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Medanta & GE HealthCare launch Tele-ICU services in India

The high level knowledge transfer via 24x7 Medanta e-ICU Command Centre, powered by cutting edge technology from GE HealthCare that equips both central and bedside medical teams

GE HealthCare collaborates with Elekta to expand access to precision radiation...

Collaboration to provide hospitals with a comprehensive offering across imaging and treatment for cancer patients requiring radiation therapy

GE HealthCare’s study identifies barriers to achieving more human & flexible...

Low trust in AI, interoperability, burnout & care accessibility top the list of challenges

Chaitanya Sarawate appointed as MD, Wipro GE HealthCare and President &...

He succeeds Dr. Shravan Subramanyam who is leaving to pursue an opportunity outside the company. He shall take up his new role, effective February 13, 2023

GE HealthCare completes spin-off, begins trading on Nasdaq

Trading on Nasdaq exchange under “GEHC” ticker symbol

Intrapartum Monitoring Devices market to reach US$ 4.5 Billion by 2032:...

As of 2022, the market is poised to reach US$ 2.3 Billion, yielding a dollar opportunity worth US$ 2.2 Billion throughout the forthcoming decade

Wipro GE Healthcare boosts local manufacturing, New factory under PLI goes...

With an investment of over INR 100 crores, this greenfield facility is one of 15 medical device manufacturers approved under the government’s PLI Scheme towards Atmanirbhar Bharat

Wipro GE Healthcare bolsters leadership bench in India & South Asia

The company has announced the appointment of Elie Chaillot to the Board of Directors

GE Healthcare to acquire BK Medical, expand ultrasound portfolio into surgical...

Complementary acquisition supports GE Healthcare’s $3 billion Ultrasound business’ expansion from diagnostics into surgical and therapeutic interventions........................

74% facilities saw decline in patient procedures during pandemic: Wipro GE...

The study was conducted between April and May during the peak of the second wave of the pandemic among hospitals and other healthcare providers across India............................