IDEAL IMAGE transforms the following files into Centricity compatible files:
  • Paper Records
  • Test Results
  • X-rays
  • Diagnostic images
  • Faxes
  • Emails
  • Excel Spreadsheets
  • Word documents
  • PDFs
We offer DocuTrak Document Management users free conversions and project management resources to help your staff integrate Ideal Image into your practice. Annual Maintenance fees apply.

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IDEAL IMAGE 
Quick & Easy Electronic Filing System

IDEAL IMAGE transforms paper records, test results, x-rays, diagnostic images, faxes, emails, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, PDFs and more into Centricity ®-compatible files. The result is a complete electronic filing system that allows you to quickly and easily locate files that originated in a variety of formats. With flexible options and unlimited subfolders, Ideal Image allows you to use whatever organizational structure makes the most sense for your practice.
  • Can be used as stand-alone application or integrated with Centricity
  • Compatible with Biscom, TWAIN and Kofax
  • Directly imports Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, Adobe PDFs and most image files
  • Quick-scan options for common documents such as driver's licenses, insurance cards, EOBs and superbills
  • HIPAA compliant
  • Provides audit trail
  • Online installation and upgrades - can be implemented on your own schedule with no downtime
Centricity EMR selected as EMR for 
2016 Olympic Games in Rio
For the first time, all athletes and spectators at the Games will be able to have their health interactions managed by an electronic medical record (EMR)

No longer will the International Olympic Committee (IOC) have to ship pallets of paper around the globe to keep track of medical data from athletes competing at an Olympic Games. For the first time, all athletes and spectators at the Games will be able to have their health interactions managed by an electronic medical record (EMR).

Building upon the pioneering success of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) use of GE's Centricity Practice Solutions (CPS) EMR platform at the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, the IOC will be rolling out an EMR platform built specifically for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as a part of its gold-medal medical services.

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FAQ

Ronica Hodge
Question: Did you know you can send a 'Future Flag' to yourself or a staff member?

Answer: This is a great feature when you know what the message/reminder needs to be but you don't necessary want it in your (or staff's) Flag inbox just yet. 

You can create the Flag message but simply date out the Start Date to a future date.This Flag will then not show up on your desktop or the recipients desktop until the date you indicated in the start date. 

We've seen providers use this in patient charts to send future flags to themselves to check back on a patients test results after 3 months.  No more sticky notes on your monitor for months!

Wendy Ramsey
Question: I will be doing my statement run, but there are a few patients that should not receive a statement, but just for this run. How do I prevent these patients from getting a statement?

Answer: Go to Registration and select the patient. Navigate to the Financial Tab and change the Bill Code field to "No Statement". 

Make this change on any patients that you want excluded from the normal statement run. Run statements as normal. Remember to change this field back to Statement (or blank) in order for statements to begin generating for the patient once again.

Sandra Derringer
Question: Can Centricity reports be exported in an excel format?

Answer: Yes. Centricity reports can be exported from the Reports module into Microsoft Excel which will allow you to work with the information to meet your needs.

Step-by-Step: Run the report from Centricity's Report Component. Select Preview. From the Reports Preview window, click the Export Report icon in the top left corner. The Export dialog box opens. Click the Format drop-down arrow and select Microsoft Excel 97-2000. Click the Destination drop-down arrow and select Disk File. You will receive this pop-up message regarding Email which is normal, just click OK. Excel Format Options will default to Custom and you can click OK. You will then need to select the shared folder or drive, name the file then Save. You should then be able to go to this shared folder or drive on your desktop and open the report in Excel.