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Indianapolis Hospital Goes Live on Centricity Enterprise

September 24, 2009
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Community Hospital South (Indianapolis) has gone live with GE Healthcare’s (Barrington, Ill.) Centricity Enterprise 6.1 and Monitored Care, an integrated clinical, financial and administrative solution that the company says enables it to integrate clinical and medical device data into the EMR.

The company says GE Healthcare Centricity Enterprise will automate key clinical processes for lab orders, test results, pharmacy and care documentation with administrative, financial and billing processes throughout the electronic record system. The Centricity EMR has been in place at the hospital since 2002.

Community Hospital South is a 200-bedm licensed acute care facility serving south-central Indiana and is part of the Indianapolis-based Community Health Network.



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