General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) – GE Healthcare Life Sciences and GE Lighting make new announcements

Boston, MA 10/01/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The GE Healthcare Life Sciences department has made an announcement of achieving important accreditation to improve The Joint Commission’s Health Care and the GE Lighting division has taken innovative  steps to run business efficiently at Riddle’s Jewelry by sealing a deal to employ new age LED lights in Riddle’s store, on September 30, 2013.

Accredited Radiopharmacy division

The Radiopharmacy Services department of GE Healthcare Life Sciences has publicized that their prestigious division has bagged accreditation from The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval by complying with the Joint Commission’s national standards for health care standards and security. It now has a network of thirty one accredited Radiopharmacies for the purpose of running the Home Care programs of The Joint Commission. This accreditation is going to mobilize the pharmacy dispensing services in conformance to the The Joint Commission’s standards.

Rich DeVeau, General Manager, Pharmacy Operations, GE Healthcare Life Sciences has reinforced this accreditation thus gaining rights to take his organization one step above in providing uninhibited heath care on-demand. This move is set to increase revenues in pharmacy division of GE Healthcare Life Sciences. In order to achieve this feat, a team of expert surveyors from The Joint Commission was put together to analyze  and evaluate the capability of the Radiopharmacy Services division combined with a survey across its 31 websites. Margherita Labson, R.N., Executive Director, Home Care Accreditation, The Joint Commission has openly recommended GE Healthcare to other hospitality industries in order to enhance their quality service.

New LED lights at Riddle’s are energy efficient

Riddle’s Jewelry store has contracted GE Lighting to provide them with LED replacement lamps that energy saving. These bulbs are stated to save around 20% to 25% the annual cost of lighting for the Jewelry store. Dan Casanova, vice president of Riddle’s also revealed that cost cutting is just one aspect of approving the deal. The other reason is that their diamonds and jewelry shone better with these lights.

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