About Michael Rose

Michael Rose

Michael Rose, R.N., B.S.N.
Product Marketing Manager
GE Healthcare IT

Michael Rose brings more than 25 years’ experience in healthcare and healthcare information technology, including sales, consulting, and marketing. As Product Marketing Manager with Centricity Enterprise he is responsible for developing and executing strategies centered on the growth of the Centricity Enterprise.

Previously, Mr. Rose served as Senior Consultant, Value Management (VM) Services, GE Healthcare. Rose worked directly with community based hospitals, academic medical centers and integrated delivery networks to develop and implement clinical, access and revenue cycle best practice recommendations. Michael has worked on benefits realization projects in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. In this role, Michael assisted customers to use the implementation of Centricity Enterprise as a catalyst to identify opportunities and measure results from process improvement programs.

Rose joined GE Healthcare in 1996 after more than five years as a nursing, physician and pharmacy product specialist and account manager at TDS Healthcare Systems. He began his career as an emergency nurse at a Colorado-area hospital, where he also managed the facility’s emergency department and acquired hands-on and technical experience with clinical information systems. He received his bachelor of nursing degree from the University of Southern Colorado.

GE Healthcare receives 2016 Computerworld Data + Editor’s Choice Award

On Monday, September 12, 2016 GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ EDI Services was awarded the 2016 Computerworld Data + Editor’s Choice Award. The annual awards program “honors organizations achieving business benefits through big data such as fighting credit-card fraud, determining the best ways … Read more

Health data standards are finally coming home to roost—and not a moment too soon

A few co-workers and I had a laugh in the office the other day after someone found an old cellphone tucked away in storage. We weren’t able to charge the 2G device and watch it come back to life, but … Read more

Handshakes instead of finger pointing

Value based reimbursement is in full swing and there is immense pressure on payers and providers to maintain or improve margins.  Yet, estimates show that 9% of the total waste in US healthcare spend is attributed to administrative complexity. Today’s … Read more