GE donates Web-based EMR to University of Texas program

Aug. 27, 2010

BARRINGTON, Ill. – Aug 26, 2010 – GE Healthcare is bringing today’s EMR technology to tomorrow’s practitioners by donating its latest platform to the University of Texas at Austin for educational use. The University’s Health Information Technology Summer Certificate Program just graduated its first class of 54 students at the end of July. These students used GE Centricity Advance software in the University’s newly created Health Information Technology Learning Laboratory in the Clinical Education Center University Medical Center Brackenridge. This innovative interdisciplinary medical education center is a member of the Seton Family of Hospitals. GE is one of six vendors that chose to donate software to the program.

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