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GE Healthcare Partners Up with IntrinsiQ

June 4, 2007
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GE Healthcare has collaborated with IntrinsiQ, a provider of cancer care software solutions, in order to connect a cancer patient's team of clinicians by providing oncology clinical information within that patient's electronic medical record (EMR).

According to IntrinsiQ (Waltham, Mass.), its IntelliDose software automates the process of chemotherapy order entry and minimizes the potential for error by producing complete and electronically checked orders. Interfacing these capabilities with GE's Centricity Electronic Medical Record solution will provide users with information about patients undergoing chemotherapy, including drug administration records and nurse notes, says the software company.

GE Healthcare, a provider of clinical, financial and administrative information technology solutions, is based in Waukesha, Wis.

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