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GE Centricity CPS

 

Customizable. Progressive. Interoperable.

Build the practice you always envisioned with Centricity Practice Solution from GE Healthcare, a customizable, interoperable and truly progressive electronic medical records and practice management system that:

  • Optimizes patient management 
     
  • Helps enhance outcomes for patients 
     
  • Is ready for regulatory and payment reform  
     
  • Manages Electronic Health Records

Best practices for patient management and administrative efficiency

Centricity Practice Solution is an integrated EHR / EMR and PM system backed by quality reporting metrics that enables data-driven decisions at the point of care – and is a certified solution for Meaningful Use and ICD-10 ready.

Exceptionally Customizable

Configurations that can be tailored to your practice's workflow to help enhance patient care.

Seamlessly Interoperable

The ability to connect with existing systems enables more coordinated, data-driven care.

Truly Progressive

Technologies like predictive search functionality and tools enable new care models

 

News Feeds

Bell to succeed Leavitt at CCH

The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology has named Karen Bell, MD, a former executive in the Office of the National Coordinator and an expert in improving health quality, as its chair, effective.

Survey shows growing appeal fo

Consumers exhibit more self-care when they have access to their health information through personal health records, according to a new survey on consumers and health IT.

Online platform could boost vi

The U.S. Department of Labor is accepting applications for $13.2 million in grant funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to create and implement an online platform that will boost access to healthcare career opportunities, including occupations such as medical records and health information technicians.

New York hospital transforms T

The Children's Hospital at Montefiore will deploy new technology to provide interactive patient care throughout the 130-bed facility.

CHIME raises concerns about EH

CHIME, an organization that represents 1,400 healthcare CIOs, is calling for a rapid analysis of existing electronic health record certification programs, saying: "Above all else providers need a stable marketplace.