King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre signs an MoU with Oracle to advance digitization in the healthcare sector
by Oracle Cerner | March 27, 2023
King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC) has inked a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Oracle to accelerate the application of electronic medical records technology and improve digital transformation in the Saudi healthcare sector.
Technology adoption making patient safety the primary goal at Primary Heath Care Corporation
by Dr Asmaa Mohamed | Dr Kashif Mirza
March 13, 2023
Patient safety is a critical part of the healthcare paradigm. Throughout 2022 and going into 2023, Qatar’s Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC), a leading government provider of ambulatory and community healthcare, has reached its highest levels of clinicians using technology to deliver care. This has made PHCC more proactive in patient safety and care delivery than ever before—including hyper-focused clinician training to ensure a clear and present understanding of what can be done using technology in a safe and meaningful way.
Emirates Health Services and Oracle Cerner supporting children with autism
by Dr. Aisha Mohammed Suhail Al Seraidi | Dr. Yasir Khan
March 7, 2023
Early childhood diseases can be very frightening for parents and caregivers. Many of these conditions stay with the child indefinitely, if not permanently. The child and the family can face challenges in dealing with the situation and navigating the course of therapy. When detected early, the management plan can be initiated earlier, improving the disease outcome substantially in many cases.
Oracle Cerner Wins Best in KLAS Award for the Fifth Consecutive Year
by Oracle Cerner
February 20, 2023
Growing demand for healthcare services in Middle East and African regions in recent years has led to an increased need for governments to establish world-class electronic medical records systems. Today, Oracle Cerner announced that it has been awarded the 2022 Best in KLAS Acute Care EMR for Middle East and Africa, further proving its stance as a global leader in healthcare technology. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Oracle Cerner has received this award.
King’s College Hospital London – Dubai selects Oracle Cerner and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to provide EMR solutions for better healthcare outcomes
by Oracle Cerner
February 6, 2023
King’s College Hospital London - Dubai (KCH Dubai) today announced a strategic collaboration to help accelerate innovation with Oracle Cerner. As part of the agreement, Oracle Cerner will utilize Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services via the Oracle Cloud Dubai Region to operate and manage the upgraded and enhanced electronic medical records system on behalf of KCH Dubai. This will be the first UAE-based cloud deployment by Oracle Cerner in the region. It has the potential to support more than 10,000 concurrent users and will create a new care delivery model that can provide real-time coordination and information exchange among multiple providers, patients, and locations in the country.
The era of digital information and accreditation systems improving the healthcare landscape
by Akram Sami
January 16, 2023
Oracle Cerner is a leading provider of digital information systems used within hospitals and health systems to enable medical professionals to deliver better healthcare to individual patients and communities.
The Champion Hospital signs with Oracle Cerner to deliver an integrated healthcare system
by Oracle Cerner
December 19, 2022
The Champion Hospital, the first general and rehabilitation private hospital in Kuwait, has selected Oracle Cerner to implement an integrated electronic health record (EHR) platform across its full care facilities. The Cerner Millennium® EHR is designed to support a patient’s health care journey from the doctor’s office to the hospital or outpatient clinics, to post-acute care and rehab via an integrated IT platform.
Multiple Expansions, Go Lives, and Awards for Oracle Cerner Clients in Middle East, Africa
by Oracle Cerner
December 16, 2022
Recognized as a Best in KLAS leading healthcare technology company for the fourth consecutive year, Oracle Cerner continues to display a strong standing in the Middle East and Africa region. The healthcare technology business is highly active in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia with new contracts and collaborations, as well as client achievements and go lives. This 2022 recap of recent go lives and achievements highlights Oracle Cerner’s strong future and continued dedication to customer success:
Celebrating the advance of nursing informatics at Hamad Medical Corporation
by Dr Wasmiya Dalhem
November 3, 2022
Nursing informatics, as a developing area of nursing specialty, was primarily introduced in Qatar by Dr Wasmiya Dalhem, a Qatari nurse, following her Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Informatics studies. She envisioned the quest for nursing excellence through the best use of clinical information and technological systems for the improvement of healthcare systems and patient care delivery at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).
Digital transformation offers healthier outcomes for Saudi Arabia's population
by Dr Khalid Alodhaibi | Eng Azzam Amro | Alia Jundi
November 1, 2022
Imagine contributing to an entire nation's capacity to improve healthcare outcomes for its citizens. Read through this chat where Alia Jundi, a senior organizational change consultant at Oracle Cerner, discusses with Dr Khalid Alodhaibi, chief information officer at Ministry of Defense Health Services (MODHS), and Eng Azzam Amro, chief information officer at the Prince Sultan Military Medical City (PSMMC) about their organizations’ electronic health record (EHR) project, RABET, and how it is enabling a digital transformation for healthier outcomes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
A safe antenatal journey with Emirates Health Services primary healthcare
by Dr Naseem Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla | Dr Sadaf Ahsan Naqvi | Neema Preman
September 26, 2022
Patient safety is not a new concept in the world of medicine. Dating back to the origins of the Hippocratic oath of ‘do no harm’, it constitutes a core pillar of healthcare provision – wrapped around patient wellbeing and optimal outcomes, it is a promise we make to every patient for delivering our best at every stage of their ailment. It cannot be dismissed that during day-to-day medical practice, several errors can be a threat to patient safety. Fortunately, many of them are preventable – proven to impact health outcomes and burden healthcare resources.
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre signs MoU with Oracle Cerner to create AI innovations and drive best healthcare practices
by Oracle Cerner
September 14, 2022
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (KFSH&RC) has inked a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Oracle Cerner to strengthen their collaboration in developing shared ideas and research in the fields of data and AI. In line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, the collaboration aims to support the creation of a data-driven and AI-supported nation, which in turn will create employment opportunities for the people of Saudi Arabia.
Improving patient outcomes by the antimicrobial stewardship program module implementation
by Amani Moharram
August 8, 2022
It has been over a year since the launch of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in the Middle East and Africa by Oracle Cerner with over 10 sessions on various topics related to data analytics and clinical informatics.