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Community Health Solution


Our innovation is combining tools for comprehensive care delivery, financial management, population health, patient engagement, analytics, and connectivity into a single solution specifically for CHCs.

Reimagine How Technology Can Improve Community Health

With the mission to deliver high-quality, low-cost care to our most vulnerable, underserved populations, Community Health Centers (CHCs) are leading the transformation to value-based care. CHCs are experiencing rapid growth in patient population but are severely constrained by IT systems that weren't designed to meet the demands of complex clinical decision making, ever-growing documentation requirements, emerging medical trends, and evolving care delivery and payment models. GE Healthcare is increasing its focus on this very important issue.

Collaborating with best practice CHCs, GE Healthcare is designing a flexible new solution specifically for CHCs. Our innovation is combining tools for comprehensive care delivery, financial management, population health, patient engagement, analytics, and connectivity into a single solution.


Enhance care quality Enhance Care Quality
Integrated care delivery tools and clinical decision support help your teams deliver more informed care, coordinate it across care settings, and continuously improve.

Increase provider efficiency Increase Provider Efficiency
Document thoroughly at remarkable speed with CHC-specific content, simplified data entry, seamless integration of external data and optimized workflows.

 

Increase provider efficiency Strengthen Financial Performance
Effectively fund your mission by optimizing payments from multiple revenue streams, reducing cycle time and simplifying reporting with easy aggregate data capture.

 

Value-based careContinue to Trail Blaze the Transition to Value-Based Care
Streamline existing processes and leverage cutting-edge tools to manage population health, increase patient access, coordinate and integrate care across settings, reduce cost, and improve quality of care and financial performance.

JOIN THE JOURNEY

We are building on the strengths of Centricity™ Practice Solution and will continue the evolution to a fully integrated, interoperable and intelligent cloud-based software solution. A single, comprehensive solution available only from GE that puts patients back where they belong - at the center of care.

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Population Health That Helps You Efficiently Deliver Care to Those Who Need It Most

Value-Based Care Analytics that help you focus time and resources where they benefit your community the most

How can Value-Based Care Analytics help you enhance care quality, reduce total medical expense, and fund your mission?

As a community health center, you are focused on delivering the highest quality care at the lowest cost to the underserved people of your community. But without sophisticated tools to track your performance, it’s difficult to validate how well you’re closing care gaps, if your staff is excelling, and if you’re getting paid appropriately.

The comprehensive and sophisticated Value-Based Care Analytics component within our CHC solution transforms EMR data and claims-based data into insights you can use to make sure you’re achieving your goals. With areas specific to performance, utilization, patients, risk, and operations, you can easily identify patients who need care, providers who may need help, and business areas in need of intervention. 

Analytics Benefits 
Drive staff performance – Provider performance area provides insight on HEDIS, PCMH, and UDS so you can identify and coach those who need help earning incentives.

Reduce total medical expense – Areas to visualize variability in cost and utilization help you avoid unnecessary medical expenses. 

Prioritize care – Unified patient registry lets you ensure patients who need the most, get the most.

Facilitate patient visits – Pre-visit planner helps the care team see care gaps before the patient appointment so you can optimize the visit. 

Accurately convey patient risk – Open risk indicator visualizes suspected documentation gaps, helping practices ensure claims convey patient risk to payers so you can more effectively fund your mission.

Minimize workflow inefficiency – Optional optimization services leveraging day in the life views of provider and staff activities track EMR usage and signal where workflow adjustments are needed.

 
 

Features

  • Increased accuracy of risk premiums $12  pmpm1

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Cost and Limitations

Costs and Limitations for Centricity Practice Solution and Centricity EMR:

There will be one-time costs to support installation and implementation of certified capabilities for all new customers. These costs will be based on several factors, including the use of virtual vs. physical workstations executing the application; the level of support provided by local IT vs. utilization of GE Services; and the type and quantity of external interfaces to third-party systems, and clinical Registries. These details and specifics will be included in each individual customer's contractual agreement with GE. Additionally, annual support and maintenance costs will apply, and are based on each individual customer's contractual agreement with GE, and will vary based on the number of users and complexity of the installation (e.g. number of databases).

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Centricity Practice Solution v12.3 EHR Module is ONC 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by Drummond Group in accordance with the applicable certification criteria on October 16th, 2017 for:

2015 Edition Modules: 170.315 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-6, 9); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9, 11); (e)(1-3); (f)(1,2); (g)(2-9); (h)(1)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v6; 22v5; 68v6; 69v5; 122v5; 124v5; 125v5; 127v5; 130v5; 131v5; 137v5; 138v5; 139v5; 147v6; 149v5; 156v5; 159v5; 165v5; 166v6

Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE
Centricity Patient Portal or Medfusion Patient Portal or ezAccess Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.X, MedAllies HISP and Surescripts HISP
Certificate Number: 15.04.04.2902.Cent.12.0.1.171016

Centricity EMR v9.12 is ONC 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by Drummond Group in accordance with the applicable certification criteria on October 16th, 2017 for:

2015 Edition Modules: 170.315 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-6, 9); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9, 11); (e)(1-3); (f)(1,2); (g)(2-9); (h)(1)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v6; 22v5; 68v6; 69v5; 122v5; 124v5; 125v5; 127v5; 130v5; 131v5; 137v5; 138v5; 139v5; 147v6; 149v5; 156v5; 159v5; 165v5; 166v6
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE
Centricity Patient Portal or GE Centricity Patient Online Portal or Medfusion Patient Portal or ezAccess Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.X, MedAllies HISP and Surescripts HISP
Certificate Number: 15.04.04.2902.Cent.91.0.1.171016

Centricity Practice Solution v12.2 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on July 7th, 2016 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v2; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 158v3; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE
Centricity Patient Portal or Medfusion Patient Portal or ezAccess Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number if using Centricity Patient Portal: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.GE.1.1.160707
Certificate Number if using Medfusion Patient Portal: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.ME.1.1.160707
Certificate Number if using ezAccess Patient Portal: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.EZ.1.1.160707

Centricity Practice Solution v12.2 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on July 7th, 2016 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(2); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v2; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 158v3; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.MO.1.1.160707

Centricity EMR v9.10 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on July 7th, 2016 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v2; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 158v3; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing,
GE Centricity Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0, GE Patient On Line, GE Secure
Messenger for POL‐CEMR
Certificate Number: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.CO.1.1.160707

Centricity EMR v9.10 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on July 7th, 2016 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(2); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v2; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 158v3; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, Qvera
Interface Engine 2.0, GE Secure Messenger for POL‐CEMR
Certificate Number: 14.04.04.1511.Cent.MD.1.1.160707

Centricity Practice Solution v12.1 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on November 21st, 2014 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 65v2; 68v2; 69v1; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE Centricity Patient Portal or Medfusion Patient Portal or ezAccess Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number if using Centricity Patient Portal: 11212014‐2609‐5
Certificate Number if using Medfusion Patient Portal: 11212014‐2610‐5
Certificate Number if using ezAccess Patient Portal: 11212014‐2608‐5

Centricity Practice Solution v12.1 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on November 21st, 2014 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(2); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 65v2; 68v2; 69v1; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 182v1Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number: 11212014‐2611‐5

Centricity EMR v9.9 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on November 21st, 2014 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 65v2; 68v2; 69v1; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE Centricity Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0, GE Patient On Line, GE Secure Messenger for POL‐CEMR
Certificate Number: 11212014‐2612‐5

Centricity EMR v9.9 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on November 21st, 2014 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(2); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 22v1; 50v1; 56v1; 61v2; 65v2; 68v2; 69v1; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v1; 136v2; 138v1; 139v1; 142v1; 144v1; 146v1; 147v1; 148v1; 153v1; 154v1; 155v1; 156v1; 160v1; 163v1; 164v1; 165v1; 166v2; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0, GE Secure Messenger for POL‐CEMR
Certificate Number: 11212014‐2613‐5

Centricity Practice Solution v12.0 Revision 4 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on December 30th, 2015 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v2; 56v2; 61v3; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v3; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v2; 136v3; 138v1; 139v1; 142v2; 144v2; 145v3; 146v2; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v2; 154v2; 155v1; 156v2; 158v3; 160v2; 163v1; 164v2; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE Centricity Patient Portal or Medfusion Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number if using Centricity Patient Portal: 12302015-4983-5
Certificate Number if using Medfusion Patient Portal: 12302015-4984-5

Centricity Practice Solution v12.0 - Previous Certifications for Complete Ambulatory EHR:

Centricity Practice Solution v12.0 Revision 4 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on December 30th, 2015 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(2); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v2; 56v2; 61v3; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v3; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v2; 136v3; 138v1; 139v1; 142v2; 144v2; 145v3; 146v2; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v2; 154v2; 155v1; 156v2; 158v3; 160v2; 163v1; 164v2; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number: 12302015-4982-5

Centricity Practice Solution v12.0 - Previous Certifications for Modular Ambulatory EHR:


Centricity EMR v9.8 Revision 4 was certified as a Complete EHR for Ambulatory on December 30th, 2015 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v2; 56v2; 61v3; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v3; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v2; 136v3; 138v1; 139v1; 142v2; 144v2; 145v3; 146v2; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v2; 154v2; 155v1; 156v2; 158v3; 160v2; 163v1; 164v2; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE Centricity Patient Portal, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0, GE Patient On Line, GE Secure Messenger for POL-CEMR
Certificate Number: 1230205-4980-5

Centricity EMR v9.8 - Previous Certifications for Complete Ambulatory EHR:

Centricity EMR v9.8 Revision 4 was certified as a Modular EHR for Ambulatory on December 30th, 2015 for:

2014 Edition Modules: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures: 2v4; 22v1; 50v2; 56v2; 61v3; 64v4; 65v2; 66v3; 68v3; 69v1; 90v4; 117v1; 122v1; 123v1; 124v1; 125v1; 126v1; 127v1; 130v1; 131v1; 134v1; 135v2; 136v3; 138v1; 139v1; 142v2; 144v2; 145v3; 146v2; 147v1; 148v1; 149v3; 153v2; 154v2; 155v1; 156v2; 158v3; 160v2; 163v1; 164v2; 165v1; 166v2; 169v3; 182v1
Additional Software Used: GE Centricity Clinical Messaging, GE Centricity ePrescribing, GE Centricity Patient Portal, GE Patient Online, GE Secure Messenger for POL-CEMR, Qvera Interface Engine 2.0
Certificate Number: 12302015-4981-5

Centricity EMR v9.8 - Previous Certifications for Modular Ambulatory EHR:

These Health IT EHRs are 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services






  1. Average results for sample of 144 practices, with initiative periods ranging from 3-18 months based on project complexity.
  2. Quality performance of health system’s in-network primary care clinics vs. peers in CPCi program within Midwestern region. Improvement attributed to team-based care delivery model and population health capabilities.