In the fall of 2014, GE Healthcare rolled out a new set of guiding principles – our beliefs – that shape the way we operate. Belief #1: Customers determine our success. This week at Centricity™ LIVE, our annual healthcare IT … Read more
About Sue Feury
Sue Feury is a Product Marketing Manager for the Americas for GE Healthcare IT focusing on Centricity Practice Solution, our integrated electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) platform, and Centricity EMR, our standalone EMR with strong standards-based interoperability.
Sue has 10 years of healthcare industry experience across a broad range of technologies. Prior to GE Healthcare, Sue held product marketing and product management positions at companies such as Ahura Scientific, Abiomed and, TransMedics. Sue’s products included portable ex-vivo perfusion systems for donor organ preservation, minimally-invasive heart pumps, and non-contact chemical analyzers. Prior to that, Sue was a process engineer at Biogen Idec and was responsible for the design, construction, and start-up of biopharmaceutical manufacturing equipment such as bioreactors, nutrient preparation systems, and filtration systems.
Sue earned her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, where she concentrated in marketing. Her earlier undergraduate and graduate studies at Dartmouth College and the Thayer School of Engineering focused on chemistry, chemical engineering, and engineering management.
Sue lives in Stoneham, MA, USA. She and her husband love to cook and often experiment with new cuisines. They are avid gardeners with a passion for heirloom tomatoes.
If your practice chooses to fly an EMR fighter jet and embrace change, you can find out. I had the pleasure of visiting one of our customers last month, Ortho Northeast. They are a high-performing independent orthopedic practice that received … Read more
Patients take first steps in healthcare cost containment – are you prepared for patient consumerism? An elderly woman I know was recently hospitalized and then discharged to a step-down facility. She’s in her 90s but has more energy and spunk … Read more
1 in 3 adults in the U.S. have some form of cardiovascular disease. This is a nationwide epidemic. Many will go on to suffer myocardial infarctions (heart attacks) and – assuming they survive – suffer some degree of compromised heart … Read more
Progressive functionality in the latest version of Centricity Practice Solution helps practices increase productivity and also prepare for regulatory change. Last spring, the CFO of a neurology practice gave me insights to her long term strategy. She said to me … Read more