GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services to meet the demand for increased access, enhanced quality and more affordable healthcare around the world.

GE Healthcare delivers robust mobility solutions and network design and integration services, integrating best-in-class products with hospitals’ systems, from central monitoring units to care collaboration tools.

Reliable care communication is essential to efficient hospital workflows and favorable patient outcomes. The Joint Commission states that more than 70 percent of treatment delays and sentinel events result from communication breakdowns. In addition, the Journal of Healthcare Management reports that inefficient communications may cost 500-bed hospitals up to $4 million per year.1

GE Healthcare understands hospital business imperatives. Backed by extensive knowledge of monitoring solutions and clinical workflows, we bring comprehensive, robust, single-source mobility solutions that address hospitals’ needs for event notification, alarm management, and more. In addition, our highly skilled network design and implementation team deploys solutions that maximize communication efficiency.

Ascom and GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare incorporates Ascom offerings as part of customized, wing-to-wing mobility solutions. Some solutions include, but are not limited, to:

Supported Markets

GE Healthcare delivers mobility solutions specifically for hospitals worldwide*.

*The solutions is supported in a range of countries globally, please inquire with your local GE Healthcare office or Ascom contact about availability in your specific country.

About GE Healthcare

As a leading global medical technology, diagnostics and digital solutions innovator, GE Healthcare enables clinicians to make faster, more informed decisions through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications and services, supported by its Edison intelligence platform


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Agarwal R, Sands DZ, Schneider JD. Quantifying the economic impact of communication inefficiencies in U.S. hospitals. J Healthc Manag. 2010;55(4):265-81.


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