At a Glance
Optimize patient experience
Dose Management landscape
Radiation dose guidelines and quality initiatives are constantly evolving. It's mandatory to keep exposure to ionizing radiation "as low as reasonably achievable" (ALARA principle) to avoid, for instance, unnecessary exposure or overexposure to ionizing radiation. However, dose management can be inefficient, lack consistency, or be incomplete and this impacts clinicians' ability to identify the right information (such as exams at risk, outliers and trends) to make the right decisions.
“The Joint Commission is increasingly focusing on radiation dose reduction and comprehensive CT Technologist training using the “Image Gently & Wisely” guidelines.
Clinical Manager at UHS Imaging Department
“We have 8 different hospitals along with several clinics that are trying to implement a unified dose management program. Many of the stakeholders had never been engaged with one another and we had not established common processes.”
Lead/Diagnostic Imaging Manager, Aspirus Health, USA
“People knew that the more radiation used in a CT, the better the diagnostic picture. When the radiation dose was analyzed, we realized we were doing more CTs and that our doses could be lower when diagnosing specific problems.”
Epidemiologist and Senior Research Associate, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Canada
How it works
Drive better-informed, patient-centered care
4D Skin Dose Map
Organ dose dosimetry technology from Duke University
Dose to Fetus
*Results listed here are of this specific customer and may not be typical. Results are based on factors specific to each customer. GE Healthcare cannot guarantee these or similar results.
DIGITAL ADOPTION ENGAGEMENT
GE Healthcare offers a customized Dose Excellence Program with clinical specialists to provide on-site DoseWatch training and optimization services.
“We are really in win-win situation with the GE teams” “GE’s expertise and the relevance of the dashboards and the data we were working on allowed us to take up the most important challenges and implement sustainable solutions into our service”
-Paolo Sana, Radiology Manager, Hôpital Kirchberg