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GE Healthcare imaging technology to advance use of 3D printing in veteran care

GE Healthcare imaging technology to advance use of 3D printing in veteran care

Written by David

November 28, 2018

3D printed medical model (Photo: VA Puget Sound Health Care System) GE Healthcare and VA Puget Sound Health Care System have announced a partnership to deliver improved precision healthcare for U.S. veterans with advanced 3D imaging technology. Building on its 3D printing network, VA Puget Sound, which provides care to more than 9 million veterans, and the Veterans Health Administration Innovators Network, will integrate GE Healthcare’s visualisation AW VolumeShare workstations with 3D printing software at its facilities in Seattle, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Cleveland and Salt Lake City. Previously, the VA was using 3D software that was not specifically designed for medical use. Now, VA radiologists specialising in cardiology, oncology, orthopaedics and other areas will use GE advanced visualisation tools designed specifically for the medical field to develop new 3D imaging approaches for improved precision healthcare. Dr. Ripley performs quality check on a model of a kidney with a cancerous […]

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