Huntsville Hospital Upgrades its EMR

June 24, 2011
Huntsville Hospital (Huntsville, Ala.), a not-for-profit facility with 881 licensed acute care beds, has implemented version 6.1 of GE's Centricity

Huntsville Hospital (Huntsville, Ala.), a not-for-profit facility with 881 licensed acute care beds, has implemented version 6.1 of GE's Centricity Enterprise Solution in an effort to integrate patients’ clinical information into one electronic record.

According to United Kingdom-based GE, its solution unites financial, administrative, and clinical data to enable healthcare organizations to create and maintain patient records.

For example, touts GE, one component of Huntsville's solution – Extensive integration with ancillary systems — enables any clinician with appropriate security to access not only textural results, but also to link directly to PACS images, document images, EKG strips, and ancillary procedural reports.

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