GE Healthcare to Unveil its Segment Strategy At Chicago Radiology Meeting, Investor Event | GenomeWeb

General Electric Healthcare is unveiling its vision for its future in healthcare, targeting 2015 as the bulls-eye for the realization of its vision of personalized medicine.

GE Healthcare’s go-to-market strategy is woven around the phrase “Predict, Diagnose, Inform, and Treat,” and, this week in Chicago, it will provide perhaps the most in-depth explanation on how it will integrate the tools it picked up by acquiring Amersham in April with its legacy medical systems business.

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