Canon Medical Systems USA

  • AHRA and Toshiba Select 2014 Putting Patients First Grant Recipients

    AHRA and Toshiba Select 2014 Putting Patients First Grant Recipients

    January 26, 2015


    Seven leading healthcare providers were selected as recipients of 2014 Putting Patients First grants and now, using these grants, can create or expand education and training to improve the patient experience and safety in diagnostic imaging. Read More
  • The 6 Technologies That Will Change the Face of Education

    The 6 Technologies That Will Change the Face of Education

    David Nagel - Campus Technology | February 11, 2015


    Makerspaces, wearable technologies and adaptive learning technologies are three of the six technologies that will have a profound impact on higher education within the next five years, according to the NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition, released Wednesday by the New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative. Read More
  • 'Instagram for doctors' lets medics share photos

    'Instagram for doctors' lets medics share photos

    Meera Senthilingam - CNN | February 10, 2015


    The idea is at the foundation of social media channels: Seen something strange? Post it online. The desire to share the unknown, or complex, is a human urge, and no-one knows this better than doctors. Read More
  • UofL Is First to Launch Free Open Access Internal Medical Education Series

    UofL Is First to Launch Free Open Access Internal Medical Education Series

    University of Louisville - Newsroom | March 19, 2015


    The University of Louisville Department of Medicine has launched what is believed to be the first open-access internal medicine education online community in the United States. Read More
  • Private Radiology Groups More 'Social' Than Academic Groups

    Private Radiology Groups More 'Social' Than Academic Groups

    Diagnostic Imaging Staff - DiagnosticImaging.com | February 25, 2015


    Social media is an increasingly popular tool for radiologists to communicate, but more so among those in private radiology groups, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Read More