News | October 10, 2007

GE Healthcare Acquires Dynamic Imaging

October 11, 2007 - GE Healthcare said today it completed the acquisition of Web-based image and information management provider Dynamic Imaging LLC.
The acquisition of Dynamic Imaging and its IntegradWeb suite of products, will allow GE Healthcare to expand its offerings of information technology (IT) products and services across all segments of healthcare throughout hospital integrated delivery networks (IDNs), community hospitals, outpatient imaging centers, radiology group practices, and physician offices. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
“The people, products and culture of Dynamic Imaging are truly world class,” said Don Woodlock, vice president and global general manager, imaging solutions, GE Healthcare. “Dynamic Imaging has a strong track record of innovation and a family of top- rated products that are highly complementary to our existing offering. Their research and development team is equally impressive, quickly delivering exciting new products to the marketplace, while working on the industry’s next generation solutions.”
“We are truly excited to be joining forces with GE Healthcare, which already offers a broad range of solutions to the healthcare IT industry,” said Alex Jurovitsky, CEO, Dynamic Imaging. “Dynamic Imaging, through its IntegradWeb product lines, has proven to be quite adept at addressing the industry’s clinical challenges, across all industry segments. The simplicity and power of our Web-based Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and integrated RIS/PACS, combined with GE’s broad suite of IT offerings, will redefine the market’s expectation for complete interpretive and review access, by any authorized user, of any imaging study, anytime, anywhere.”
The Dynamic Imaging Solutions unit will assist healthcare organizations in growing their imaging-based procedural medicine business through dramatically improved provider physician and patient access, streamlined workflow and instantaneous reporting of imaging results to referring physicians, all on a common platform with workflow tools for all settings. Dynamic Imaging offers a Web-based PACS that scales from the needs of physician offices to academic medical centers, providing a portable and consistent end user experience wherever an Internet connection is available.
“Information technology is revolutionizing healthcare throughout the world,” said Dr. Nogah Haramati, M.D., chief of radiology at Montefiore Medical Center. “Anticipating, optimizing and tailoring the care of our patients in the most rapid, effective and cost-efficient manner requires user-friendly and manageable access to increasingly staggering volumes of data that cut across all medical specialties. The ability of providers and patients to best utilize multimedia healthcare data is essential. Today’s announcement is a giant step forward for healthcare IT.”

For more information:www.dynamic-imaging.com.

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