Creating a world where healthcare has no limits

Explore the art

Art—like health—is universal. It knows no language, no prejudice, no limits.

GE HealthCare is committed to helping patients along the continuum of care, where every patient and every product has a story to tell. We curated this art and innovation showcase to allow you to step into the shoes of our patients and the healthcare community we serve, enabling you to get closer to the many personal experiences that demonstrate the timeless connection between better health and better care. These original works of art feature patients we know—some of them are even our colleagues. We dedicate our work to the billions of patients and healthcare workers we serve around the world every year, and the billions more we will continue to serve, by delivering on our purpose to create a world where healthcare has no limits.
Patient: John Davis

Cardiology systems that make a difference

GE HealthCare’s Cardiology Solutions seamlessly integrate AI-powered medical technologies to help care teams make sound diagnostic decisions and operate at peak efficiency. One solution is the Allia Platform with MyIQ, which has been designed for image guided therapies, while the MAC VU360™ Resting ECG system and the Vivid™ E95 cardiovascular ultrasound system are advancing medical capabilities. Additionally, GE Healthcare’s recent collaboration with AliveCor aims to increase convenience for patients and helps reduce cardiac-related hospitalizations by improving the quality and integration of patient data.

These solutions are designed to help patients like John Davis who suddenly had a heart attack at age 24. John’s experience is paired with the work of artist Reggie Black who uses text as his medium to relate to trauma, as well as hope.


Patient care journey

In 2020, John Davis had a heart attack playing basketball. He knew genetics may lead to this one day but it caught him completely by surprise since he was just 24, halfway through his education, studying cardiovascular disease through population health. Today, he carries the scar and the lived experience of heart disease with him with every patient he serves.

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Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally. An estimated 17.9 million people died from CVDs in 2019, representing 32% of all global death.1


Of these deaths, 85% were due to heart attack and stroke.1

Paired with patient John Davis

About the artist

Reggie Black is a multimedia artist and designer using text to navigate trauma, hope, and optimism. A self-taught artist who began his practice on pen and paper, Black has since conceived of new processes using both analog and digital techniques to create his signature hand type. Black has presented talks with Apple, Advertising Week, Floyd, TED, and Zound.

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