Advancing bone and joint health, helping improve quality of life.

A new era of imaging has led to better understanding of bone and joint health. Studies show that early diagnosis and clinical management can help enhance care and contain costs.1,2

Help enhance care standards and improve quality of life for your patients with affordable, connected technologies from GE Healthcare. Whether you’re a seasoned expert or new to diagnostic imaging, our solutions in Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), X-ray and Bone Densitometry support you in diagnosing the disease and monitoring your prescribed treatment.

Rheumatology Home

More than 100 million people in Europe are affected by arthritis and/or rheumatism, making it Europe’s most widespread chronic disease.3 Every 30 seconds, a fracture occurs due to osteoporosis.4 Can this be prevented?

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EULAR 2012

Watch EULAR 2012 Satellite Symposium webcast!

GE Healthcare was present at EULAR 2012 to discuss your imaging technology needs and to showcase our offering in bone and joint health.

We also co-sponsored a scientific Satellite Symposium: “Treat to Target: What are the benefits of a targeted ultrasound approach?” which focused on the Treat to Target concept and explored the state of the art in ultrasound imaging.

The webcast is now available online for your convenience - access it here!


Fit for Work

Fit for Work

The Fit for Work Europe Coalition, a unique, multi-stakeholder group, is dedicated to advancing policies and clinical practices that alleviate suffering and enhance the lives of those living with musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Nearly half of all workplace absences and 60 percent of permanent work incapacities in the European Union are caused by MSDs, and more than a quarter of the EU’s working population reports work-related back pain.

Fit for Work, supported by an ongoing grant from Abbott and a supporting grant from GE Healthcare, brings together patients, physicians, policymakers and others who believe in the importance of early detection, prevention and management of MSDs in the workplace. The organization’s goal is to raise awareness through evidence-based research and recommendations for addressing the burden of MSDs throughout Europe.

For more information, please visit

Fit for work

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