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GE HealthCare closes MIM Software deal

April 03, 2024
by John R. Fischer, Senior Reporter
GE HealthCare has completed its acquisition of MIM Software, integrating its advanced quantitative imaging analytics and workflow software across its portfolio of care divisions.

Founded in 2003, MIM Software is headquartered in Cleveland, and the company has additional offices in China and Belgium. Its vendor-agnostic software is used by imaging centers and hospitals to integrate diagnostic images from multiple different modalities into treatment planning. Its solutions include MIM SurePlan for radiology and nuclear medicine; MIM Symphony for urology; MIM Maestro for radiation oncology; and MIM Encore, also for radiology and nuclear medicine, among other innovations.

“As part of GE HealthCare, we look forward to expanding the development of advanced digital solutions and addressing complex needs today and in the future,” said Andy Nelson, CEO of MIM Software at GE HealthCare, in a statement.

GE HealthCare will continue to expand MIM Software’s offerings for end-to-end standardization across large healthcare system fleets. The solution automates repetitive tasks, eliminating manual intervention, and adds quantitation and advanced processing to image assessments and workflows for several disciplines: