GE Healthcare had yet another busy RSNA, highlighted by several major launches, and its continued focus on helping imaging teams work more efficiently.
MRI Efficiency – GE’s biggest RSNA launches were in its MRI lineup, and those new launches placed a direct target on workflow, resource, and cost efficiency.
- GE launched its SIGNA Experience MRI platform, which positions the new SIGNA One user interface as a “cornerstone” for managing a range of GE MRI technologies (AI, DLIR, technologist workflow solutions, AIR Coils), and simplifying MRI operations.
- GE also unveiled its forthcoming SIGNA Victor MRI (1.5T, 60cm), which will feature the new SIGNA Experience platform, and consumes significantly less power and helium (-10% & -70%).
Future-Forward CT – While GE Healthcare’s CT booth was highlighted by the modular/scalable Revolution Apex platform that launched at RSNA 2021, this year’s event brought news that GE’s latest photon counting CT prototype is beginning clinical evaluations at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (its first U.S. evaluations).
Partnership Plays – GE also announced a pair of partnerships that expand its capabilities beyond the scanners and solutions that it’s known for.
- GE Healthcare unveiled its OmnifyXR Interventional Suite augmented reality solution, which it co-developed with MediView to support IR visualization and remote collaboration.
- GE also entered the contrast media injector segment, signing an agreement with ulrich medical that will allow GE to sell the GE-branded CT Motion multi-dose syringeless CT contrast injector in the US.
Much More – GE Healthcare has been busy throughout 2022, so although the other products in its booth were still quite new, they’ve already been detailed in recent Imaging Wire issues. That includes the Definium 656 HD X-ray system, Omni Legend PET/CT, LOGIQ Fortis ultrasound, and the PACS-based intelligent workload management solution.