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CEO Wilson Defines GE's Health-IT Customer

Don Wilson, an 18-year GE veteran, was promoted to president of the General Electric Medical Systems Information Technologies unit in May to replace Gregory Lucier, who left to become CEO at Invitrogen. The division focuses on information technologies ......

Full article >>> adiologist can get the information faster [by going digital and filmless]. They're not waiting for film. Images are ready to be reviewed in 30 seconds. Physicians get report completion in hours rather than days. Usually, the radiologist sees the patient so long after the exam is done that if there's a mistake, it takes so long for [the patient] to get called back. (Wilson cites
Full article >>> ding while the larger middle tier has less money per site and is a tougher sell in general?

Wilson: The barometer has been a small acquisition called Millbrook. That product [Centricity Physician Office Practice Management formerly Millbrook Practice Manager] sells into entry-level physician [sites], and we've seen outstanding growth [with it]. It gives us a lot of hope for [b......

Full article >>> a new MRI machine or open a new center?

HITW: What stamp to you hope to leave on GE Medial Systems IT? What will be your legacy?

Wilson: I think about a couple things. This is great growth business [with] great organic opportunities. This business is transitioning from a $500-million business. We'll be $3 billion next year. Second, we've got to be more global. We......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Dodge 06/03/03


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