Technology | October 05, 2009

GE Healthcare Will Unveil Centricity OneView

October 5, 2009 - GE Healthcare will be unveiling at the RSNA 2009 annual meeting the latest offering within the Centricity OneView solution suite, Centricity OneView – Global Reading.

OneView- Global Reading creates a centralized, web-based radiology reading environment that allows hospitals to consolidate and balance workloads across the system. Fully utilizing the health system network’s radiologist capacity, it also leverages specialists regardless of their physical location. GE will also demonstrate Centricity OneView - Single Patient Jacket which leverages Smart Patient Matching to build a longitudinal patient record from data across disparate RIS and PACS. Designed to plug seamlessly into existing workflows, it allows radiologists to view images and access diagnostic results from prior studies with a single click.

Together, the Centricity OneView solution suite offers powerful, web-based information and workflow solutions that affordably bridge the gap between disparate legacy RIS and PACS systems. It enhances the clinical decision-making process through ease of collaboration, leading to greater satisfaction for radiologists and referring physicians, and better clinical outcomes for their patients.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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