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### Introducing GE HealthCare’s Latest Artificial Technology at RSNA 2023

More than 40 new innovations are showcased by GE HealthCare at RSNA including AI enabled imaging to…

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) projects a potential shortage of around 42,000 radiologists across the United States by the year 2033.

During the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Annual Meeting in Chicago scheduled from November 26 to 30, 2023, GE HealthCare is set to showcase over 40 new advancements.

The array of innovations is designed to tackle challenges such as improving access to MRI technology, managing increasing workloads, and addressing the scarcity of radiologists.

Among the products featured at the event is the SIGNA Champion, a 1.5T scanner integrated with AI-driven procedures and technologies like Sonic DL, Air Coils, and AIR Recon DT, which GE HealthCare claims can reduce turnaround times by 50%.

GE HealthCare recently unveiled the latest version of its Digital Expert Access (DEA), a device compatible with remote patient scanning and cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) through the 510(k) pathway.

In addition to these releases, GE HealthCare also disclosed advancements in high-resolution imaging, including the Venue Family point-of-care ultrasound systems, an AI tool offering real-time guidance for capturing high-quality cardiac images, and the LOGIQ E10 Series featuring Verisound Digital & AI Solutions. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation granted $44 million in September to support these developments in ultrasonic imaging.

The AAMC anticipates a shortage of nearly 42,000 radiologists in the United States by 2033. A study involving 13,000 US doctors conducted in 2022 revealed that 49% of radiologists experienced burnout, a figure expected to rise with the aging global population.

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GE HealthCare and Sectra, a clinical application specializing in imaging scanning, collaborated on November 10 to address these emerging challenges by leveraging each other’s technologies.

Peter Arduini, the CEO of GE HealthCare, outlined the organization’s strategies to combat burnout, emphasizing the consolidation of information, workflow optimization, precision care facilitation, and enhanced patient outcomes through innovative products, disease-focused solutions, and digital tools.

Based on a market model by GlobalData, the global MRI device market is forecasted to reach \(10 billion by 2033, doubling from \)5 billion in 2022. GE HealthCare currently commands a 29.3% share in the global market as per the latest data.

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