This is the most important time of the year to reach your patients with the most important message:
PLEASE DON’T SKIP
Women’s health was severely impacted at the height of the COVID pandemic, mammograms decreased by up to 92% in some areas, according to a study in the Journal of the American College of Radiology. Per the CDC, declines in breast cancer screening ranged from 84% among Hispanic women to 98% among American Indian/Alaskan Native women. Signicant volume reductions and delays occurred to breast imaging, with screening mammography being the hardest hit, and long-term outcomes from changes in breast cancer management algorithm during the pandemic are yet to be determined.
That's why at GE, we are committed to working with you to help improve education, awareness, and finding solutions.
What can you do to help? You can help women learn about a more comfortable mammogram experience and supplementary screening technology with GE’s Invenia™ 2.0 Automated Breast Ultrasound & LOGIQ™ E10 general imaging ultrasound along with other breast imaging solutions.
Watch this inspirational video for thoughts on
how we can encourage women to come back to
Watch Michele Brands, Network Director, Women’s Imaging at St. Luke’s University Health Network and hear what she had to say about why women need to make time to get back to screening.
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We’re hitting the road!
Earlier this summer 2021 in Europe, our Breast Imaging & Bone & Metabolic Health offering has been traveling in Europe to highlight our new technologies. This October, we will be in France doing breast screenings with patients that can’t always get the access necessary for screening.
Kicking off in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pristina will be touring the US making nearly 80 stops. Given the importance of our “Please Don’t Skip” message, we are doing our part to spread the word among our valued customers and patients. Reach out to your local GE Healthcare Representative to see when we’ll be in your area and to schedule a demonstration.
For more information on the EU roadshow, click here
For more information on the US roadshow, click here
Don’t Skip our webinar on:
Pursuing Health Equity in Breast Care
An interactive discussion with leading industry experts
Dr. Kim Johnson, Sr. Director, African American Health Equity, Susan G. Komen Dr. Sonali Johnson, Head of Knowledge Union for International Cancer Control Dr. Randy Miles, Massachusetts General Hospital Moderated by: Agnes Berzsenyi, GE HealthcareREGISTER HERE TO WATCH HERE
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