GE to unveil new technologies at Arab Health
Dubai, January 22, 2012
GE Healthcare said it will showcase its comprehensive portfolio of ‘diagnosis to care’ solutions at the upcoming Arab Health 2012 premier healthcare exhibition in Dubai.
GE Healthcare’s innovative technologies on display at Arab Health 2012, are tailored to address the pressing healthcare challenges in the region – especially the rise in incidence of lifestyle diseases. Its participation at the expo is led by the theme, ‘Technologies for Healthier Lives.’
GE Healthcare experts and executives will interact with the attendees, host workshops, demonstrate new technologies and discuss the latest trends in medical imaging and healthcare.
Over several decades, GE Healthcare’s ‘company to country’ approach has been built on regional partnerships to meet local healthcare requirements, said a senior official.
Aziz Koleilat, general manager at GE Healthcare in the Middle East, said: “GE’s healthcare solutions are used extensively across hospitals in the Middle East. We listen to our customers and understand the challenges that the region faces – such as the increasing burden of healthcare bills and growing incidence of lifestyle diseases."
"Our focus is on building a ‘company to country’ approach, where solutions are tailored to address local needs," Koleilat remarked.
"All the innovations we’re highlighting this year are rooted in GE’s healthymagination strategy — a commitment to help reduce the cost of healthcare while increasing access and improving quality — and we look forward to sharing news on this front throughout the week," he said.
“At GE Healthcare, we are at work for a healthier world – that is at the heart of healthymagination,” he added.
Among the key products to be displayed are advanced molecular imaging solutions that will help address cancer care, mammography technologies, maternal-infant care solutions, ultrasound technologies that can be used even in remote places where basic healthcare amenities are non-existent, health information systems that make accessing healthcare data a smoother process.-TradeArabia News Service