Intuitive perinatal software to help you deliver your best care to every mother and baby. From Labor & Delivery to the Nursery and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Centricity™ Perinatal is designed to help you manage information in ways that are more meaningful to you so you can interact with mothers in ways that are more meaningful to them.

Centricity Perinatal

Designed specifically for the perinatal suite, Centricity Perinatal helps elevate performance and drive quality outcomes across the departments. 

View a Centricity Perinatal product demonstration here

View a Centricity Perinatal Connect product demonstration here, to see how Centricity Perinatal Connect enables a new level of EMR workflow interoperability. 

 

 

 

 

Centricity Perinatal Connect Module

Lives can change in a heartbeat when it comes to perinatal care. With the Centricity Perinatal Connect module, it’s like having an extra set of eyes on your patients.

Delivering an emerging level of workflow interoperability, the module integrates perinatal information in context with other clinical data including the fetal monitoring strip—continuously and on one screen. This enables you to see your critical perinatal information and enterprise EMR clinical data at the same time—helping to make faster, more informed decisions, and enhance your workflow and patient care.

Perinatal information flows freely from Centricity Perinatal Connect module into and out of your enterprise EMR, in an integrated view, so there is no need to document in both places.

Unlike other Labor & Delivery solutions, you won’t have to trade off ease of use for enterprise EMR integration. You’re provided with a proven and robust Labor & Delivery solution, advanced fetal surveillance on a historical time continuum, and the ability to document on the fetal monitoring strip with two way data flow to your enterprise EMR. Clinicians can also review this information remotely.

Centricity Perinatal Connect Module

Centricity Perinatal Connect module provides:

  • Innovative, continuous unobstructed visibility of up to four fetal monitoring strips from different units on one screen while enabling bi-directional documentation in your enterprise EMR or other system
  • Distinctive side-by-side view of the fetal strips on a historical time continuum throughout the pregnancy
  • Research-driven, contemporary user interface designed to optimize usability and workflow

In an environment where every second counts, Centricity Perinatal Connect module provides you peace of mind knowing you’re relying on a system that has helped deliver over 45 million babies. It helps your clinicians deliver their best care to every mother and baby.

Applications

  • Document in the EMR while monitoring laboring mothers at the same time.
  • See information in one place at one time—without having to search other hospital systems or paper files.
  • Access information as you need it—view the whole strip or focus on just one short time segment.
  • Review annotations charted in other systems on the fetal strip, whether or not a fetal monitor is connected.
  • See trends by reviewing compressed data of the current and historical fetal strip on one display

Download the Centricity Perinatal Connect brochure

Centricity Perinatal - Connect Module with Fetal Strip Analytics

Centricity Perinatal Fetal Strip Analytics, an add-on module to the Centricity Perinatal Connect module, is a clinical decision support tool that provides automated analysis of fetal heart rate patterns. Analytics helps with risk mitigation on Labor and Delivery by providing an automated analysis of fetal heart rate patterns. It supports your pattern recognition and analysis at the bedside and presents visual cues when waveform patterns indicate issues that might need clinical interventions.

Fetal Strip Analytics

Provides on-demand information about your patients to help you prepare for most situations. The Fetal Strip Analytics can feed directly into patient documentation, once reviewed by the RN, so you get the information and documentation you need to help you provide excellent patient care. It accrues data up to 24 hours from initiation – and allows you to request analytics retroactively for up to 24 hours. The flexible summary function enables users to review data in expanded view or historical shade 

Centricity Perinatal Fetal Strip Monitor

Data integration

Centricity Perinatal Connect module supports a high level of workflow interoperability by integrating perinatal information in context with other clinical data continuously on one screen. The system interfaces with multiple devices. The result is a consolidated view to help you make faster, more informed decisions, and enhance your workflow and patient care. 

  • Document in the EMR while viewing the fetal monitor strip at the same time 
  • Access information as you need it – view the whole strip or focus on just one short time segment 
  • Review annotations charted in other systems on the fetal strip, while using a bi-directional interface 
  • See trends by reviewing compressed data of the current and historical fetal strip on one display 

 

Download the Centricity Perinatal Fetal Strip Analytics Brochure

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Related

  1. Results are unique to Samaritan Healthcare and do not offer any guarantees
  2. Rockford Medical System, Rockford IL.  Epic post go-live survey, 2013. Clinical staff satisfaction 14% above Epic® national average. Centricity Perinatal integration cited as key to this success in post go-live survey.
  3. Oxford Anlaytica, December 29, 2011.  Centricity Perinatal Healthymagination, GE Medical Systems Information Technology: ‘Clear Lake Improves Statistical  Accuracy and Reporting Productivity.’
  4. Oxford Analytica. December 29, 2011. Centricity Perinatal Healthymagination validation https://www3.gehealthcare.com/en/Products/Categories/Healthcare_IT/Departmentals/~/media/Downloads/us/Product/Product-Categories/Healthcare IT/Centricty-Perinatal/Centricity-Perinatal-Healthymagination-Validation-Final.PDF Hillestad R, Bigelow J, Bower A, Girosi F, Meili R, 
    Scoville R, and Taylor R: “Can Electronic Medical Record Systems Transform Health Care? Potential Health Benefits, Savings and Costs”, Health Affairs, Volume 24, Number 5, 2005.
  5. Oxford Analytica. December 29, 2011.  Centricity Perinatal Healthymagination validation.  Estimated 15% decreased costs.
  6. GE analysis of 330 sites with HIMSS and Medicare cost report (2013) comparing total labor costs per discharge. $7,345.90: average labor costs per discharge. $7,345.90 x .15 (15% cost reduction) = $1,101.88 savings per discharge. $1,101.88 x 2000 average births/year = $2.2M

 

** The number shown on the Baby Ticker is calculated using an algorithm compromised of various factors to estimate the arrival of Centricity Perinatal babies, and as such, may not display an accurate day or time for the arrival of each baby. GE makes no representation or warranties of any kind, express or implied, with respect to the Baby Ticker, and specifically, does not represent or warrant that the information displayed by the Baby Ticker is accurate, complete or current. GE disclaims loss for which may arise from the reliance on or use of information displayed on the Baby Tracker.

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Estimated US birthrate is based on data from Centers from Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and applicable customer data.

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