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She’s saving children’s lives in the face of war

2018 Heroine of Health, Dr. Al-Sonboli, shares her experience on the front lines of healthcare in Yemen   At the World Health Assembly this year, GE Healthcare and Women in Global Health, a [...]

Heroines of Health: Meet the nine women changing global health

GE Healthcare and Women in Global Health are honoring nine women changing the face of healthcare For the second year in a row, at the 71st World Health Assembly in Geneva, GE Healthcare and Women in [...]

For This Woman, More Breast Care Options Means More Mother’s Days

The critical role ultrasound played in this woman’s fight against breast cancer In 2016, Jan retired from a successful career and was looking forward to spending more time with family and [...]

A voice to lead: Celebrating International Nurses Day

In honor of International Nurses Day on May 12, we are sharing the story of nurses who are helping to lead the way in patient care and technological innovation in health [...]

The frozen frontier: Bringing digitally-enabled imaging technology to residents on a remote Alaskan island

X-ray technology with digital capabilities is helping evaluate injuries for roughly 1,350 residents who are 150 miles across water from the nearest hospital, connecting them to doctors on the mainland Imagine [...]

How one parent’s heartbreak turned into cancer care for 7,000 people

Inspired by a member of the Johor Royal Family, the state’s first integrative cancer center is expected to touch thousands of patients’ lives In Malaysia, it’s estimated that almost 40,000 people [...]

Why AI in healthcare isn’t about disruption

A 10-year collaboration aims to create and deploy AI the “right” way – practically, methodically, and embedded into devices, workflows and applications used today Technology is all about disruption, but a [...]

From the Andes to the Amazon: diagnosing breast cancer in Latin America just got easier

New technology “by women, for women” is making mammography more comfortable for patients in Colombia and Brazil When you see Medellin, Colombia and Manaus, Brazil on a map, they stand alone [...]

Roleplaying for Healthcare Training: Game On, And Let The Learning Begin!

How a learning and research center uses simulation games to help caregivers work better together  “The tension in the army tent is palpable. The medical officer assesses victims swiftly while the [...]

This Doctor is Never in, and That’s a Good Thing

Meet the doctor who is reviving a disappearing practice: making house calls Fifteen weeks pregnant, Sarah woke up in the middle of the night to discover she was bleeding. Her husband [...]

Going viral: How a new factory-in-a-box is helping scale up manufacturing of viral vector-based therapies to reach more patients

Manufacturing viral vector-based therapies such as vaccines and gene and cell therapies is complex, but a new manufacturing solution helps solve those challenges Between 2014 and 2016 West Africa – starting [...]

It takes a lot of medical devices to care for 1.4 billion people. Here’s how one hospital is making it work

How one hospital increased its device operation and maintenance efficiency by nearly 10% and device operating rate by 17% Advanced medical devices are closely related to the health and safety of [...]
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