GE Healthcare at RSNA 2010
John Dineen, president and CEO of GE Healthcare, sets the tone for this week’s activities at the Radiological Society of North America conference in Chicago.
Since the launch of healthymagination, GE Healthcare has worked with caregivers and organizations around the world to develop innovative technologies to better address the needs of healthcare providers and their patients. This year, the company will showcase the results of this shared commitment in several areas of care including CT, X-ray and Healthcare IT, among others, all meant to foster providers’ ability to deliver better healthcare to more people at a lower cost.
In this press kit you will find background documents, images and video about the latest innovations and technologies that GE Healthcare is presenting at RSNA 2010.
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“Our mission is to reduce cost, increase access to healthcare technology, and improve the quality of healthcare in every country where we operate. "
John Dineen, president and CEO of GE Healthcare
“The Chinese government is investing about $120 billion over the course of three years in healthcare reform. The objective is to reduce disparity in medical resource distribution as well as increase quality of care programs. This matches perfectly with our healthymagination strategy.”
Rachel Duan, president and CEO of GE Healthcare China
“Healthymagination is the framework for our business, and the lens through which we operate and make strategic decisions.”
Omar Ishrak, president and CEO of GE Healthcare Systems
“RSNA is a very unique opportunity for us to showcase almost all of our product P&Ls under the umbrella of One GE Healthcare.”
Brian Johnson, global marketing communications leader at GE Healthcare
“RSNA is always an exciting event… and I am hoping to meet many of you there.”
Akihiko Kumagai, president and CEO of GE Healthcare Asia-Pacific
“Our vision for healthymagination is, in many ways, a script written for India. If you look at the needs for healthcare in India, from a cost, quality and access standpoint, it’s extremely critical if we have to reach the masses.”
V. Raja, president and CEO of GE Healthcare India
“Here at GE Healthcare IT, we talk about increasing efficiencies for radiologists in terms of our bold vision: one patient, one desktop, one community in an always-efficient network.”
Vishal Wanchoo, president and CEO of GE Healthcare IT