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Liza Haar

Liza Haar

Liza Haar is the editor of Diagnostic Imaging, where she writes, edits and manages content. Liza has spent her career in medical publishing. She started out as a production editor for peer reviewed medical journals before coming to DI. Email her here.

Sara Michael is editorial director for Diagnostic Imaging, where she writes, edits and manages content. Sara has covered healthcare, the environment, government and business, and she started her journalism career as a crime reporter at a daily newspaper. Email her at here. - See more at: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/authors/sara-michael#sthash.F9GzYRxm.dpuf

Liza Haar is the editor of Diagnostic Imaging, where she writes, edits and manages content. Liza has spent her career in medical publishing. She started out as a production editor for peer reviewed medical journals before coming to DI. Email her here.

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Find out which vendors and features are valued most by radiology organizations when it comes to image exchange.

The FDA has approved VISIQ, an ultra mobile ultrasound system designed for greater mobility, manufactured by Philips.

We've updated our must-have mobile app list for radiologists.

Federal standard would require women be informed if they have dense breast tissue as indicated on mammogram.

VIDEO: Merging health records and PACS can improve radiologists’ workflow. Cree M. Gaskin, MD, discusses the benefits and challenges of a new system.

While most states are looking to regulate licensure for radiologic technologists, Texas is considering eliminating the licensure standards already in place.

No problem, in some states, where radiology technologists aren’t required to have additional education or licensure. North Carolina is looking to fix this.

The FDA has given Bayer’s Gadavist approval for use with MRI of the breast to evaluate malignant breast disease.

Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, chief executive officer of the American College of Radiology passed away on June 5, 2014.

The decision to transition from departmental PACS to enterprise IT is not always a popular choice, but larger scope brings more opportunity for radiologists.

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