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CHIME is the professional organization for Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other senior healthcare IT leaders. CHIME enables its members and business partners to collaborate, exchange ideas, develop professionally, and advocate the effective use of information management to improve health care in the communities they serve.
Given by the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center (ANCC), hospitals that receive Magnet Designation satisfy a set of criteria designed to measure the strength and quality of nursing within a hospital. Hospitals with Magnet status have demonstrated their nursing practices delivering superior patient outcomes.
The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recognizes organizations that have demonstrated the ability to set industry standards on quality and have continuously showcased improvements to their business practices.
These award recognize the ongoing contributions individuals have made to HIMSS and the healthcare sector.
HFMA's MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle recognizes hospitals, health systems, and physician practices whose innovative and effective strategies have enabled them to achieve excellence in revenue cycle performance.
The American Hospital Association works with its members, state, regional, and metropolitan hospital associations and other organizations to shape and influence federal legislation and regulation to improve the ability of its members to deliver quality health care.
The Leapfrog "Top Hospital" Award is recognized as the industry standard for measuring and reporting hospitals' performance in patient safety, quality, resource utilization. Hospitals that receive a Leapfrog "Top Hospital" Award are recognized for excelling in patient safety and quality of care.
The road to meaningful use of health information technology is riddled with detours, potholes and yield signs. Yet the 2013 H&HN Most Wired Survey proves that hospitals with well-crafted and well-mapped plans can motor their way toward successful adoption.
US News and World Report Best Hospitals provides a ranked list of the best centers in 16 adult specialties from cancer to urology based on data for nearly 5,000 hospitals and results from surveys of more than 9,500 physicians.
Truven Health Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters) uses objective, independent research and public data sources to formulate the list for the top health systems and best hospitals in the United States.
InformationWeek identifies and honors the nation’s most innovative users of information technology with its annual InformationWeek Elite 100 listing.
Each year, the barcode point-of-care (BPOC) Way-Paver Award is presented to individuals and institutions that have helped clear a path and pave the way for BPOC technology in America’s hospitals.
Modern Healthcare Awards and Recognition programs acknowledge and honor outstanding efforts by individuals and organizations in the healthcare industry.
Since 1994, the HIMSS Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence has recognized excellence in the implementation and value from health information technology, specifically EHRs. There are currently four award categories: Public Health, Organizational, Ambulatory, and Community Health Organizations.
Cerner received Business Group on Health’s prestigious 2020 Helen Darling Award for Excellence in Health Care Value and Innovation. This award recognizes outstanding employers that encourage the implementation of innovations that promote the efficient and cost-effective use of health care resources while demonstrating a track record of enhancing the employee health care experience and creating sustainable and high value programs.
Cerner climbed the Forbes list of Most Innovative Companies in America in 2018. The most innovative companies in America are diverse, hailing from both coasts and leading in industries ranging from open source software to health care. What they all share is a desire to keep evolving, often after already setting industry standards. Inside these headquarters, innovation is anything but passive.
Cerner earned recognition among professionals, landing on the Forbes list of Best Employers for New Graduates again in 2019. Working with the firm Statista, Forbes asked 10,000 Americans with fewer than 10 years of work experience to rate companies based on working conditions, salary and how likely they’d be to recommend their employer to others.
Cerner debuted on the Forbes list of Best Employers for Diversity in 2019. With active associate resource groups, inclusive and comprehensive benefits, Cerner is committed to building an environment where everyone can contribute to building the future of health care.
The experts, analysts and executives agree. Cerner is one of the World’s Most Admired Companies in the health care industry. Companies are scored on financial soundness, product quality, innovation, social responsibility and global competitiveness.
Cerner was recognized as No. 2 on the 2018 Healthcare Informatics 100 list. The Healthcare Informatics 100 ranks the leading 100 companies by revenues derived from health care IT products and services earned in the United States.
The Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles awards program acknowledges and rewards National Business Group on Health (NBGH) member companies demonstrating creative, comprehensive and effective solutions that improve employee health, productivity and well-being. Cerner has been named a Best Employer for Healthy Lifestyles for consecutive years for its health & wellness initiatives for employees.
For 40 years, we’ve worked at the intersection of health care and information technology to connect people and systems around the world. It’s our mission to relentlessly seek breakthrough innovation that will shape health care of tomorrow.
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When our clients move the meter in health care – increasing quality of care, reducing waste, and lowering costs – we celebrate their efforts and share the wisdom gained by their success.
Cerner executives and Board of Directors provide leadership for one of the leading companies in health care information technology.
We are devoted to improving the quality of life for everyone we serve. We seek to enhance communities through the development of healthy and educated individuals.
We applaud the accomplishments of our clients and associates.
We strive to align our supplier relationships to extend, enable, and maximize the benefits our clients derive from Cerner solutions.
The Board of Directors at Cerner has the responsibility to oversee management for the benefit of its owners, the shareholders. Corporate governance is one of the most important ways the Board carries out those oversight duties.
We believe we have a responsibility to our clients, associates, shareholders and the communities in which we operate to conduct our business in a manner that promotes good corporate, social and environmental governance.
Diversity and inclusion is core to our mission. Our associates make up diverse teams from across the globe, bringing unique perspectives to their work to deliver smart solutions that improve the future of health care. A promising today for an even better tomorrow.