GE Healthcare's Command Center Solution Recognized at Frost & Sullivan Innovation & Leadership Awards Gala

17 October, 2018

GE Healthcare's Command Center solution was recognized by Frost & Sullivan at its 2018 Growth, Innovation & Leadership Awards Gala held on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, at Paradise Point Resort & Spa in San Diego, CA.

Bree Bush, Principal, GE Healthcare Partners, accepted the award at the gala event.

Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards are presented each year to companies that are predicted to encourage significant growth in their industries, have identified emerging trends before they became a marketplace standard, and have created advanced technologies that will catalyze and transform industries in the near future.

“Our Best Practices Awards are presented each year to companies that demonstrate top performance in areas such as market leadership, business strategy, product innovation, and customer value. Our recipients’ achievements pave the way to drive significant industry growth while also setting trends before they become the market standard,” said Art Robbins, President of Frost & Sullivan’s Global Consulting Practice and Global Head of the Business and Financial Services Practice.

Based on its recent analysis of the global hospital command centers market, Frost & Sullivan recognized GE Healthcare Partners citing a unique holistic command center solution to optimize patient care delivery.

The command center solution helps hospitals and hospital networks improve outcomes and efficiency by employing the most advanced technologies such as prescriptive and predictive analytics, machine learning, natural language processing, and computer vision in a new “command center” department in a purpose-built space manned by newly empowered staff helping front-line caregivers 24x7.

In its AwarReport, Frost & Sullivan cites GEHCP command centers for:

  • A breakthrough capability for patient and staff experience, outcomes and efficiency.
  • A combination of artificial and human intelligence to predict risk, orchestrate complex care activity and support evidence-based medicine; and provide a center of gravity for cultural integration and continuous improvement
  • The employment of technology to drive action by applying AI to constant Real Time data from machines, devices, EMRs, and other software.

“We’re delighted to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan for our Command Center work,” says Jeff Terry, CEO Command Centers, GE Healthcare Partners. “It’s a testament to the tenacity, innovation and focus of both our team and the caregivers we’re honored to serve.”

To read the full press release announcing the award please click here.