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Oklahoma State University Medical Center Case Study

Case Study Published By: GE Healthcare
GE Healthcare
Published:  May 12, 2015
Type:  Case Study
Length:  4 pages

With remote access to patient images and measurement tools, cardiologists and cardiovascular clinicians can spend more time making critical diagnostic decisions and less time chasing data. Whether at the lab or at home, they can quickly retrieve and review patient images, consult with other physicians, and make informed clinical decisions and treatment.

Learn how Centricity Cardio Enterprise Solution1 has helped enhance the health of Oklahoma State University Medical Center by.

  • Reducing procedure time by up to 20 min/study2
  • Reducing length of stay3 by leveraging remote access to discharge patients prior to the weekend

1 Centricity Cardio Enterprise offering is comprised of Centricity Cardio Imaging and Centricity Cardio Workflow

2, 3 Oklahoma State University Medical Center (OSUMC) case study, August 2013. Results may vary and do not constitute a representation, warranty or performance guarantee.

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cardiovascular diagnostics, image quality, secure web-based data integration, remote access, information technology, practice management