Dr. Nathalie Johnson, M.D., FACS, Joins Gamma Medica’s Clinical Advisory Board

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SALEM, N.H.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Gamma Medica, a leader in molecular breast imaging technology (MBI), announced today that Dr. Nathalie Johnson, M.D., FACS, of the Legacy Cancer Institute and the Legacy Breast Health Centers in Portland, Oregon has agreed to join the organizations’ clinical advisory board, currently comprised of distinguished clinicians and thought leaders with expertise in women’s health technologies and diagnostic imaging. Dr. Johnson and the board will provide strategic and clinical advice as Gamma Medica continues commercialization and enhancements of its LumaGEM® Molecular Breast Imaging system. Read More

Gamma Medica Launches Be Certain Campaign to Educate Women on Dense Breast Tissue

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SALEM, NH – May 5, 2016Gamma Medica, a leader in molecular breast imaging technology (MBI), announced today it has launched the Be Certain campaign, featuring a dedicated microsite as the cornerstone of an initiative to spread awareness on breast density. Today, about half of all women in the United States have dense breast tissue, making them four to five times[1] more likely to develop breast cancer. Traditional screening technology alone is not advanced enough to accurately detect cancerous tumors for these women who have a higher intrinsic risk of developing cancer during the course of their lifetime. Read More

Six reasons digital health is coming of age

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Digital healthcare, a discipline with enormous potential to dramatically improve healthcare and healthcare delivery as we know it, is no longer an experiment or a novelty. It is a budding industry attracting not only major new players and consumers but, most important, investors – the key to ongoing adoption and growth. Read More

Southwest X-Ray LP Installs Gamma Medica’s LumaGEM® Molecular Breast Imaging System as a Secondary Screening and Diagnostic Tool for Women with Dense Breasts

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EL PASO, TX and SALEM, NH – March 28, 2016Gamma Medica, a leader in molecular breast imaging technology (MBI), announced today that Southwest X-Ray, the leading outpatient services provider in El Paso, TX, has installed Gamma Medica’s LumaGEM Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) system in its Gateway Blvd. West location. Southwest X-Ray will utilize the LumaGEM MBI system as a secondary diagnostic tool for inconclusive mammography screenings in patients with dense breast tissue. Read More

The digital healthcare tsunami

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An emerging, ground-breaking trend, the convergence of the healthcare system with digital technology, is rippling across healthcare and providing compelling investment opportunities for astute investors, particularly in private markets. Best of all, it’s only in its early stages. Read More

Gamma Medica and Alpha Imaging Partner and Sign Distribution Agreement

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Expanding the reach of Molecular Breast Imaging; a new standard of care in early breast cancer detection

WILLOUGHBY, OH and SALEM, NH – January 6, 2016 – Alpha Imaging, one of the largest independent sales and service providers of advanced medical imaging equipment, today announced that it has executed a distribution agreement with Gamma Medica, Inc. The agreement covers distribution of Gamma Medica’s LumaGEM Molecular Breast Imaging solution in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. Read More

Psilos VC: Digital Health Will Emerge as Top Performer in 2016

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As 2015 winds down, it’s a good time to look into the crystal ball for one of the toughest industries to predict: healthcare.

We recently picked the brain of David Eichler, a managing partner with New York-based venture capital firm Psilos Group. Eichler (pictured) focuses on investments in digital health and medical device companies, and he currently is the board chair of Gamma Medica and Caregiver Services. Read More

Pink is The New Black; The Health Care Blog Op Ed by David Eichler

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Pink is the new black this October, which marks the 30th anniversary of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. NFL players are clad in bright pink shoes and wrist bands. American Airlines employees are wearing pink uniform accents and serving complimentary pink lemonade. Police departments across the country are patrolling in pink cruisers. It’s all for a great cause. The money and awareness raised through this campaign helps to fight an insidious disease that will kill more than 40,000 women in the U.S. this year. Read More