Partners

The foundation of the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) is built on collaborative partnerships between health systems and vendors to achieve better outcomes and provide patient-centric care. Established as an innovative space used to demonstrate state-of-the-art, integrated infrastructure, the CCM connects and inspires leaders and innovators who want to advance health care. Learn more about the CCM’s partners below.

GE Healthcare is the $19.8 billion healthcare business of GE.

As a leading provider of medical imaging, monitoring, biomanufacturing, and cell and gene therapy technologies, GE Healthcare enables precision health in diagnostics, therapeutics, and monitoring through intelligent devices, data analytics, applications, and services. With over 100 years of experience in the healthcare industry and more than 50,000 employees globally, the company helps improve outcomes more efficiently for patients, healthcare providers, researchers, and life sciences companies around the world. Follow GE Healthcare on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and The Pulse for the latest news.

We believe in the possibility of real-time health care systems to profoundly change patient care through adaptive, connected IT infrastructure powering new technologies and services to deliver better health outcomes.

This is why Nokia is shaping the future of health care services with reliable, easy-to-deploy network architectures that connect medical centers, hospitals, clinics, remote sites, and medical devices quickly and seamlessly to improve processes, reduce costs, and support value-based patient care.

Our solutions enable you to automate manual processes, share medical information more easily, and provide connectivity to support health monitoring, automated workflows, and innovative new treatments. We can help you build a high-performance network that improves patient outcomes and eliminates operational inefficiencies. With our solutions, you can shift to an intelligent, connected health care model that:

  • Efficiently handles everything from sensor data to large 2D and 3D medical imaging files
  • Provides low-latency private cloud capabilities for data
  • Uses distributed, low-latency edge clouds to support innovative approaches such as remote and robot-assisted surgery
  • Applies real-time analytics and machine learning to improve operational performance, diagnostics, and decision-making
  • Enables you to collaborate, share, and innovate with hospitals, clinics, and partners

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A $21 billion health care provider and insurer, Pittsburgh-based UPMC is inventing new models of patient-centered, cost-effective, accountable care.

The largest nongovernmental employer in Pennsylvania, UPMC integrates more than 90,000 employees, 40 hospitals, 700 doctors’ offices and outpatient sites, and a 3.8 million-member Insurance Services Division, the largest medical insurer in western Pennsylvania. In the most recent fiscal year, UPMC contributed $1.2 billion in benefits to its communities, including more care to the region’s most vulnerable citizens than any other health care institution, and paid $587 million in federal, state, and local taxes. Working in close collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, UPMC shares its clinical, managerial, and technological skills worldwide through its innovation and commercialization arm, UPMC Enterprises, and through UPMC International. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside on its annual Honor Roll of America’s Best Hospitals. Follow UPMC on Facebook and Twitter.

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