Heather Chalmers, vice president and general manager of GE Healthcare Canada, shares the company’s increasing focus on incorporating applied intelligence and digital analytics in its portfolio of innovative solutions, and how these can have significant effects on patient outcomes as well as the whole healthcare system. She further highlights the recent achievements of GE Healthcare in partnering with providers to launch a command center at Humber River Hospital and in regenerative medicine. You took over at the head of GE Healthcare Canada in 2014. What was the vision for the GE Healthcare business in Canada at the time and how has it evolved since?
"Instead of sticking to the traditional partnership where we install and service a piece of equipment, we want to accompany our customers in their journey to address the outcome they want to achieve with that equipment and help them meet or exceed those objectives."