You could tailor your EMR experience to enable
critical & complex workflows?
- What if your EMR could display cardiac ablation
- What if you could annotate on a fetal strip and
in the EMR at the same time?
- What if you could increase adherence to
antibiotic protocols while viewing EMR data?1
- What if you could access 3D images, including
the patients’ prior images, from your EMR while examining a trauma patient in
- What if you could seamlessly share patient data
with the EMR to implement efficient billing workflows that help optimize
EMR Integration Workflow Solutions from GE Healthcare enable you to quickly
access the patient information you need in critical and complex care areas to help you enhance patient care, increase clinician productivity,
and optimize financial performance.
We understand that an Electronic Medical Record may be an important
part of your IT strategy. We also understand that you can’t afford to trade off
the robust functionality needed in care areas like perinatal, perioperative, cardiology,
and imaging. Now you don’t have to. You can have both: your
enterprise EMR and advanced functionality in your care areas. No tradeoff.
By linking clinical data and IT processes with your organization’s
choice of EMR, we can help you speed access to patient information, and reduce costly,
inefficient rework and extra steps. As an example, a Health Affairs2 study indicates the potential to save nearly
$90 per person per year by avoiding unnecessary testing and administrative
costs associated with testing.
With GE Healthcare’s EMR Integration Workflows Solutions, the information you
need is available when you need it, enabling you to spend less time looking for
information and more time caring for your patients.
For more information, we welcome you to contact us at email@example.com
1 Gagliardi, Anna R et al. “Factors influencing antibiotic prophylaxis for surgical site infection prevention in general surgery: a review of the literature.” Canadian Journal of Surgery, 2009.
Jan Walker, Eric Pan, Douglas Johnston, Julia Adler-Millstein, David W. Bates
and Blackford Middleton, The Value of Health Care Information Exchange And
Interoperability, Health Affairs