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GE Centricity Enterprise Release Amps Up MU Capability

July 20, 2010
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GE Healthcare IT, based in Barrington, Ill., announced the availability of its Meaningful Use (MU)-ready software release for Centricity Enterprise—the integrated cross-continuum clinical, financial, and administrative software solution for hospitals.

Centricity Enterprise 6.9 is designed to support organizations that require an integrated inpatient and ambulatory software solution on a single platform and wish to demonstrate inpatient and ambulatory meaningful use. The solution includes embedded content and workflows to enable more rapid clinician adoption and pre-configured CPOE workflows with embedded decision support, all on a single integrated platform crossing the healthcare continuum.

The release includes many enhancements to CPOE and order workflow, configurable patient and assignment views, ePrescribing, eligibility/formulary checking and new applications such as a Registries module to support quality measures and automated building of discharge instructions based on diagnosis, meds, problems and allergies to name a few.


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