GE HealthCare highlights ECR 2023 sessions

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GE HealthCare will unveil several imaging innovations and will offer new immersive experiences at ECR 2023, which begins in Vienna on 1 March, the company said.

A Care Pathway Experience with an interactive gaming component will be offered to challenge visitors on a variety of patient cases and an Emergency Department Experience will be offered that focuses on how staff can tackle increasing pressures.

The company will showcase its One-Stop Clinic for Breast as well as the Ultrasound and Invenia ABUS Clinical Education Workshops. Also, with Imaging 360 for Operations, the company will launch an operational hub that features a 360° view that enables radiology departments to make data-driven decisions to improve outcomes.

In addition, the company will be offering the following sessions, symposia, and interactive experiences, exclusively in Auditorium E2 on Level 0:

  • The Future of Healthcare with Rob Walton, president and CEO, GE HealthCare EMEA (1 March, 15:00 CET)
  • A clinical debate: Optimizing imaging in chest-pain patients (1 March, 13:00 CET)
  • Advanced diagnostic capabilities in MR imaging for all ages (2 March, 12:30 CET)
  • Digital Transformation in Healthcare - A data-driven future (2 March, 16:00 CET)
  • The limitless future of CT: Advanced clinical capabilities in Cardiac and Emergency (3 March, 12:30 CET)
  • An end-to-end approach to prostate cancer care (3 March, 16:00 CET)

ECR 2023 will be the first time that GE HealthCare will participate in ECR as an independent publicly traded company after its spin-off from GE.

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