#RSNA22 to be debut of GE Healthcare’s One-Stop Clinic™ Experience for Breast – an immersive experience for healthcare providers that presents our value-based breast care offering featuring a portfolio of solutions to advance women’s health and breast cancer care.
Chicago, U.S. November 28, 2022: In 2020, there were 2.3 million women diagnosed with breast cancer and since 2008, breast cancer incidences worldwide have increased by more than 20 percent. Current challenges in the breast care for patients and providers alike include high-cost burden, long wait times, false positives and unnecessary testing and the impact of these challenges can have consequences in the delay of accurate diagnosis and treatment.
To demonstrate the company’s total breast care approach to rapid diagnosis and treatment planning, GE Healthcare presents the United States debut of the One-Stop Clinic™ Experience for Breast at #RSNA22.
With clinics in Europe, South America and now the United States, GE Healthcare’s One-Stop Clinic model redefines patient experience by accelerating care – improving the handoffs between each step in the care pathway and aiming to reduce time from screening to diagnosis and treatment planning through a coordinated and personalized patient journey in one place, with one multidisciplinary cancer care team, within hours.
As part of the One-Stop Clinic Experience, radiologists and healthcare providers will be able to step into the shoes of patients for a truly immersive breast care experience that puts a spotlight on value-based care and the impact it can have in helping improve patient care delivery as well as clinical, operational, financial outcomes.
GE Healthcare will be showcasing its full portfolio of solutions including new Pristina Bright™ contrast mammography offering, as well as advanced ultrasound technologies including Vscan Air™, Invenia™ ABUS 2.0 and LOGIQ™ E10. Additional technologies featured include breast MR, Lunar™ iDXA and Cerianna™ Imaging Tracers, as well as additional technologies in genomic testing with SOPHiA GENETICS as well as radiotherapy and pathology.
A multidisciplinary team made up of a Nurse Navigator, Breast Surgeon, Pathologist, Radiologist, Genomics Expert and Patient Advocates will also be on site to share the value of implementing this model of care in their own practices and communities:
“GE Healthcare’s One Stop Clinic model has marked a paradigm shift towards how we deliver value-based breast care – ultimately redefining the experience for patients facing a potentially difficult breast cancer diagnosis, within hours. When there is a One-Stop Clinic, patients get what they need at the same time with the support of a multi-disciplinary team and a nurse navigator that’s with them every step of the way. To help build a better system, we’ve been able to improve handoffs between each step in the process to reduce the time from screening to diagnosis and treatment planning – helping ensure we get answers to our patients as quickly as possible. St. Luke’s University Health Network is proud to be able to provide this kind of accelerated breast cancer care to our patients because it’s the kind of care that patients deserve,” Diane Lack – Manager, Women’s Imaging and Nurse Navigator at St. Luke’s University Health Network.
Visit GE Healthcare’s One-Stop Clinic Experience for Breast at North Hall Room #8349. For tours, click here to register. To schedule a meeting to discuss the One-Stop Clinic further with an executive leader, click here.
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GE Healthcare’s Innovation Theater will host the following discussion with experts from across the industry:
- A Multifaceted Approach to Fostering Screening Compliance from Leading Breast Cancer Organizations, Patient Advocates and a Nurse Navigator (November 29, 2022 at 11:25 a.m. CST): Join us for a panel discussion with experts from across the industry – including Cati Stone, Susan G. Komen Vice President of Community Health & Survivor; Dr. Corrine Ellsworth-Beaumont MFA, PhD, Founder of Know Your Lemons; Asha Miller, Patient Veteran and Influencer; and Diane Lack – Manager, Women’s Imaging and Nurse Navigator at St. Luke’s University Health Network as well as members of the GE Healthcare team. The panel will examine a multifaceted approach to fostering breast screening with patients and guide you through the ins and outs of getting patients to comply with regular screenings.
Additional One-Stop Clinic for Breast programming as part of GE Healthcare’s Education Room:
- Proven Outcomes of Implementing a Value-based Breast Care Program (November 28, 2022 from 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. CST | Booth #8355) Join Dr. Mohamed Lareef, Breast Surgeon, and Diane Lack – Manager, Women’s Imaging and Nurse Navigator of St. Luke’s University Health Network’s One-Stop Clinic for an educational session on how implementing a value-based breast care program with proven outcomes can differentiate your facility, improve return on investment, all while enabling increased patient satisfaction scores. You are also invited to visit and tour the One-Stop Clinic for Breast Experience, RSNA Booth #8349.
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About GE Healthcare:
GE Healthcare is the $17.7 billion healthcare business of GE (NYSE: GE). As a leading global medical technology, pharmaceutical diagnostics and digital solutions innovator, GE Healthcare enables clinicians to make faster, more informed decisions through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications and services, supported by its Edison intelligence platform. With over 100 years of healthcare industry experience and around 48,000 employees globally, the company operates at the center of an ecosystem working toward precision health, digitizing healthcare, helping drive productivity and improve outcomes for patients, providers, health systems and researchers around the world.
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