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St. Luke’s Waives Additional Cost for 3D Screening Mammography

October 19th, 2015

A new statewide policy announced October 5 by Governor Thomas Wolf requires all Pennsylvania insurers to cover all screening mammograms, including 3D, at no out-of-pocket cost to consumers. Insurance companies have until the end of the calendar year to put this into effect. In response, St. Luke’s is taking this one step further by waiving any


Understanding Breast Density Screening: What Health Care Professionals Need to Know

July 29th, 2015

Dr. Joseph Russo, Section Chief of Women’s Imaging, has created a 12-minute webinar to assist clinicians and practice administrators in untangling the many questions surrounding breast density. Breast Density Notification began as a grass roots effort and yet today, over 24 states have made breast density notification law. As more women learn of their breast


St Luke’s Introduces the Future of Breast Screening and the Newest Breast Imaging Technologies from GE Healthcare

June 8th, 2015

St. Luke’s now offers the lowest dose 3D mammography in the region and a sensory experience that may ease anxiety during a mammogram. Recognizing that one size does not fit all, St. Luke’s has aligned advanced breast screening technologies together with St. Luke’s Individualized Breast Screening Program, to provide a fast, dependable diagnosis and reduce the amount of


Highlights from “The Future of Imaging” at RSNA 2014

December 15th, 2014

If you missed last week’s highlights from the Radiology Society of North America conference, check out the video recap featuring radiology experts, including Dr. Joseph Russo, Section Chief of Women’s Imaging, St. Luke’s University Health Network


An Insider’s View to the 2014 Premier Radiology Conference

December 3rd, 2014

Now through December 5, the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) is celebrating a century of the technology and innovation that has changed the world of radiology at their annual radiology forum held in Chicago, Illinois. Each year, thousands of professionals from all over the globe attend this premier meeting. Dr. Joseph Russo, Section Chief of


St. Luke’s Cancer Center Helps Young Mother Battle Breast Cancer

November 10th, 2014

Starting a new job is always stressful. Add to that the special challenges faced by a single mother of a young child. If that weren’t enough, add the need to receive life-saving chemotherapy treatments. Diagnosed with breast cancer only three months earlier, that was the situation 32-year-old Jesse Keiper of Sciota faced in September of