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GE Medical buys service provider, sets up online equipment support

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GE Medical Systems announced last week that it has completed its acquisition of OneSource Services. OneSource, founded in 1997, provides clinical services to healthcare facilities’ in-house, multivendor, and OEM service organizations, and has

GE Medical Systems announced last week that it has completed its acquisition of OneSource Services. OneSource, founded in 1997, provides clinical services to healthcare facilities’ in-house, multivendor, and OEM service organizations, and has particular expertise in laser equipment.

OneSource operations will align with GE Clinical Services, a GE subsidiary headquartered in Brentwood, TN. GE Clinical Services provides comprehensive biomedical service to healthcare providers throughout the U.S.

GEMS also announced a new Internet-based program, Direct Services, to support hospital equipment maintenance and repair. Direct Services offers healthcare providers and third-party providers a Web-based venue to search for and purchase GE and non-GE parts, tubes, and probes online; view service documentation; and access training information.

Other features will be introduced later this year. Customers can view a demonstration of the program at www.mydirectservices.com/ds. The Web site was created for healthcare providers that directly maintain biomedical and imaging equipment.

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