will be repealed if Republicans win the Senate in November, Evan Bayh, former Democratic Indiana senator and governor, said Tuesday

  • In The News

    According to a recent report from the American Cancer Society, cancer survival rates in the United States are climbing. While this welcome trend is a result of a combination of scientific, technological and medical advances, there is no doubt that innovations in medical imaging and radiation therapy technologies play a critical role in the fight against cancer.

  • In The News

    Lung cancer screening programs at community hospitals have seen a dramatic rise over the past year, which may be key to uptake among at-risk individuals, experts said.

  • In The News

    Imaging has contributed to significant advances in healthcare delivery, leading to better health outcomes and reduced costs. Technology that was once unimaginable is now the medical standard of care. But that is just the tip of the iceberg. The next generation of imaging technologies will not only detect the location of a tumor, it will provide details about the molecular structure of the abnormal tissue within a single scan. In other words, imaging has not just obviated the need for exploratory surgery — it may also soon render biopsies obsolete.

  • In The News

    The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA) announced a new campaign this week aimed at highlighting groundbreaking innovation in medical imaging technologies and the impact of these advances on patient care and healthcare delivery.

  • In The News

    The medical imaging industry has been challenged the past few years as it struggles to prove its value in a shifting health care environment. To show its worth, the Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA), the industry lobby, announced the launch of a brand new campaign called Imaging Forward on Monday.

  • In The News

    Advocates for the medical imaging industry are launching a campaign to highlight the technology’s value during a time of rising healthcare cuts. The Medical Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA) said that the multi-platform effort will put a “long overdue spotlight” on how imaging has lowered healthcare costs by minimizing unnecessary procedures.

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    Hear from Thomas Tulip, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer of Navidea Biopharmaceuticals, on why his organization joined MITA.

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