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Published on: February 17, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 1 page
As the number of devices and specialists at the medical research organization GE Healthcare multiplied, staff members found themselves questioning the accuracy of the data collected in its centralized systems.
For information to be shared throughout the organization without compromising its clarity or its worth as the basis for making confident, sound decisions, GE Healthcare needed a more efficient process for collecting and controlling it.
Check out this brief case study overview to learn how the creation of a new generation of recording systems provided GE Healthcare with the benefits of:
- More choices in how to connect devices to the critical infrastructure
- Enhanced security
- A more effective process for collecting richer data, which has helped preserve the confidence they need to complete their research
- Greatly reduced time spent on manual data entry
- And more.