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1The Exciting World of Centricity™ Perinatal Web Module April 30, 2015
2DisclaimerGeneral Electric Company reserves the right to make changes in specifications and features shown herein, or discontinue the product described at any time without notice or obligation. This does not constitute a representation or warranty or documentation regarding the product or service featured.Centricity Perinatal does not replace clinical observation and evaluation of the patient at regular intervals, by a qualified care provider, who will make diagnoses and decide on treatments or interventions. Features of the Centricity Perinatal system are intended to support clinical decision making and should be used in combination with other clinical inputs, such as real time patient observation and information contained within other systems or recording tools. Not intended to be used as a primary monitoring device.Chrome is a trademark of Google, Inc.Internet Explorer is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.Safari is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.GE, the GE Monogram, Centricity, and imagination at work are trademarks of General Electric Company.GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Company.
3AgendaWhat is Centricity Perinatal Web Module? Let’s take a tour Security Testimonial Why Centricity Perinatal Web Module is different Demo Questions
5Centricity Perinatal Web module enables near real time viewing of the fetal monitor strip via the Web.You can:View the fetal monitoring stripReview annotationsRecord a commentView a summary of latest documented clinical valuesYou can:• View the fetal monitoring strip• Review annotations documented on the fetal monitoring strip• Record a comment on the fetal monitoring stripCompatible with:HTML5-compliant browser engines used in Safari®, Chrome™, and Internet Explorer® 10 and laterCompatible on PC, tablet, and smartphones with screens of 3.5 inches or greater
6Device and browser agnostic Compatible with:Safari®, Chrome™, and Internet Explorer® 10+PCs, tablets, and smartphones with screens of 3.5 inches or greater
8Look for the feet! Mobile device Icon available on device home screen after installationFor clinicians with privileges at > 1 hospital system, an additional icon may be added & label customizedPC accessNavigate to URL provided by your system administrator
9Patient directory Access determined by Centricity Perinatal privileges Patient list scrollable and searchable by:NameIDBedProviderGroup
10Patient Details View near real-time fetal monitoring data for your patients DisplaysPatient’s identifying informationFHR1, FHR2, MHR & UAProvider & Grouppatient’s identifying information FHR1, FHR2, MHR, and UA data. An anticipated range of 110–160bpm for fetal heart rate is shaded on the grid.View near real-time fetal monitoring data for your patients
11Review mode View historical data for your patients across multiple visits Access to:Up to 96 hours of historical dataStart & end bars representing breaks in monitoring or visitsAnnotationsWeb Summary
12Planning around the unpredictable OB patient in early laborNurse contacts doctor to advise of labor statusDoctor uses CPN Web module to monitor patient progressDoctor rearranges their surgery scheduleDoctor is available when patient is ready for delivery.
13Viewing Annotations Displayed in chronological order Source can be Centricity PerinatalCentricity Perinatal Connect moduleHIS/EMRMonitoring Device
14The questionable strip OB patient in active laborNurse monitoring the patient has concerns regarding the stripNurse contacts the patient’s doctorDoctor reviews strip on CPN Web module while talking with the NurseDoctor adds comment “Reviewed”
15Annotations comment Allows clinician to record a comment remotely Viewable in:Centricity PerinatalCentricity Perinatal Connect moduleCentricity Perinatal Web module
16The nurse managerOvernight charge nurse in L&D contacts nurse manger with a staffing issueNurse manager logs into CPN Web module to review acuity of patientsNurse manager assists charge nurse in making calls for additional staffAdditional staff arrives to support unit
17Web summaryEasy access to view latest documented values of key clinical information
19Secure Web AccessSSL/TLS secure connection required (valid certificate installed by customer)User ID provisioning from Centricity PerinatalOAuth token management for REST web service requestsNo-cache and no-store in https header
20Secure Web DeploymentWeb Server in DMZGateway/Proxy in DMZ
21What makes Centricity Perinatal Web module different?
22You can add a comment Reduces the need to remember to chart later Appears time stamped on the strip in CPN & Connect moduleViewable in the Annotation Viewer in the Web module
23You can review strips for patients not currently on a monitor NST ReviewsDischarged PatientsPostpartum Patients
24Available when & where you need it* TabletSmartphoneDesktopWi-FiCellular*where internet is available
25You have unlimited users No need to worry about an annual per user fee, with CPN Web module, all your approved users have access with one up front price.