Sponsored Content | Webinar | Artificial Intelligence| October 09, 2017

WEBINAR: Shaping the Future of Radiology – How Deep Learning Will Enable Diagnosticians to be More Productive, Quantitative and Precise

This webinar is sponsored by GE Healthcare

The future of radiology IT is with artificial intelligence (AI).

As the healthcare industry transforms from volume to value, and from a system dependent upon machines to a system dependent upon how those machines communicate, GE Healthcare is working with leading organizations like yours to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to shape the future of radiology. In support of these goals, GE Healthcare’s mission is to deliver a portfolio of AI algorithms that enable the realization of three key operational and clinical outcomes considered of value to our customers. In the context of the radiologist themselves, these next generation tools will make radiologists more:

• Productive: Through the automation and prioritization of tasks and data feeds
• Quantitative: By providing applications and tools to semi-automatically or automatically extract and quantify information
• Precise: By ensuring the right information is available, filtered and presented to support the diagnosis, as well as ensuring the repeatability of any quantification processes

This one-hour webinar will show how GE Healthcare’s partnerships with leading academic institutions and health systems are targeting key disease states, inefficient processes and care areas to build a library of AI algorithms, which will power subsequent releases of GE radiography solutions.

The webinar took place Oct. 25, 2017.

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About GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services to meet the demand for increased access, enhanced quality and more affordable healthcare around the world. GE (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter – great people and technologies taking on tough challenges. From medical imaging, software and IT, patient monitoring and diagnostics to drug discovery, biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies and performance improvement solutions, GE Healthcare helps medical professionals deliver great healthcare to their patients.

More than 3,000 organizations trust Centricity Solutions for Enterprise Imaging because GE Healthcare delivers high-quality service, reliability, and technology innovation, helping providers reduce the cost of ownership today while preparing for the challenges of the future. Learn more about GE Healthcare’s enterprise visualization solutions at www.gehealthcare.com/universalviewer

 

Presenters:

Tom Zimmerman
HCIT Enterprise Imaging Marketing 
GE Healthcare

Tom Zimmerman is GE Healthcare’s US-Canada Region Marketing Manager for Enterprise Imaging Solutions that include: Centricity Universal Viewer, Centricity Clinical Archive, Advanced Analytics and the GE Health Cloud. Tom has worked across multiple healthcare disciplines and is the co-author of “Technical Marketing Communications,” a college textbook on strategy and tactics.

 

 

Jan Beger
Applications Director
GE Healthcare Digital

Jan is responsible for clinical consultancy in GE Healthcare Digital’s Europe Enterprise Imaging organization. His team ensures and optimizes the quality of Clinical Workflow Consultancy, Clinical Solution Architecture and Applications training delivery and support. Jan has over fifteen years’ experience in Radiology and Healthcare Information Technology. His areas of focus include improving clinical workflows and user experience and is an industry thought leader in Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in healthcare.

 

John Kalafut, MSEE, Ph.D.
Director Workflow and Architecture
GE Healthcare Digital Solutions

 

 

Michael Dahlweid, M.D., Ph.D.
Global Chief Medical Officer
GE Healthcare Digital

Dr. Dahlweid has a background as registered nurse, practicing physician, chief medical officer, strategy leader, CIO, teaching professor, executive leader in digital health and med tech, and is an active clinician. Previously, he was the global chief medical officer for CSC Healthcare, and global chief medical officer and head of the Enterprise IT business unit for AGFA. Dr. Dahlweid is board certified in Medical Informatics and Emergency Medicine and received his business education at University of Oxford SAID business school. 

 

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