GE Healthcare aims to boost health organizations' productivity

06/12/2013 | Healthcare Informatics online

GE Healthcare is allocating $2 billion to create software and analytics capabilities that its health care organization customer base can use to address the "increasing productivity challenges" they experience. Benefits of the capabilities that will be unveiled over the next five years include enhanced hospital operations management, reduced payment cycles and increased availability of patient data.

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