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GE – A heritage of innovation
Founded by Thomas Edison in 1878 Only company from the original 1896 Dow Jones index still listed today 300,000+ employees world-wide $157 billion revenue in 2009
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000 employees worldwide $1 billion+/year investment in R&D Core strengths in bio-sciences. technology. business 4 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 2/ GE / .GE business segments Technology Infrastructure Healthcare Energy Infrastructure Energy GE Capital Commercial Finance NBC Universal Aviation Water GE Money Transportation Oil & Gas Corporate Treasury Home & Business Solutions 3 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 GE Healthcare $16 billion global business unit of GE 46.
NY GE Global Research Center Shanghai. highly diverse…driving technology innovation • Over 2. China China Technology Center Top talent. Middle East China AsiaIndia & Africa Pacific 6 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 3/ GE / .800 research scientists • More than 1.000 PhDs • Multiple disciplines • 45 different nationalities Bangalore.Global research and manufacturing Munich. Welch Technology Center USA Mexico Norway Sweden Finland Ireland Netherlands Russia UK Austria France Germany Kore Hungary a Turkey Japan China Israel India Global manufacturing facilities in all major regions Brazil 5 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 A global company with sales teams aligned regionally to provide customer-focused solutions Americas Europe. India John F. Germany European Technology Center Niskayuna.
Broad solutions for healthcare Broad-based Technologies Diagnostic imaging & surgery technologies Clinical products Information Technology Integrated admin. hospitals. & clinical Electronic medical records Picture Archiving System (PACS) Life Sciences Biopharmaceutical solutions Protein & cell sciences Medical diagnostics Service 7 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Key customers Healthcare systems. clinics • • • • • • • Physicians Clinicians Nurses Executives and Administrators IT managers Biomedical engineers Construction managers Government officials Retirement communities Pharmaceutical firms Genetics researchers Bio-science researchers 8 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 4/ GE / .
Anesthesia Delivery Bone Densitometry Computed Tomography Diagnostic Cardiology Home Health Interventional Maternal Infant Care Molecular Imaging Monitoring Solutions Magnetic Resonance Imaging Respiratory & Sleep Service X-ray Ultrasound 10 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 5/ GE / . from diagnostic imaging to routine testing to life-critical care.Healthcare IT Providing comprehensive clinical & financial information technology solutions that enable better decisions and outcomes for both businesses and patients. Improve revenue cycle Drive quality outcomes Accelerate image management and workflow 9 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Healthcare Systems Advancing every phase of patient care.
Biopharmaceutical development & manufacturing solutions Partner for cell and protein research Scientific asset service & management 11 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Medical Diagnostics Providing leading-edge contrast agents and nuclear medicine products for diagnostic imaging across all modalities. and the latest in cellular technologies.Life Sciences Delivering breakthroughs in drug R&D and biopharmaceutical manufacturing. 12 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 6/ GE / .
Vascular Orthopedics Spine Urology Cardiac General Surgery Pain Management Outpatient Interventional 13 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 The environment 14 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 7/ GE / .Surgery Mobile fluoroscopic imaging systems to help guide minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Healthcare trends Towards patients • Better health for more people Towards wellness and prevention • From post-symptomatic diagnosis to pre-symptomatic screening • Improved access through tele-technology Clinical convergence • Diagnostic tests (in vivo and in vitro) • Diagnosis linked to therapy • Convergence of pharma / diagnostic industries Productivity and ‘cost-out’ driven • Reimbursement pressure on providers Information driven • Payors demand rigorous cost/benefit analysis • Accessible and actionable patient information 15 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Need for a fundamental change… Aging population People with multiple diseases Treatment costs Productivity loss Cancer One person in three will have cancer Heart Disease Brain Disorders 20% aged 75-84 with 1 person dies from CVD every 33 seconds Alzheimer’s disease 16 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 8/ GE / .
It’s time to act. 18 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 9/ GE / .How can GE help? 17 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Healthcare has reached a tipping point.
financing. Best Solutions Technology for lower-cost outcomes • Targeted. 19 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 The need for healthcare innovation Healthcare Needs ” Big health challenges“ • Rise of chronic diseases: Alzheimer’s. More innovations outside of hospitals (e. homes. financing. Congestive Heart Failure.healthymagination Sustainable health. retail settings) Consumer awareness.g. “ just what you need” technologies or services. 20 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 10 / GE / . Obesity. • Accelerate healthcare IT • Global vs. motivation. Diabetes. improves quality and touches more people. local responses • Local solutions + global applicability…Tools to address rural health. Enabled by innovation that lowers cost. Rural/underserved focus • Broaden technology & services • Innovation that drives access & productivity. Enable physicians through decision support & productivity tools. Aging populations. Consumer-driven health • • Healthcare is changing around the world…so is GE. Health essentials: water & energy.
and financing $6 billion commitment to making health sustainable 21 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 $6B investment focused on outcomes Reduce cost • Greater efficiency • Asset optimization • Maximize throughput • Reduce variance • Managing chronic diseases Improve quality • Reducing medical errors • Remote medicine/ monitoring • Early disease detection Increase access • Maternal & infant care • Water & sanitation • Screening for lifethreatening conditions 15% 15% 15% 2010 3rd party validation 20-25 validations 1st annual report 2015 100+ validations 5th annual report 22 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 11 / GE / .healthymagination Addressing important global healthcare needs Reduce the cost of health procedures and practices through GE technologies and services Improve quality and efficiency by simplifying ways of driving best standards of care Increase access to better health for more people through low-cost innovation. education.
Help underserved populations 2 billion people live without access to basic healthcare around the globe. over 100 million people globally fall into poverty because of healthcare costs. energy and GE Healthcare solutions. Better quality care Patients currently receive best practice care only 54% of the time. health products and IT through GE Capital financing. 23 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 Everyone will benefit Low-cost outcomes Each year. Disease management Aging services 100+ innovations by 2015 24 This is GE Healthcare 2010 May 2010 12 / GE / . Healthcare More doctors and hospitals will have access to lower-cost. Consumer health Ret ail clinics Comprehensive change in wellness behavior can reduce health costs by 25%.Ways this will benefit… Our world Underserved people will have more access to better health technology and services such as water. GE will help health systems become safer and more efficient through IT solutions and process improvements. People will be able to access quality health from home and will have education and tools on a variety of health and prevention topics. targeted.
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