Regulators fine Digirad for nuclear medicine violations
Health Imaging News, April 15, 2008
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a $6,500 fine to radiology equipment maker Digirad Imaging Solutions for violations at the company's nuclear medicine centers. Digirad's first violation was for licensing an unauthorized doctor to operate nuclear imaging equipment, and the second violation was for failing to monitor radioactive materials while they were in storage.
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