GE Healthcare, Temple University Health System sign value-based radiology agreement

GE Healthcare and Temple University Health System, based in Philadelphia, are collaborating to incentivize high-quality radiologic imaging services, according to a HealthImaging report.

The seven-year partnership focuses on improvements in clinical, financial and operational outcomes. The collaboration aims to save $39 million in operational costs over the course of the contract.

TUHS will update its radiological imaging equipment with technology from GE, according to the report.

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