GE Health Cloud delivers cloud-based healthcare-specific software “as-a-service” applications connect clinicians with images, data, analytics and peers to increase efficiency, effectiveness and collaboration across the entire healthcare enterprise.
The first subscription delivered on GE Health Cloud:
Centricity™ Imaging Collaboration Suite.
Centricity Imaging Collaboration Suite brings together four imaging collaboration apps helping make it easy for clinicians to share patient images, collaborate on clinical workflows, and communicate results.
Imaging Collaboration Suite brings together four imaging apps for one attractive price, in one easy-to-access location to help you drive better clinical collaboration across teams. Unlike single-use point solutions, Imaging Collaboration Suite gathers together imaging apps to ensure healthcare providers have the tools they need for collaborative care in one place.
Learn more about each app in the suite:
Centricity Case Exchange
Easily view, reply to, forward or download patient cases from your browser or mobile device. Imaging Collaboration Suite has easy-to-use case inbox and automation features for handling image request, sending and receiving responses, notifications and receipt confirmations.
Centricity Cloud Visualization
Provide the ability to share full fidelity 3-D images, anytime, from anywhere. As a result, clinical coordination will be fast, easy, and cost-effective.
Centricity Multi-Disciplinary Meeting
Run efficient multi-disciplinary team meetings. Schedule team meetings, customize the order of cases within the meeting, and send invitations to clinicians, all from within Imaging Collaboration Suite.
Centricity Image Access
Provide patient image access to non-affiliated physicians, with ability to query the system to find specific patient imaging data.
Leveraging the cloud, Centricity Imaging Collaboration Suite helps distributed care teams collaborate efficiently on patient cases: helping reduce foreign studies handling costs and time preparing for multi-disciplinary meetings. In addition multiple studies have demonstrated that image sharing technologies, like Imaging Collaboration Suite significantly decrease repeat imaging.
1. ACR estimates 15 to 25 USD per disc in 2014: http://www.acr.org/~/media/ACR/Documents/PDF/Advocacy/IT%20Reference%20Guide/IT%20Ref%20Guide%20Image%20Sharing.pdf
2 BMC Medicine 2007, “Multidisciplinary team meetings and their impact on workflow in radiology and pathology departments,” Bridget Kane, Saturnino Luz, D Sean O'Briain and Ronan McDermott
3. Image Sharing Technologies and Reduction of Imaging Utilization: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. J Am Coll Radiol. 2015 Dec. Joshua R. Vest, PhD, MPH, Hye-Young Jung, PhD, Aaron Ostrovsky, MPH, Lala Tanmoy Das, MS, Geraldine B. McGinty, MD, MBA