GE Of Southeast Asia Seeks To Launch 100 Medical Innovations In Area
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
General Electric, a U.S. maker of medical devices and other health care products, is moving to become a major player in the Asia Pacific region, building on its previously announced $6 billion, six-year initiative. GE Healthcare's CEO for Southeast Asia, Arun Sharma, said in an interview his company expects to launch more than 100 innovations in the health care area, with an emphasis on reducing the cost of equipment and increasing access to products that contribute to the quality of health care. Arun said a key part of the plan is digitizing as many medical applications and equipment as possible. (Click here for more
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