Technology | October 20, 2011

GE Healthcare Highlights New RIS/PACS Technology at RSNA 2011

GE Healthcare’s Centricity radiology information systems (RIS) and picture archive and communications system (PACS) solutions help customers succeed as a business on all levels. From helping patients live healthier lives, to contributing to more efficient and effective customer care, to bringing together disparate patient and image data areas through improved IT integration, GE Healthcare’s innovative, integrated solutions are helping to solve the world’s toughest healthcare challenges for our customers.

The Centricity RIS/PACS portfolio currently enables the interpretation of more than 150 million global imaging examinations. While at RSNA, GE Healthcare solutions will feature significant enhancements to their core RIS/PACS solutions as well as the following: Centricity Enterprise Archive for the centralize management of images from all departments; Centricity Imaging Analytics Real-Time Dashboard for the helping to tracking metrics that can drive improved business productivity; and anytime, anywhere mobile image and report access through Centricity Radiology Mobile Access.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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