GE Healthcare

Healthcare providers face a variety of clinical and financial challenges. The cost of care is increasing, patients are looking for easy access to their health records, and patient data and images are typically siloed and not easily accessible to clinicians. Quality of care suffers when healthcare professionals cannot easily capture, access, and share patient information.

GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ Clinical Archive (CCA)1 solution, built on Intel® architecture, provides interoperable imaging data access. A standards-based, vendor neutral archive (VNA) solution, CCA simplifies content management and distribution across the collaborative care network.

In Sharing Clinical Images to Help Improve Quality of Care, Aaron Hillman of GE Healthcare and Wendy Bohner of Intel Corp. contextualize the next-generation of capabilities that are coming to enhance the patient-centric Vendor Neutral Archive.

In the paper, Hillman and Bohner delve more deeply into:

  • Capturing and sharing clinical data from across the organization to build a truly unified patient record, helping to improve care, cut costs and maximize reimbursement
  • When it makes sense to separate imaging application software from the storage hardware it runs on, freeing your IT staff for mission-critical activities and boosting flexibility, scalability and data-storage resilience
  • Enbaling clinicians from every corner of your enterprise to digest, access and document clinical images and all related patient health information to allow them to lead rather than follow the transition of U.S. healthcare into a value-based care system

Download the whitepaper Sharing Clinical Images to Help Improve Quality of Care to learn more.

1. Centricity Clinical Archive includes the following product components: Centricity Enterprise Archive, Centricity Universal Viewer ZFP client, GE XDS Registry, Centricity Clinical Gateway, Audit Trail Repository, Media Manager, ICW Master Patient Index (MPI), and Lexmark PACS Scan. See the Centricity Clinical Archive Compatibility Matrix and product-specific documentation for requirements.