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by Cerner Corporation
April 26, 2022
With another start to a year filled with healthcare uncertainty due to heightened levels of COVID-19, Cerner continues to support 650,000 physician users around the globe and more than 3 million users each day.
To bridge the digital gap, the CoxHealth team is transitioning to Cerner Advanced Capture from a legacy system. Health information management (HIM) professionals scan paper records into the high-volume document capture solution, which indexes them into patient charts.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every aspect of life to adapt, not least healthcare. While the focus has understandably been on the frontline, longer-term strategies have needed to continue as well, something that Cerner and TransForm Shared Service Organization (TSSO) have achieved around the shores of Lake St Clair, Ontario, with the e-VOLVE major remote go-live project.
As ambulatory care continues to evolve as one of the fastest growing sectors in healthcare1, maximizing clinic efficiency becomes critical. One step leaders at Banner Health are taking to improve efficiency at their outpatient clinics is streamlining their adult intake form.
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