Photo credit: Steven Sunshine | GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt on stage at North Shore-LIJ Health System in Lake Success during a press conference today to announce the plan by the hospital system to replace all existing diagnostic imaging equipment with low-dose CT Scanners made by GE. Michael J. Dowling, President and CEO of North Shore LIJ is seen alongside him. (June 21, 2012)
A multimillion-dollar upgrade to CT scanners at 10 North Shore-LIJ facilities will cut patients' exposure to harmful radiation while improving image quality, officials with the Long Island health care network said Thursday.
"This is about safety and this is about quality," said Michael Dowling, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System's president and chief executive, at a news conference...
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