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When it comes to breast cancer risk, breast density is a known factor that can increase the difficulty of detecting an abnormality. For this reason, 38 states and the District of Columbia currently require some type of breast density notification after a mammogram. There is also legislation in the works to enact similar dense breast notification (DBN) requirements at the federal level. With that much discussion ab...

 

Feb 10th, 2021

ST. JOSEPH, MO — Mosaic Life Care – Breast Care recently made the decision to replace their existing Mammography Inf...

Apr 21st, 2020

A question was recently sent to the MagView Support Department regarding the Tyrer-Cuzick calculation of patient risk, a...

Apr 15th, 2020

The MagView Team wishes the best for all our customers during this difficult time. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic...

Apr 10th, 2020

Radiology Regional, a MagView customer since 2011, recently hosted a MagView In-Service Day, where over 70 employees gat...

Mar 19th, 2020

BURTONSVILLE, MD —MagView is partnering with National Consortium of Breast Centers (NCoBC) on the NQMBC 2.0 (National ...

Mar 10th, 2020

When Gary Levine assumed the role of Medical Director of MemorialCare Breast Centers, his first challenge was to institu...

Oct 28th, 2019

The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced their revised fee schedule at the end of July, and i...

Oct 10th, 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has sparked a lot of debate in the healthcare industry. There are skeptics who feel that AI...

Sep 12th, 2019

Burtonsville, MD — MagView is pleased to announce a partnership with Hologic to develop advanced software solutions fo...

Jul 30th, 2019