For RSNA 2011, GE is hosting a radiology tweet chat, Beyond Image Quality: The Future of Digital Imaging. This is your chance to discuss the future of medical imaging, including moves towards greater comfort and enhanced dose management for patients, and increased productivity and value for healthcare providers.
For nearly 120 years, GE has been developing products that change the way we all live. Building, powering, moving and curing the world — from the light bulb to the electric dynamo to the X-Ray, there are few companies that have helped change so many lives through a history of continuous invention.
GE was created in 1892, when Thomas Edison’s General Electric Company merged with the Thomson-Houston Company. With one of science’s most influential thinkers as its figurehead, it is perhaps no surprise that GE has been responsible for many of the truly groundbreaking inventions of the last 120 years. Check out the timeline, right, for highlights of GE's firsts in healthcare imaging.
Why not join GE Vice President and GE Healthcare Chief Technology Officer Mike Harsh and Executive Medical Director for GE Healthcare Americas Douglas Hansell, M.D., for the tweet chat?
How to get involved
- Click the 'launch' button above to get involved in the GE Healthcare RSNA tweet chat.
- Send us your questions on Twitter by tweeting with the #GERSNA hashtag or via Cover it Live (right)
- Watch your questions, and the resulting discussion, appear on the feed (right)
Stay up to date here or by following @GEHealthcare, @MikeHarshGE and @DougHansellMD or #GERSNA