News | June 19, 2008

Moses Cone Health System Goes Live With GE Centricity Enterprise

June 20, 2008 – GE Healthcare IT said today Moses Cone Health System, a five-hospital system based in North Carolina, went live on the latest version 6.1 of GE’s Centricity Enterprise Solution.

“We selected Centricity Enterprise to provide an end-to-end continuum across our portfolio of GE products,” said John Jenkins, vice president and chief information officer, Moses Cone Health System. “Timely success could not have been achieved without our strong partnership with GE Healthcare, ensuring the success at every step in this journey.”

Building on an existing Centricity portfolio, Moses Cone also went live on a co-developed nursing application, called Clinician Assessment and Noting, aimed to streamline documentation process and help standardize best practices. The solution provides a workflow-centric approach to documenting a patient assessment, including structured data entry and free text and the ability to enter patient data from across the Centricity Enterprise system.

Additionally, the latest version of Centricity Enterprise will prepare Moses Cone for future deployment of advanced functionality, including bar-code medication administration and computerized physician order entry.

Moses Cone Health System, based in Greensboro, NC, is a multi-hospital system with a range of outpatient services designed to provide care for Piedmont residents living in Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham and Alamance counties and the city of Kernersville. More than 7,400 employees work throughout The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, Wesley Long Community Hospital, The Women’s Hospital of Greensboro, Annie Penn Hospital, The Behavioral Health Center and outpatient services.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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