The companies aim to improve smoother workflows and access to next-generation, advanced visualization applications. They added that this integration will span from orchestration and diagnostics to report generation and result distribution. The integration will be performed with Sectra's open API and GE HealthCare’s open ecosystem.
The companies said that integration will first focus on the cardiology care pathway and GE HealthCare’s CardIQ Suite, a workflow that uses deep learning to automatically identify the presence and location of coronary artery calcifications and provide a total and per territory score.
Sectra and GE HealthCare will have more information about the collaboration at the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago.