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Health Innovation for an Aging Society

Omar Ishrak, president and CEO of GE Healthcare Systems, puts this week’s announcement of a joint venture between Intel and GE into context. “At GE Healthcare, we have the technology and [...]

GE Healthcare’s Commitment to CT Scan Technology Safety

GE responds to an article in The New York Times, Sunday, August 1, 2010

GE Healthcare Opens First Plant in Brazil

South America, and Brazil in particular, is a region of increasing focus for GE. GE CEO Jeff Immelt recently announced that the location of the next Global Research Center (GRC) will [...]

Commitment to Stroke Awareness Earns GE Healthcare an Award From The Stroke Association

Stroke is the third-biggest killer and the leading cause of severe disability in the UK. Yet it has been chronically underrepresented in terms of education and awareness. The Stroke Association is [...]

Ecomagination: Reducing the Environmental Impact of Healthcare

Imagine a world where companies consider the environmental impact of every product they produce, in both design and manufacturing. GE is doing exactly that. GE’s ecomagination annual report describes how the [...]

Hospital Efficiency: Making a Difference

The news of GE Healthcare’s formation of a discrete business unit for healthcare IT, named Performance Solutions, underscores the growing pressure for operational efficiency in the field. In the US, addressing [...]

PET/CT Emerging as Valuable Tool for Planning and Monitoring Cancer Treatment

This week at the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, GE Healthcare is talking a lot about innovations that can improve the patient experience. In the [...]

GE Healthcare at the Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City

Focusing on helping clinicians improve experiences for their patients, GE Healthcare is highlighting an innovative portfolio of molecular imaging technologies and agents at the 57th annual meeting of the Society of [...]

Design at GE Healthcare: The Magic of Science and Empathy

Leading-edge design is typically associated with things like fashion, automobiles, consumer electronics and architecture. But medical devices? You’d be surprised.  

From Silver to Gold: The Implications of an Aging Population in Japan

GE Japan and GE Healthcare Japan, in collaboration with The Economist Group, hosted "GE healthymagination Day 2010" in Tokyo, where over 500 of Japan's government, corporate and academic elite gathered to discuss [...]

Putting RIS/PACS Users at the Center

While members of the medical imaging informatics community are still packing their bags to go to SIIM 2010 in Minneapolis later this week, scores of RIS and PACS administrators, radiologists, radiology [...]

Americas CEO Mark Vachon Recommends Strategy to Reform Healthcare From Within

Healthcare in the US is in an in-between place. Reform legislation has passed, but the key provisions have yet to become reality. Mark Vachon, President & CEO, GE Healthcare Americas, believes [...]
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