Technology | June 29, 2006

Product Line Provides Improved Productivity, Enhancements to Meet Variety of Needs

GE is showcasing a number of its Centricity products, including Centricity Physician Office, Physician Office Mobile and PACS SE.
Centricity Physician Office - EMR is filled with decision-support tools for all primary care and specialty practices, including advanced functionality for pediatricians. The EMR enhancements consist of advanced medication management, including dosing calculators and medical monographs that are accessible at the point of care, advanced image management and growth charts.
Centricity Physician Office Mobile allows physicians to access and manage their patient lists and schedules and capture charges quickly from any location. Physicians can wirelessly sync or cradle their devices to connect with Centricity Physician Office. Charges captured on the device are automatically submitted, reducing the lag time between service delivery and charge posting.
Centricity PACS SE is positioned to meet the unique needs of small- to medium-size hospitals. The Centricity RA 1000 diagnostic workstation shows the latest radiologist toolset plus the AW Suite application. The CA 1000 demonstrates the Centricity enterprise-wide solution by combining radiology and cardiology information, information accessible in the same database, while providing cardiology specific tools. GEHC-IT will also be showing the latest in radiology department workflow improvement applications.

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