Hitachi Aloka Medical and Omega Medical Imaging land a collective $28.4 million in contracts to provide military and federal civilian agencies with radiology products, services and supplies.
The U.S. Department of Defense awarded contract extensions worth a total $28.4 million to Hitachi's (NYSE:HIT) Aloka Medical and to Omega Medical, according to a federal memo.
Lumicell amends its $1 million equity and Series B preferred funding round after raising nearly $600,000 from an additional 2 investors.
Imaging systems maker Lumicell Diagnostics amended a previously closed $1 million funding round after landing another $560,000 in financing from 2 new investors, regulatory filings show.
A pair of New York radiology services providers agree to pay $15.5 million to settle allegations that they billed Medicare for unnecessary or fake imaging services and paid illegal kickbacks to referring physicians.
New York-based Doshi Diagnostic Imaging Services and Diagnostic Imaging Group LLC agreed to pay $15.5 million to settle whistleblower allegations that they colluded to defraud Medicare and paid physicians for referrals.
Seno Medical has brought in $34.6 million in its Series C funding round, to support its chase for regulatory approval in the U.S. and Europe.
Seno Medical is inching to its $39 million fundraising objective, having brought in $34.6 million in its Series C equity funding round.
San Antonio-based Seno has been at this for some time, and for this round has brought in MedCare Investment Funds as a lead investor. The funding is going towards the company's U.S. pivotal study of the Imagio breast imaging device, as well as chasing CE Mark approval in Europe.
Carestream Health lands 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its Vue Motion X-ray app for mobile devices made by tech giants Apple and Samsung.
Carestream Health said it landed 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its new Vue Motion mobile app for Apple and Samsung mobile device platforms.
The app gives physicians mobile access to X-ray exams using Apple's iPhone 4 and iPad 2 devices, as well as the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S III devices made by Samsung.
Evena Medical says it pulled in $5 million in a Series B it hopes will eventually reach $15 million and announced a distribution deal in the Middle East for its Eyes-On vascular imaging glasses.
Evena Medical said it landed $5 million in a Series B funding round and inked a distribution deal in the Middle East and North Africa.
Silicon Valley-based Evena said it hopes the financing round will eventually reach $15 million. This tranche of the round comes from its new, unnamed distribution partner in 15 Middle Eastern and North African countries.
FujiFilm Holdings subsidiary FujiFilm SonoSite lands a $39.7 million Dept. of Defense contract for radiology systems.