Screening Phase

Offering advanced technologies, such as Digital Breast Tomosynthesis, Molecular Breast Imaging and Invenia™ ABUS, to supplement traditional mammography screening may help improve cancer detection in patients with elevated risks or complicating factors. Having an adaptable mix of advanced technologies can help enable your efforts to obtain the information needed to confidently assess each patient.

Screening Phase

Breast Health Advantage

GE Breast Health Advantage

It’s not easy. The competition for patients and physicians is fierce. The reimbursement landscape is shifting. Technology continues to evolve and improve, but where it best fits in the care pathway is not always clear. The Patient Protection and Accountable Care Act is providing coverage to an estimated incremental 746,000 women for important screenings by 20191, yet the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends reductions in the frequency of screening. And, nearly half of all women could have elevated risks or complicating factors2,3 that may require a screening and diagnostic personalized approach.

In addition to managing these market challenges, you may want to focus on lowering recall rates, shortening times from screening to diagnosis, and gaining important insights that will help inform treatment decisions for each woman. In today’s cost-constrained environment, it’s important to ensure your investments in strengthening and expanding your capabilities pay off for your facility, and work hard for your patients. That’s why it’s critical to have a trusted, committed team to help you deliver the care your patients need — and to help you meet your financial and operational objectives.

That’s why we offer the GE Breast Health Advantage.



1 Banjo, Solomon. The Advisory Board Company. Imaging Performance Partnership. (2014). Breast Imaging Update: Current Market Outlook and Update on Digital Breast Tomosynthesis.

2 Tabár L, et al. (2011). Swedish Two County Trial: Impact of Mammographic. 260: 658 63.

3 American Cancer Society. (2015) Cancer Facts & Figures 2015.