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GE Healthcare introduces new CRM solution

GE Healthcare has introduced a new clinical research management (CRM) solution, Centricity Research so as to support the improvement of the efficacy and efficiency of clinical studies by offering better management of treatment plans, processes, and protocols while supporting research billing compliance.

GE Healthcare claims that Centricity Research facilitates various institutions in conducting clinical or translational research and manages the growing complexity of research processes and compliance requirements.

The platform can integrate with a variety of existing institutional systems, including electronic IRB systems, EMR/EPR systems, and revenue cycle management (RCM) systems.

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Clinical Research vice-dean Dan Ford said CRMS has helped them more efficiently manage the 30% increase they have achieved in the number of research studies conducted at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine since 2007.