GE Healthcare provides global eHealth solutions and services to healthcare providers, health insurances and governmental agencies. These solutions aim at simplifying the collection and exchange of data among a large variety of legacy clinical systems, including imaging products like RIS, PACS, HIS, EMR, as well as laboratories, pharmacies and other devices involved in diagnostic or patient monitoring.
By facilitating the access to complete patient data across multiple locations and systems, eHealth solutions provide a step further towards evidence-based medicine, which will result in enhanced quality of care, improved productivity, and reduction of costs and medical errors.
All of GE Healthcare’s connectivity technologies rely on full implementations of the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) international standards such as cross enterprise document sharing (XDS), DICOM and HL7, in order to collect and aggregate patient data produced by various modalities, from hospitals and hospital networks up to regional projects.
Centricity Radiology – boundaryless patient information sharing
Enhancing the quality of patient care and addressing the needs of IT professionals, GE Healthcare’s latest imaging solution – the XDS-enabled Centricity Enterprise Archive – made its European debut in 2010. It simplifies the archiving of ‘multi-ology’ images, huge datasets, diagnostic reports, and other clinical information, delivering a universal repository.
The unified, standards-based architecture that is delivered with the new archive technology, combined with support for IHE-XDS/XDSi and an intuitive, web-based viewer, enables healthcare organisations to realise their vision of multi-disciplinary information exchange. Even more, via one consolidated IT-infrastructure, enterprise-wide information archiving is supported across multiple vendors’ applications.
The increased use of digital mammography calls for an efficient solution to handle post-acquisition workflow. Centricity Mammography provides you with user flexibility, multi-faceted collaboration and clinical data integrity. High-performance viewing tools are easily accessible with a click of your mouse and the user interface is ergonomically designed to simplify navigation and improve your viewing comfort.
The Centricity Mammography and RIS/PACS integrate seamlessly to ensure high performance and quality driven workflow.
Centricity Cardiology – advanced data management
GE Healthcare’s commitment to interoperability can also be seen in its cardiology IT solutions. Together with RIS/PACS the system meets the cardiologist’s demand for advanced data management and PACS capabilities within a common infrastructure for cardiology and radiology.
Centricity CA1000 and AW-Suite is a successful combination of review possibilities and state-of-the-art 3D analysis tools. The current version of Centricity Carddas is based on .NET technology and offers a comprehensive set of features to streamline the department’s workflow.
Centricity clinical information systems – surveillance, care and treatment in intensive care units
GE Healthcare’s new solution for information management in ICU departments, the Centricity clinical notification system (CNS), notifies the clinicians whenever a programmed event occurs. CNS allows the definition of conditions based on any combination of relevant patient data, e.g. from the different connected devices. The conditions of notifications can be related to clinical events, protocols or data completeness, e.g. if a patient’s blood haemoglobin level is out of the user’s set goal.
The purpose of this technological breakthrough is to help clinicians when evaluating the patient’s health condition by automatically searching available data from the Centricity database. CNS then compares the results to user-defined rules and identifies potentially relevant clinical events by bringing them to the user’s attention. Accordingly, ICU staff can check the clinical significance of the notification and follow up on eventually required actions before the situation becomes critical for the patient.
GE Healthcare IT, a division of General Electric Company, has announced an agreement with Euromedic Diagnostics that will implement web-based PACS solutions in their Poland and Hungary-based healthcare institutions. The installations are underway, with plans to outfit 17 Polish and 11 Hungarian s
At the European Society of Radiology Congress (ECR), GE Healthcare presented its global vision of imaging and data exchange that encompasses solutions and services enabling you to report workflow, and distribute images and clinical information, across multiple hospitals or regions. Imaging and da
For the first time since announcing their worldwide cooperation agreement in the summer of 2009, partners GE Healthcare and InterComponentWare (CW) will present their integrated products in Europe at a joint booth at the World of Healthcare IT (WoHIT) in Barcelona. The two companies coo
At the end of 2009 GE Healthcare launched a new global business unit chartered at providing advanced eHealth solutions and services to healthcare providers, health insurances and governmental agencies. These solutions aim to simplify the collection and exchange of data among a large variety of le
GE Healthcare is bringing to market a global vision of eHealth that encompasses solutions and services enabling the exchange, sharing, workflow and distribution of images and clinical information across multiple hospitals, regions or nations. The goal is to connect patients, physicians, care prov
The HUS Helsinki Medical Imaging Center and GE Healthcare IT have announced that they have signed a significant contract to implement the digital picture archiving and communication system, Centricity PACS. The hospital district of Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS) is the largest hospital district in Fi
The term 'eHealth' is used everywhere today. However, a generic definition of this phrase is missing. GE Healthcare refers to eHealth as the total healthcare IT infrastructure that connects and adds value to the healthcare delivery system across multiple hospitals or a region, including physician
In no other care area do patients need such dedicated surveillance, care and treatment than in intensive care units (ICUs). Medical staff working in this care environment have to fulfil special requirements in order to be prepared for all eventualities. Only one error can make a big difference to
GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Company, and TomTec Imaging Systems, a worldwide leader in 2D/3D/4D imaging and quantification technologies, have entered into a formal strategic cooperation contract to boost their excellence in echocardiography. This new cooperation is des
GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Company, and global eHealth specialist InterComponentWare (ICW) have announced that the companies have signed a strategic agreement to integrate and co-develop their health information exchange (HIE) solutions. Through this relationship, G
A customer interview with Dr Glennon, Walsgrave Hospital, about GE Healthcare’s Centricity Cardiology IT solution. 1. The Walsgrave hospital has successfully implemented a Centricity Cardiology IT solution. What were the key considerations behind this development? The k
Short distances in hospital information exchange help to reduce time for examinations and get fast diagnoses. Therefore, integrated radiology information and picture archiving communication systems (RIS/PACS) are key in modern healthcare. The University Hospital in Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) has imp
Stepping in to support Europe’s commitment to strengthen e-Healthcare delivery and virtual imaging, GE Healthcare has rolled out a series of IT solutions, which are currently on display at the European Congress of Radiology, the premier radiology exhibition in Europe. The latest techno
Fast and easy Web-access to advanced post processing and clinical tools with Centricity Advanced Web and PACS-IW Clinical consulting, tele-reporting and live monitoring in one single tool Dubai, UAE, 26 January 2009 – At this year’s Arab Health, GE Healthcare show
Dubai, UAE, 26 January 2009 - GE Healthcare IT is pleased to present version 7.0 of the Clinical Information System Centricity Critical Care at this year’s Arab Health. This new release includes more than 100 additional features as well as many enhancements. It offers a new interactive interface,
Dubai, UAE, 26 January 2009 – GE Healthcare recently unveiled its 'digital day one' initiative aimed at enhancing a hospital’s performance from the first day of operation. Aspetar, the Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, is the first and only Sports Medicine Hospital in Doha. It aims
GE Healthcare IT presents the new solution for image and information management with ultra-fast web image distribution, based on the patented ‘pixel-on-demand’ technology, at this year’s MEDICA. With Centricity Advanced Web, RIS/PACS fulfils the high expectations of clinicians and referrers towar
GE Healthcare IT launches the Centricity Critical Care clinical information system version 7.0 at this year’s MEDICA. This release brings more than 100 of the latest features to new and existing customers, in addition to many enhancements that complement its current capabilities. The t
GE Healthcare IT will be at Medica 2008 in hall ten, booth A56. Centricity Radiology GE Healthcare IT will showcase Centricity RIS / PACS with RIS 4.2. The new version RIS 4.2 comes with a set of advanced features, such as, image in report (w/RA1000), shared workflow, i
GE Healthcare, the US $17 billion healthcare business of global technology, media and financial services company, General Electric Company (GE), announced that its cardiovascular IT solutions (CVIS) product line Centricity Carddas Xi² will be awarded by Frost & Sullivan with the 2008 Product
GE Healthcare, the US$17 billion healthcare business of General Electric Company (GE), showcases at the Italian Congress of Radiology (Società Italiana di Radiologia Medica) in Rome, Italy, its newest release of Centricity RIS/PACS (Radiology Information System/Picture Archiving and Communication
Digital data management and hospital-wide access to medical images of any type (DICOM; Non-DICOM) is a common standard in many hospitals today. Unfortunately, the major issue for clinical users is that on the one hand they have to deal with different information systems, depending on the informat
GE Healthcare, the US$17 billion healthcare business of global technology, media and financial services company, General Electric Company (GE), presented its newest release of the Centricity Cardiology product line (CVIT – Cardiovascular Information Technologies), Centricity Carddas 3.0, at the A
GE Healthcare, one of the world's leading medical imaging, healthcare services and information technology companies, showcased a wider range of enterprise-wide solutions at the Saudi e-Health Conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from March 17 to 19 at the King Faisal Hall, Intercontinental Hotel
GE Healthcare, the US$17 billion healthcare business of General Electric Company (GE), showcased at the European Congress of Radiology in Vienna, Austria, its newest release of Centricity RIS/PACS (Radiology Information System/Picture Archiving and Communication System) with advanced clinical app
New Class I Medical Devices Set the Trend For Higher Safety And Quality Standards For Medical Software Solutions GE Healthcare, the US$17 billion healthcare business of global technology, media and financial services company, General Electric company (GE), today announced that it
At this year's Arab Health, GE Healthcare's Integrated IT Solutions (IITS) business showcased its Centricity Information System suite designed to manage effective clinical and administrative workflow throughout the healthcare enterprise. The need for enterprise-wide IT solutions is pla
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