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Is this command center the way all hospitals will soon run?

5 questions with: Matthias Merkel, M.D., Ph.D., and James Heilman, M.D., M.B.A., of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) By Kieran Murphy As many business leaders out there know, when an [...]

No More Sleepless Nights: How Ultrasound Gave This Breast Cancer Survivor Peace of Mind

When a mammogram missed Jacquelyn’s breast cancer due to her dense breast tissue, she learned about Automated Breast Ultrasound When Jacquelyn Gebel was 36 years old, she began experiencing a sharp [...]

Examining the Size, Shape, and Function of the Fetal Heart in Less than Three Minutes for the First Time Ever

This doctor took a program that was used by adult and pediatric cardiologists to examine the heart’s function and applied it to the fetal heart     At 18 weeks, a [...]

Mending a broken heart: How CT can help doctors treat heart disease

New study identifies non-invasive solution to help cardiologists diagnose and treat heart disease There’s a reason coronary artery disease (CAD) is the number one killer in most countries. When a key [...]

Women say this small device is changing their perception of getting a mammogram

A recent study shows that advances in breast health technology may help overcome the number one reason patients avoid a mammogram — the fear of results and anxiety from the pain [...]

Lifting a Weight Off Your Chest: Patients Can Now Breathe Freely with New Tech

New technology on PET/CT systems automatically corrects respiratory motion for improved image quality and patient experience Breathe in. Breathe out. Notice how your chest, shoulders, abdomen, and even pelvis rise and [...]

How a medical invention from the year 2000 is still driving innovation today

With global cancer rates expected to increase to 24 million by 2035, a new grant may help further develop the PET/CT technology used to diagnosis and monitor the disease As global [...]

One breast cancer survivor’s hope: Women can have their regular screenings “without pain”

Advances in breast health technology made by a team of women help make mammograms more comfortable for patients When designing GE Healthcare’s newest mammography system, Senographe Pristina, lead industrial designer Aurelie Boudier [...]

How do you serve more patients without adding staff or beds? Here’s one hospital’s answer

UK hospital announces first-of-its-kind hospital Command Center in Europe to improve efficiency and patient care Every day, up to 400 people come through the Emergency Department (ED) doors at Bradford Royal [...]

Do You Know Your Breast Density?

By Patti Beyer For years, my breast tissue had been labeled “heterogeneous” or “extremely dense” in mammography reports that were sent directly to my gynecologist. Yet, as the patient, I received [...]

Ethics in healthcare aren’t new, but their application has never been more important

Guiding principles and tangible actions must work to ensure the safe and effective use of emerging technologies like AI By: Keith Bigelow, GM of Analytics & AI, GE Healthcare   Everyone [...]

A unique funding model for breast cancer research is leading the way to innovative discoveries

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation supports breast cancer research that pays off for patients When Evelyn Lauder founded the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) in 1993, she deliberately set up the [...]
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