News | May 18, 2008

GE Rated Best in Show for PACS

May 19, 2008 – GE’s Centricity PACS-IW (formerly Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb PACS) products have been ranked No. 1 by KLAS in their annual PACS-Acute Care report, which ranked the top twelve PACS vendors and surveyed over 600 hospitals with 200 or more beds on current vendor performance and trends in the PACS market.

Centricity PACS-IW was the only vendor to receive a perfect score in the evaluated business indicators, including completion of contract, implementation within budget, desire to recommend peer and overall ranking compared to peers.

Also, for the eighth consecutive quarter, MD Buyline ranked Centricity PACS-IW number one in its latest Full Intelligence Report for PACS (April 2008). The solution achieved the highest overall user satisfaction composite rating and also led in six out of seven evaluated categories: systems performance; system reliability; installation and implementation; applications training; service and support; and product flexibility; and in the seventh category of integration, ranked second. MD Buyline has a member network of more than 3,200 hospitals.

Centricity PACS-IW is a standards-based, single user interface, Web-based PACS for new and replacement PACS. Unlimited volume-based licensing with either turnkey or software-only deployment reportedly enables users to maximize access using a cost-effective, highly scalable model. Access from any Internet connection is completely portable with a personalized user experience tailored to the user ID without limitation to viewer tools (e.g., 3D, MIP/MPR) or capabilities of the active study list.

For more information; www.gehealthcare.com

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