PBN: RIMI, RIDOH, Southcoast Health among 2020 Bell Ringer award recipients
PBN: Rhode Island Medical Imaging earns American College of Radiology designation for lung cancer screening
The Providence Journal: Business people on the move in R.I., feauturing Drs. Saunders, Shields and Sinayuk
WJAR-TV 10: Studio 10 on Lung Force Walk with Dr. Healey
PBN: Sarah-Kim Shields, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
PBN: Boris Sinayuk, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
PBN: Jill E. Saunders, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
PR Club of New England – PR Club Honors New England Communications Professionals During 52nd Bell Ringer Awards. Inc. four RIMI awards
Leveraging Twitter for a two-day virtual ceremony, PR Club, the region’s leading communications trade organization, yesterday completed its 52nd annual Bell Ringer Awards. The annual event celebrated the work of public relations and communications professionals from across New England through an orchestrated series of video presentations.
PR Club of New England – 52nd Annual Bell Ringer Awards announcement. Inc. four RIMI awards
RIMI Social Justice Statement
URI Rhody Sports Good News Friday – Dana C-Suite Award recognition
Rhode Island Monthly: “Top Docs” List & RIMI Rads Sweep Category Again
PBN: Alexander Nolfe helps build R.I. Medical Imaging’s brand while brightens its image
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Inc. Chief Marketing Officer Dana Alexander Nolfe has exponentially increased the health care practice’s presence on social media since she started with RIMI in April 2018.
PBN: 2020 C-Suite Awards: Collins takes pride in improving health care. Inc. Dana Nolfe
Being part of an organization that’s “passionately leading” a state of health and well-being for all of Rhode Island is why Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Matt Collins gets up and heads into work every day.
PBN: C-Suite Awards 2020 special section. Inc. Dana Nolfe
PBN: C-Suite Awards 2020 Photos. Inc. Dana Nolfe
PBN: 2020 C-Suite Virtual Event Video. Inc. Dana Nolfe
Warwick Beacon: R.I. Medical Imaging wins healthcare advertising award
PBN: RIMI earns national awards for 3 ad campaigns
American Cancer Society – Making Strides Against Cancer newsletter. Inc. RIMI as a sponsor
Rhode Island Monthly: RIMI creates multilingual coloring books
PBN: Before and after of RIMI’s new Johnston facility
Providence Journal: American Lung Association (ALA) gives R.I. failing grade for smog, featuring RIMI rad Dr. Healey
WJAR-TV: Hospitals seeing fewer heart attack, stroke visits with RIMI rad Dr. McTaggart
PBN: Michael Furman, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
Michael Furman, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. He completed his residencies at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital in internal medicine and diagnostic radiology.
PBN summit panelists: Coronavirus impact will be lasting. Including Dr. Healey
PBN: Nirav Makwana, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
PBN: Alison R. Hart, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
PBN: RIMI CMO Dana Alexander Nolfe announced as C-Suite award winner
RIMI Chief Marketing Officer, Dana Alexander Nolfe, has been selected as a winner for the Providence Business News 2020 C-Suite Awards, honoring top C-level executives in the public, private and nonprofit sectors for their efforts as innovators, trailblazers, role models and leaders in the community.
Nirav Makwana, ’07, Joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging As Radiologist
Nirav Makwana, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. He did his residency at Rhode Island Hospital in the Brown Department of Diagnostic Imaging as well as an internship in the Brown Department of Internal Medicine.
2019 American Heart Association SNE Gratitude & Impact Report, including Dr. McTaggart, FAST Letters, RIMI sponsorships
Click here to view the 2019 American Heart Association SNE Gratitude & Impact Report, including Dr. McTaggart, FAST Letters, RIMI sponsorships
Rhode Island Monthly – The 401 e-newsletter including RIMI “Faces of RI: Seeing the Unseen” photo with link to advertorial
Click here to view the Rhode Island Monthly – The 401 e-newsletter including RIMI “Faces of RI: Seeing the Unseen” photo with link to advertorial
PBN – PBN Healthcare Summit event, including Dr. Healey
PC Friars Supporting Friars e-newsletter/listing, including RIMI
URI RhodySports video e-newsletter, including RIMI
PBN Healthcare Summit advertising, including Dr. Healey
Radiology on Performance of rads in differentiating COVID-19 with Drs. Agarwal, Atalay, Bai, Egglin
Radiology Today Magazine – Twitter Roundup including RIMI
PC Friars tweet – with 446,580 impressions
Announces Ones to Watch 2020 Selections – Dr. Elizabeth Dibble
Providence College Athletics March Newsletter
Drug Study for Stroke Victims with Dr. McTaggart
Nerinetide, an eicosapeptide that interferes with post-synaptic density protein 95, is a neuroprotectant that is effective in preclinical stroke models of ischaemia-reperfusion. In this trial, we assessed the efficacy and safety of nerinetide in human ischaemia-reperfusion that occurs with rapid endovascular thrombectomy in patients who had an acute ischaemic stroke.
Radiology on Differences in Biopsy Procedures – Dr. Lourenco Co-Author
Compared with digital mammography stereotactic biopsy, digital breast tomosynthesis–guided biopsy was associated with a higher rate of biopsy for architectural distortion, radial sclerosing lesions, and discordance between radiologic and pathologic examinations.
Abbreviated Breast MRI vs Tomo – Dr. Ward Co-Author
What is the invasive breast cancer detection rate of abbreviated breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) compared with digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) in women with dense breasts undergoing routine screening?
PC Stand Up to Cancer Game – video coverage
Linda R. DeMello, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
Dr. Linda R. DeMello has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. A radiology resident at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University Medical School, she completed an internship at Norwalk Hospital/Yale University in CT.
Tyler V. Campbell, DO, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
Dr. Tyler V. Campbell has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) as a radiologist. He completed his residency at the University of Florida in Jacksonville and Larkin Community Hospital in South Miami.
Harrison Xiao Bai, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist
Dr. Harrison Xiao Bai has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) as a radiologist. He comes to RIMI from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he completed residencies in general surgery and radiology.
Dr. Linda Demello joins RIMIR.
Linda R. DeMello, MD, of Warwick, has joined the medical team at Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. She becomes part of RIMI’s team of more than 80 specialized radiologists working across its network of 13 private locations as well as within six Rhode Island hospitals and one in Massachusetts.
R.I. Medical Imaging donations benefit children and elderly
Rhode Island Medical Imaging radiologists, technologists and staff donated food and holiday gifts to benefit Rhode Island children, families and elderly adults this past December, including more than 650 pounds of food and 370 gifts.
RIMI holiday drive benefits local organizations
Rhode Island Monthly: Faces of RIMI
For over seventy-five years, RIMI has been “Seeing the Unseen” to provide Rhode Island with the best possible health care. Just ask our patients.
Providence Business News: Five Questions With Dr. Linda Donegan
Dr. Linda Donegan, director of mammography at Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI), discusses the number of Rhode Island women who are getting regular mammograms, RIMI’s recent accreditation as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence and how technology is helping to increase the mammogram’s cancer-detecting ability.
Johnston Sun Rise: RI Medical Imaging bringing ‘spa-like’ experience to Johnston
RIMI is slated to open its second state-of-the-art breast imaging center at its 1526 Atwood Ave. offices this December, and representatives offered an overview and tour of the space to the Johnston Sun Rise.
Providence Journal: My Turn: Terrance Healey: It’s still a myth that vaping is safer
WPRI 12: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk held in Providence
Almost 15,000 Rhode Islanders walked to fight against and find a cure for breast cancer on Sunday. See RIMI’s own Dr. Scott Levine, musculoskeletal radiologist, and JoAnn Barbato, executive director, patient financial services, in this WPRI clip!
WPRO 630 AM: Breast Cancer Awareness Segment
On Monday, October 14 at 3 pm, Jane Spirito, one of the patients in RIMI’s Seeing the Unseen video series, was a guest on WPRO 630 AM to tell her breast cancer story. Dante Bellini, formerly of RDW Group, was the fill in radio talk show host.
Providence Business News: Five Questions With Dr. Terrance Healey
RIMI thoracic radiologist Dr. Terrance Healey discusses vaping, the outbreak of lung illness that public health officials are attributing to vaping and how what is now being called a crisis is affecting Rhode Island.
Providence Business News: Rhode Island Medical Imaging named Breast Imaging Center of Excellence
The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company: RIMI Knows Safety
Providence Business News Profiles of Success feature on RIMI
Since 1943 Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) has been providing southern New Englanders with imaging excellence. RIMI has a network of 12 private state-of-the-art medical diagnostic imaging facilities across the state, staffed by over 70 board-certified radiologists with broad-based experience and subspecialty training.
For Treating Severe Strokes, All Hospitals Aren’t Equal
RIMI Radiologist Receives Prestigious RI Hospital Service Award
Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) radiologist Dr. Ryan McTaggart received Rhode Island Hospital’s Service to Community Award for his leadership and contribution to humanitarian services yesterday, which was also World Stroke Day. Dr. McTaggart’s stroke care program shines as a leader in life saving results.
PBN Health Care Summit: Waste remains, ACA stability threatened
Health care waste remains a challenge and opioid overdose care needs long-term direction, while federally induced instability continues to threaten Affordable Care Act reforms, panelists said at Tuesday’s Health Care Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick.
RIMI Staff at Style Week
List of Diagnostic Imaging Centers
Click here to view the list of ranked Diagnostic Imaging Centers by number of staff (Rhode Island Medical Imaging #2).
People on the move in R.I. for the week of Oct. 21
Dana Alexander Nolfe, of North Kingstown, has been named chief marketing officer for Rhode Island Medical Imaging, a network of 12 private medical diagnostic imaging facilities. She is also an adjunct professor of communications at Bryant University.
RIMI Names Dana Alexander Nolfe Chief Marketing Officer
Dana Alexander Nolfe has been named Chief Marketing Officer for Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI). She now leads the development and execution of marketing, communication and business development activities for the only American College of Radiology Center of Excellence in Rhode Island.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging is proud to be named one of Rhode Island’s Healthiest Employers!
Click here to view an award from the Providence Business News for being a healthiest employer.
Making wellness fun, yielding good returns
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Inc. is taking a fun approach to health and wellness, and it’s working, with more than 95 percent of the employees enrolled.
Lists: Physician group practices
RI Medical Imaging Center gets an upgrade
Rhode Island Medical Imaging installs new 4-ton MRI scanner
Photos, video: East Greenwich medical office makes way for massive MRI machine
RI Medical Imaging relocating to Warwick, celebrates 75th anniversary
Rhode Island Medical Imaging is celebrating their 75th anniversary this year, a milestone that coincides with the planned relocation of their administrative offices from East Providence to Warwick this coming summer.
‘In Your Neighborhood’campaign highlights several NP women
Rhode Island Medical Imaging is celebrating its 75th anniversary by highlighting some of its patients in a grassroots “In Your Neighborhood” campaign.
MedInformatix RIS goes live at Rhode Island Medical Imaging
RI Medical imaging Launches “In Your Neighborhood” Campaign to Celebrate 75th Anniversary
Keeping the business patient-focused yields clear success
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Makes Donation to Help Expand Access to Breast Screening and Follow-up Services
On behalf of the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH)’s Women’s Cancer Screening Program, Governor Gina M. Raimondo accepted a $10,000 check today from Rhode Island Medical Imaging to expand financial assistance for access to breast screening and follow-up services for low-income women in Rhode Island.
RIMI physicians use new procedure to revolutionize the treatment of strokes.
As seen on Channel 12, a 23-year-old woman is thankful to be alive after [RIMI] doctors at Rhode Island Hospital employed a new procedure that’s being hailed as a game-changer for treating strokes.
RIMI Physicians Develop Life-Saving Stroke Program at RIH
Three RIMI physicians are the backbone of life-saving stroke program at RIH.
New stroke procedure at R.I. Hospital a lifesaver
John Lemieux wasn’t himself when he awoke one morning last fall. One side of his face was drooping and he couldn’t speak. When he tried to get out of bed, his left leg was useless and he collapsed to the floor.
Dr. Healey Featured on The Rhode Show
Highlighting the importance of lung cancer screening, our own Dr. Healey talks about how lung cancer screenings can help detect lung cancer in its early stages.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Acquires Radiology Associates to Increase Access to State-of-the-Art Ou
Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Radiology Associates, a well known radiology practice in Rhode Island since 1974 that is greatly respected for its outstanding mammography services and close relationships with the referring physician community. RIMI now has a total of 11 out patient imaging centers throughout Rhode Island.
ACOG Statement on Revised American Cancer Society Recommendations on Breast Cancer Screening
“ACOG maintains its current advice that women starting at age 40 continue mammography screening every year and recommends a clinical breast exam. ACOG recommendations differ from the American Cancer Society’s because of different interpretation of data and the weight assigned to the harms versus the benefits.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Opens Satellite Imaging Center on Tiogue Avenue in Coventry
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Opens Satellite Imaging Center on Wake Robin Road in Lincoln
RIMI’s Dr. Healey featured on The Rhode Show: Preventing lung cancer through early detection
It is a fact that cigarette smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, which leads to thousands of lung cancer-related deaths each year. Terrance Healey, MD-Rhode Island Medical Imaging, spoke with The Rhode Show Tuesday about the importance of early detection through lung cancer screenings, and what options are available for doing so.
RIMI Launches Quality Commercial
Rhode Island Medical Imaging is the only imaging company in Rhode Island to continually make investments in cutting edge technology.
Dense Breasts Are Just One Part Of The Cancer Risk Calculus
Kevin Robinson Featured in Latest RIMI TV Commercial
RIMI Teams Up with PC Women’s Basketball in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
The Rhode Show – PC Women raise money, awareness for breast cancer
Providence College is ready for another “Pink Out Friartown” event. Head Coach for Providence College Women’s Basketball, Susan Robinson, joined The Rhode Show Thursday to talk more about this event and upcoming games.
ACR – Medicare CT Lung Cancer Screening Coverage A Victory for Patients
Medicare’s final decision to cover low-dose computed tomography (CT) lung cancer screening gives seniors at high-risk for the disease access to care that can save more lives than any cancer screening test in history.
Proposed Decision Memo for Screening for Lung Cancer with Low Dose Computed Tomography (LDCT)
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposes that the evidence is sufficient to add a lung cancer screening counseling and shared decision making visit, and for appropriate beneficiaries, screening for lung cancer with low dose computed tomography (LDCT), once per year, as an additional preventive service benefit under the Medicare program only if all of the appropriate criteria are met.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging’s newest 3T MRI machine now serving patients in Pawtucket location Tomography (LDCT)
Rhode Island Medical Imaging’s (RIMI) newest 3T MRI system at their Pawtucket location is now available. As RIMI’s third 3T MRI they are now providing convenient access to state-of-the-art imaging services for the residents across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
Rhode Island’s Dense Breast Notification, Education Act
Earlier this year, Rhode Island passed the Dense Breast Notification, Education Act, which means that beginning October 1, 2014, mammogram exam summaries provided to patients will include information that identifies the patient’s individual Breast Tissue Classification based on the Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System established by the American College of Radiology.
The New York Times Op-Ed: A Cancer Battle We Can Win
The war against cancer can be confusing, with providers, insurers and policy makers debating the effectiveness of treatments, prevention programs and research. But there is one significant victory within our grasp. There is, increasingly, a consensus that CT screening for lung cancer can save thousands of lives each year.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Installs Its Third 3T MR Scanner at Pawtucket Site
Study finds CT lung cancer screening highly cost-effective
AuntMinnie.com – CT lung cancer screening is cost-effective in the Medicare-aged population, concludes a new study published in American Health and Drug Benefits that was tailored specifically to older individuals undergoing lung cancer screening with CT. Proponents of the exam hope it will add impetus to efforts to win Medicare reimbursement.
Dr. Healey Interviewed in Imaging Economics
Much has changed in the medical world since 1952. Antibiotics have conquered previously life-threatening bacteria, and the polio and measles vaccines have largely contained diseases that once devastated the United States. Unfortunately, not much has changed for lung cancer.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Announces Partnership with Free to Breathe
Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) recently committed to being a Presenting Sponsor at the Free to Breathe Run/Walk on October 19th at Slater Park in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Free to Breathe is a non-profit organization dedicated to doubling lung cancer survival by 2022.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Announces New Officers for Board of Directors
Rhode Island Medical Imaging announced that John A. Pezzullo, MD, will serve as president of the Board of Directors, Peter Evangelista, MD has been elected Treasurer, and Terrence Healey, MD will serve as Secretary.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging receives designation
RIMI Teams Up with PC Women’s Basketball in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Rhode Island Medical Imaging receives designation
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Named Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Teams Up With Providence College Women’s Basketball in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Offering “Virtual” Liver Biopsy as Alternative to Traditional Biopsies
RIMI Physician Delivers Opening Address at World’s Premier Radiology Conference
December 1st represented the opening of the 99th annual RSNA conference in Chicago, which is radiology’s premier scientific and educational conference in the world. Damian Dupuy, MD, was chosen to give the opening lecture before an audience comprised from the 55,000 attendees from all over the world.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Emphasizes the Importance of Screenings
To commemorate National Radiology Month, Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) would like to inform patients on the importance of screening for those people with certain risk factors. Diagnostic imaging is the most accurate testing available for many diseases and ailments, including lung cancer, breast cancer, and osteoporosis.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Earns Healthy Workplace Award from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce
Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) was recognized with a Worksite Health Award in the Exemplary category. Annually, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) together with the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) presents the Worksite Health Awards to area businesses that offer programming to encourage employees to be healthier.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging. World-Class Imaging… Focusing on you.
Matthew P. Forte, MD Joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging’s Vascular Institute
Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) is pleased to announce that Matthew Forte, MD has joined its qualified team of physicians at RIMI’s Rhode Island Vascular Institute. With ten years of experience in the field of radiology, including endovascular, mammography and neuroradiology, Dr. Forte brings a wealth of knowledge in the field of vascular medicine.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Donates $10,000 in Services to Battle Breast Cancer
Rhode Island Medical Imaging’s Second 3T MR Scanner Now Available at East Providence Site
Second 3T MR scanner in East Providence offers convenient imaging for Rhode Islanders and residents of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Rhode Island Medical Imaging Announces Out-Patient Lung Cancer Screening Program
Varicose vein treatment now available at East Greenwich medical center
The Rhode Island Vascular Institute (RIVI) has established a second treatment facility in East Greenwich to make it more convenient for people in South County and southern Rhode Island to undergo evaluation and minimally invasive treatment for varicose and spider veins.