Session: Create a world where healthcare has no limits
Most of us have experienced healthcare in one way or another. It could be the preventive care, medical diagnoses, critical care, healthcare monitoring we have received, and/or the healthcare provided to people we care about.
At GE HealthCare, we see possibilities through innovation in advances in technology such as Artificial Intelligence to help medical providers and the patients they care for in the moments that matter. Come join us to learn about examples of roles in MedTech that have a positive impact on the future of healthcare. We'll also share how others have transitioned to the healthcare and medical technology to work with a sense of greater purpose.
With 75% of employees in US hospitals being women, according to 2022 BLS statistics, more women are needed to play a vital role in the development of innovative technology in the healthcare setting and beyond. We can create improvements in healthcare that directly impact us with few boundaries to the global impact of innovation.
Please join us to learn more - this could be an exciting career move that could positively impact your life and the lives of others.
- Learn what Medtech is all about
- Get inspired by women working in roles that contribute to the future of healthcare
- Learn how transitioning to Medtech from another industry can help you find purpose in your career.
Garima Mathur brings over 20 years of MedTech experience. She Leads a product that is tasked to enable AI apps to integrate seamlessly with a customer’s infrastructure and provide organized information for better clinical outcomes. She has held a number of roles in medical technology from Six Sigma Black Belt to Business Transformation Manager. In her current role, Garima is Director Product Management at GE HealthCare.
Manali Patnaik is a Senior Product Manager and transitioned to healthcare Med Tech about two years ago. She has more than 8 years experience with previous roles at GE from System Analyst in Aviation to an auditor role with the GE corporate audit staff. She transitioned to MedTech about two years ago.
Graciela Perez (Grace) has held digitally focused roles at Chevron, Microsoft, and GE. She brings over 30 years of experience across industries, including Federal Compliance, Nuclear, Pharma, Biotech, Energy, Tech (Cloud), and Healthcare. Grace earned a Doctor of Science in Engineering with additional certifications in Data Science, Lean, and Human Operational Performance. Augmented reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have enabled her to drive digital transformation across industries and teams beyond basic IoT (connected devices) and she is dedicated to sharing her expertise to bring out the best in people globally. At GE Healthcare, Grace serves as VP, Chief Digital Program Officer and Executive Lean Leader where she leads a global team to execute a portfolio of MedTech related products.