HOME >> BIOLOGY >> NEWS
Health care reimagined: Improving patient care through early health

WHAT: On May 15th, healthcare industry and medical academic leaders gather in New York to discuss innovations in medical technology that can help predict, diagnose and treat disease and why these technologies are key components to the future of healthcare. This media-only event will focus on topics including:

Predictive Diagnostics, Healthcare's New Crystal Ball

  • Early Diagnosis: Impacting Time, Money and Lives

  • Seeing Cardiovascular Disease in a New Light

  • Tackling Tumors in the 21st Century

  • Gray Matters: Preserving Good Years (Neuroscience)

Precision Disease Management: Targeting Future Needs

  • Developing New Therapies, Imaging and Drug Discovery

  • Targeting Time in the Treatment Paradigm: MR Guided Focused Ultrasound in Treatment of Uterine Fibroids

  • Patient Monitoring: Keeping a Close Eye

Patient Panel: Your Early Health>

  • Patient treated at the North Texas Uterine Fibroid Institute and others

  • Clinical and Economic Potential of Earlier Diagnosis

Bridging Information to Clinical Practice and Breaking Down Barriers to Care

  • Completing the Care Cycle

  • The New Healthcare Empowerment System

  • Equity in Access

WHY: Enhancing the current healthcare system with technologies to help prevent, detect and treat diseases earlier than ever has become increasingly important. These technologies are already playing a role in the aging Baby Boomer generation, obesity, diabetes and other chronic illnesses. During this session, presenters will provide updates on some of the latest technology that is being used both in inpatient and outpatient settings to improve healthcare.

WHO:

  • Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE

  • Joseph M. Hogan, CEO, GE Healthcare

  • Delo
    '"/>


Contact: Brian McKaig
brian.mckaig@ge.com
414-721-2407
Edelman Public Relations
11-May-2007


Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Sugar and spice and everything nice: Health differences in newborn girls and boys
2. Health Physics Society
3. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Geisinger launch new environmental research group
4. Healthy coral reefs hit hard by warmer temperatures
5. Healthy reefs hit hardest by warmer temperatures
6. Kent State University and Summa Health System receive NIH grant to study prehypertension
7. Health disparities -- Genetics, society and race play an important role in access to healthcare
8. OneWorld Health selects Odyssey Research for phase 4 study in India
9. Healthy coastal wetlands would adapt to rising oceans
10. New Geisinger Health System building green Center for Health Research
11. Health care system for aging nerve cells

Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:9/15/2018)... ... September 14, 2018 , ... Today, Mediaplanet announces the ... innovative work being done within rare diseases research, diagnostics, and will highlight what ... rare diseases. , The print component of "Rare Diseases" is ...
(Date:9/12/2018)... Minn. (PRWEB) , ... September 11, 2018 , ... ... wall coatings, is proud to introduce the new ChemXP™ line of high performance ... environments. The line was developed to provide Tennant Coatings’ elite certified installers with ...
(Date:9/12/2018)... ... 12, 2018 , ... Captiva Spine, Inc., which designs, manufactures ... 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market TowerLOX-EXT® ... TowerLOX-EXT MIS Extended Tab Pedicle Screws provide the narrow insertion of an extended ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:9/7/2018)... ... September 06, 2018 , ... The Discovery on ... meeting of “The industry’s preeminent event on novel drug targets.” BellBrook Labs’ high ... to study these emerging targets in a quest to find new treatments for ...
(Date:8/31/2018)... ... 2018 , ... A recent expedition led by Dr. Blair ... of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, demonstrated how the use of autonomous ... of hard to reach deep sea ecosystems, like intermittently active methane seeps. Thanks ...
(Date:8/29/2018)... ... 2018 , ... CEO and founder of VetStem Biopharma, Dr. ... an allogeneic (donor derived) stem cell product for osteoarthritis in canines at the ... He is also the organizer of Breakout Session 4: Practitioner Primer on FDA ...
(Date:8/23/2018)... RENO/TAHOE, Nev. (PRWEB) , ... August 22, 2018 ... ... TrialKit ™ for Android on September 1st, making it the first fully-featured ... both iOS and Android devices. Combined, iOS and Android constitute 99 percent of ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
Cached News: