Jeff Immelt, GE Chairman and CEO, celebrated the Radiology Society of North America’s (RSNA) centennial anniversary in Chicago, Illinois, Tuesday, December 2nd, by announcing new healthcare solutions in the breast imaging and magnetic resonance (MR) spaces.
From November 30th through December 5th, some of the world’s foremost healthcare imaging companies revealed the cutting edge in healthcare technology at the 100th RSNA annual meeting in Chicago. The future of medicine will be shaped by the new levels of efficiency, precision, quality and safety these developments will bring.
GE Healthcare, the only company to have attended the inaugural RSNA meeting in 1914 and at the centennial this year, has been working intently on solutions to help cut down on the long waits in offices, disorganized data, slow results, and anxiety that surround many of today’s medical procedures. At the same time, the company can look back on a century of firsts: they produced the world’s first X-ray fluoroscopy scan, the first high-field MRI scanner to market, and the first commercially available mammography technology. Even more recently, they were the first to make available a 1st portable 4D fetal ultrasound and a low-dose CT scanner.