Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Sirius Medical, a global leader in Value-Based Healthcare and Surgical Marker Navigation, has announced its partnership with GE HealthCare to showcase Pintuition at the upcoming Annual European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI) Conference in 2023. This conference is scheduled to take place in Valencia, Spain, from September 28 to 30, 2023.
During the event, Sirius Pintuition® will be featured in a workshop hosted by GE HealthCare, focusing on the combined use of Contrast Enhanced Mammography (CEM) and Sirius Pintuition. The workshop is titled: 'Enhancing Biopsy Accuracy and Workflow: CEM-Guided Biopsy for Enhancing-Only Lesions & DCIS, and Non-Wire Probe-Guided Localization Systems.'
Sirius Medical has previously collaborated with GE HealthCare in The One-Stop Clinic™, a pioneering concept that represents a shift towards delivering value-based care. This approach redefines the entire patient care journey for individuals facing breast cancer.
The educational collaboration between Sirius Medical and GE HealthCare underscores their joint commitment to delivering value-based healthcare. By integrating Sirius Pintuition® and CEM, they aim to enhance patient workflow, ultimately supporting and expanding sustainable access to breast cancer care.
Bram Schermers, CEO of Sirius Medical, expressed his enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, "We are excited to collaborate with GE HealthCare to enhance the patient workflow using Sirius Pintuition and CEM. This opportunity reflects our shared dedication to improving patient care and ensuring sustainable access through innovative medical technology."
Karima Santi, EMEA Product Marketing Leader Mammography at GE HealthCare, also emphasized the alignment of Sirius Medical's innovative surgical oncology approaches with their vision. " Sirius Medical's pioneering surgical oncology methods align seamlessly with our vision at GE Healthcare. Together, we aim to enhance the delivery of value-based care and optimize educational and interactive experiences that will benefit medical professionals and ultimately enhance patient outcomes."