Healthcare providers face mounting pressure to reduce clinician burnout, improve efficiency and increase patient satisfaction. To achieve this, they need easy access to data that can be aggregated, consolidated and provide insight into clinical and operational decisions
Europe’s first GE Healthcare-powered Clinical Command Centre opened in 2019. GE Healthcare’s experience delivering Command Centres around the world tells them that providing caregivers with actionable real-time data is key to driving optimisation of healthcare.
Data sharing and quick, precise decision-making are critical in all health organisations, especially when the coronavirus pandemic stretches their capacities to the limits. Four European hospitals share experience in digitalisation of Intensive Care Units (ICU).
At the HIMSS Asia Pac 19 Conference in Bangkok, Thailand in early October, Omar Sunna, Director, Global Product Management, GE Healthcare, shared his insights on some of the data and workflow-related challenges currently faced by healthcare providers and how some of GE’s solutions a
The use of AI in medical imaging or Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), such as GE’s Centricity Universal Viewer, can be a great way to reduce the ever-increasing workloads of radiologists and clinicians, since AI is particularly effective in detection and segmen