Search Tag: GE Healthcare

IMAGING Management

This intelligent CT equals less time in front of the screen, more time with patients

2019 08 Mar

Centre Cardiologique du Nord in France uses a new deep learning algorithm to reconstruct cardiac images. The digital revolution has changed every aspect of our lives – from the way we communicate to the way we live and interact. We are slowly moving towards this transformation in healthcare, where big data, predictive analytics and artificial... Read more

IMAGING Management

AI algorithm to compete in junior radiologist image quiz

2019 02 Mar

An AI algorithm could help radiologists prioritize the review of critical cases   It’s a cold and frosty day in Vienna as junior radiologists sit down for the annual junior image interpretation quiz. It’s one of the main attractions at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) and this year is no exception. Six experts in the field each... Read more

IMAGING Management

AI gets a backbone: Deep learning makes it easier for doctors to read spine scans

2019 01 Mar

Radiologists in Norway are using a CT app to facilitate image reading of the most common areas of the body for bone metastasis   The spinal cord is the vital link between the brain and body, a superhighway of life-critical information protected by the bony vertebra of the spinal column.   The spinal column is the most common site for bone... Read more

IMAGING Management

Fight against cancer: GE Healthcare collaborates with Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA)

2019 28 Feb

  GE Healthcare has partnered with the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) to supply latest technology in computed tomography (CT), Discovery RT, to Lagos University Teaching Hospital   Partnership will ensure provision of latest technology to enable early diagnostics and better treatment... Read more

Executive Health Management

Can machines behave morally enough for healthcare?

2019 22 Feb

Machine ethics: A case for human-centric Artificial Intelligence With the development of AI comes the question of ethics, especially in the human-centric healthcare setting. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative forces of our time and presents a great opportunity to increase prosperity and growth. Over the last decade,... Read more

Executive Health Management

How do you serve more patients without adding staff or beds? Here’s one hospital’s answer

2019 22 Feb

UK hospital announces first-of-its-kind hospital Command Center in Europe to improve efficiency and patient care   Every day, up to 400 people come through the Emergency Department (ED) doors at Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) in Northern England. The hospital serves 500,000 people who live in Bradford and communities across Yorkshire, one... Read more

Executive Health Management

Analytics in the real world: How one radiology practice is helping patients get an MR exam, faster

2019 22 Feb

Combining applied intelligence, analytics and technologies enabled a radiology center in Germany to reduce patient wait times for an MR exam from 6-8 weeks to just 1-2 weeks      Radiomed, a private practice with nine locations across West-Central Germany, recently led a pioneering project combining digital tools with MR technology to increase... Read more

Executive Health Management

This cardiac software from a Stanford basement is now one of the top of AI solutions available

2019 22 Feb

Dr. Albert Hsiao co-developed the new ViosWorks MR software package to help speed up cardiac MRI exams   It all started with a simple request made in the depths of one of the nation’s best hospitals.   “Hey, I want to show you something.”   Anja Brau was finishing up a meeting in the basement of Stanford Hospital with Dr. Albert... Read more

Executive Health Management

The immunotherapy hurdle & why doctors could soon predict how each patient will respond

2019 22 Feb

A partnership between Vanderbilt University Medical Center and GE Healthcare will create AI-powered apps to enable safer and more precise immunotherapies.   When two doctors oceans apart were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work in immunotherapy – the breakthrough treatment that turns the body’s own... Read more

ICU Management

Treating Patients with Handheld Ultrasound at Soaring Heights

2018 18 Jul

This rescue  helicopter  provides emergency services to a New Zealand island with the help of a portable ultrasound Scattered across 150,000 square kilometers of beautiful farm land, mountainous terrain, and rugged coastline, South Island is the larger of New Zealand’s two major islands. It’s served by various medical centers and small... Read more