GE to Help Temple Health System Update Radiological Equipment; Jeffrey Immelt Comments

medical-health-doctorGE Healthcare and Temple University Health System have forged an alliance to provide radiologic imaging services in an effort to help improve clinical outcomes for patients.

GE Healthcare will supply the technologies needed to update TUHS’ radiological imaging equipment and provide data storage and retrieval, service contract consolidation and consultation services, GE said Tuesday.

“Like many health systems throughout the country, Temple University Health System faces clinical, operational and financial demands,” said Jeffrey Immelt, chairman and CEO of GE.

“GE Healthcare understands these market challenges, and we are dedicated to helping customers deliver the best outcomes in today’s environment,” added Immelt.

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