DOTmed Business News Covers Molecular Imaging’s New Twist

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DOTmed Business News, a leading health care magazine catering to industry professionals, has published its June 2013 issue. This month’s cover story tackles the latest twists to molecular imaging. The article offers insight into existing procedures as well as a look to the future of the technology.

Health care professionals from Stanford University, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, University of Virginia and University of Arkansas join the discussion with a executives from GE and Siemens to discuss the latest developments in the field.

Will radiopharmaceuticals have a bright future or will CMS squash PET’s potential? Leading experts from Northern California PET Imaging Center, GE, Eli Lilly, the American College of Nuclear Medicine, SNMMI, Siemens and Lantheus tune in for the discussion.

Within three years, diagnostic imaging will surpass 1 exabyte of data. If you’re not sure what an Exabyte is – to put it simply, it’s almost an unimaginable amount of data. For more info, check out the article and what an analyst from Frost & Sullivan, leading informaticists, a SIIM board member and a representative from Viztek have to say about exabytes and other info.

CT experts from NYU Langone, Siemens, Toshiba, PACSHealth, Stony Brook Medical Center, GE and Philips have taken the “better safe than sorry” maxim to heart. Find out what’s being done to decrease dose.

Other articles in this issue include:

showcases the predictions of leading industry experts and their thoughts about where their sector will be in five to 10 years. This month, we’re featuring and his suggestions about how to save America’s ‘catastrophic’ health care system:

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