St. Luke’s University Health Network spends $11M on GE Healthcare ultrasound tech: 4 details

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Bethlehem, Pa.-based St. Lukes University Health Network inked a multimillion-dollar deal to install new ultrasound innovation and IT workflow software application.
4 information:
1. The health system acquired GE Healthcares LOGIQ E10 for General Imaging and Vivid E95 for Echocardiography and related workflow software for $11 million.
2. GE Healthcare will set up 76 ultrasound systems through the end of the year and deploy in its biggest ever single-order handle the U.S.
3. St. Lukes said it plans to include the innovation across its 12 hospitals in the vascular, radiology and echocardiology departments.
4. The health system said it anticipates to conserve $300,000 annually by making radiology more effective with the GE Healthcare technology.
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