Category: GE Healthcare
GE Healthcare reportedly plans to exit the hospital electronic medical records business.
GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) reportedly confirmed that it's getting out of the hospital electronic medical records business, aiming for a "graceful transition" for customers using its Centricity Enterprise EMR system.
Ultrasound specialist Edap joins a $45 million French consortium led by GE Healthcare to develop new treatments for liver cancer.
A single human error in India prompts GE Healthcare to issue a warning on 30 years worth of its MRI scanners.
Profits for General Electric's GE Healthcare business were down 4% on flat sales during the 4th quarter.
Hill-Rom looks to the energy industry for its new CEO, Steven Strobel, lured from retail energy services company BlueStar Energy.
Hill-Rom Holdings (NYSE:HRC) said it looked to the energy industry to replace James Saccaro as CFO, naming BlueStar Energy's former CFO Steven Strobel to the position.
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Here's a look at some of the top Wall Street stories for medical device companies this week: 5 factors affecting the future of medtech; Medtech VC deals post double-digit increases in Q3; Breast implant maker Sientra sets IPO range; GE CEO Immelt: Global experience got Flannery the top spot at GE Healthcare; GI Dynamics proposes 1-for-10 reverse stock split
John Flannery's experience in global markets landed him the top spot at GE Healthcare, where he replaced John Dineen, GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt told analysts last week.