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Command Center provides near real-time enterprise transparency to help health systems perform at their peak efficiency, streamline operations and improve care delivery.
by Oracle Cerner
February 1, 2023
The province of Nova Scotia, in collaboration with Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and IWK Health (IWK), announced today a new 10-year agreement has been signed with Oracle Cerner to implement an integrated electronic care record across the province for the more than one million Nova Scotians.
by Oracle Cerner
November 14, 2022
Oracle Cerner now has the resources and the infrastructure to do more than ever before and that’s due to joining Oracle, one of the world’s largest technology companies, earlier this year.
Located in the rolling hills of east central Indiana lies Henry Community Health, a 75-bed CommunityWorksSM hospital with 13 ambulatory offices across nine different specialties, all working together to address patient engagement by empowering patients to take a proactive role in their health.
Over the past several years, many health systems have run into pain points that lead to underperforming metrics, insufficient workflows, and undefined roles. But Hawaii Health Systems Corporation (HHSC) – Kauai Region began tackling these issues in 2019 by implementing CommunityWorksSM and a clinically driven revenue cycle (CDRC).
Fort HealthCare in rural Jefferson county, Wisconsin, is the sole hospital and only local resource of opioid stewardship. Between 2015-2017, the county death rate due to opioid overdose nearly tripled,1 and in 2017 alone, the county death rate due to opioid abuse exceeded the entire state of Wisconsin by 31%.2
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