Clinical Command Centers, GE Healthcare
Terry leads the GE Healthcare Clinical Command Centers group, which deploys technology that uses artificial intelligence, algorithms and predictive analytics to harness data from daily hospital operations to better allocate lifesaving resources. The business has evolved into 13 command centers that support nearly 600 hospitals, plus 140 hospitals with virtual command centers. Users range from single intensive-care units to state-wide hospital systems that rely on the centers to enhance outcomes, re-engineer care delivery and facilitate transitions in real time. To date, the largest use of command center technology is taking place across the state of Oregon. Working with the Oregon Health & Science University, Terry’s team developed a first-of-its-kind management system that provides near-real time data about available beds and location of expert staff.