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GE Unveils Web-based RIS/PACS Integrator

November 21, 2007
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GE Healthcare IT (Barrington, Ill.) has released Centricity OneView, a Web-based clinical information and workflow management system designed to connect multiple RIS and PACS solutions.

Centricity OneView will function as a single point of access for radiologists and technologists, connecting organizations to images, reports and status information regardless of the system from which they originated, according to GE.

The company says the product allows customers to leverage their existing technology while improving cross-enterprise workflow, and improves access to patient data by providing a global view of a patient's clinical data, digital images and diagnostic reports.



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