Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Fast Decisions: GE Healthcare Technology Assisting Doctors During the COVID-19 Pandemic...

Ultrasound machines, perhaps best known for imaging fetuses in a mother’s womb, have been around for decades. They’ve also now become an important tool...

There Will Be Another Side: GE CEO Addresses The Economic Impact...

GE posted its first-quarter earnings on Wednesday. Reflecting on “a challenging quarter,” GE Chairman and CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. said “the world has fundamentally changed”...

When The Clouds Lift: How Data Can Help Airlines Recover From...

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the aviation industry hard. Empty airports, canceled flights and disrupted balance sheets are hurting air carriers all over the...

Helping the Helpers: GE Healthcare Enables ICU Ventilation Surveillance at Scale...

Doctors and nurses are, by nature, resourceful problem-solvers, using the tools they have available to save as many lives as possible. During the COVID-19...

Automation Nations: A View Of How Industry Will Transform Itself After...

Millions of Americans have been told by state officials to stay home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. But working from home...

At Home, But Never Alone: App Helps Doctors Keep Tabs On...

A month ago, Jussi Määttä didn’t think he would be part of the fight against COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. His...

Our Response to COVID-19: Helping the World Power Through

This moment is like nothing we’ve seen before in our lifetimes—impacting all our communities and disrupting lives everywhere. We are all concerned for our loved...

Service In The Time Of A Global Pandemic

As the COVID-19 virus makes its way around the world, its impact on businesses and employees is multi-fold. While local governments and policymakers implement...

Rapid Response: 3D-Printed Shield For N95 Face Masks Could Help Clinicians...

As COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, started cropping up across the United States in March, Caroline Shaw knew the pandemic would...