First Essential Clinical Dataset for Middle East
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), CIS (Clinical Information Systems) Optimization Steering Committee and Oracle Cerner are proud to announce the implementation of the first ever Essential Clinical Dataset (ECD) for behavioral health globally and the first ECD in the Middle East. This project went live in July 2021 as part of HMC’s CIS optimization program.
Supporting Digital Innovation in Saudi Arabia
Innovating for a healthier population together
Global Healthcare Growth Report: For second consecutive year, Oracle Cerner expands footprint and deepens relationships around the world
With a focus on being clinically driven and fulfilling the promise of the electronic health record (EHR), Oracle Cerner remains a global leader based on EHR market share.
Implementation of Cerner Clinical Information System at Primary Health Care Corporation in Qatar
The now and next of patient-centered care
Recap of Middle East & Africa Collaboration Forum 2022
Watch highlights of the special moments engaging and networking with clients, partners and associates in Dubai, UAE on 1-2 June, 2022.
What do better outcomes mean for Cerner’s health care clients in Middle East and Africa?
Cerner spreads happiness at Al Jalila Children’s Hospital
Oracle completes acquisition of Cerner
Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) announced that a majority of the outstanding shares (the “Shares”) of Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN) were validly tendered, and the other conditions to the tender offer have been satisfied or waived.
SEHA optimizes insurance claims
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) has leveraged its partnership with Cerner in UAE to optimize and customize the revenue cycle platform billing tool to maximize outcomes.
Leveraging the Cerner EHR for SEHA’s acute kidney injury project
The Hospitals magazine interviewed Dr. Siddiq Anwar, Consultant Physician, Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City (SSMC), Abu Dhabi, on how Cerner supported SSMC in developing innovative digital tools.
The Future of Healthcare Industry
Watch the first episode of 'The Healthcare PMO Podcast' by PMO Global Alliance (PMOGA) featuring Dr. Khalid Alodhaibi, Chief Information Officer, Medical Services Directorate, Saudi Arabia, and Veronica Freeman, Chief Nurse, Cerner, Middle East and Africa, sharing their insights.
Hamad Medical Corporation: Newborn registration optimization
As part of the optimization program, HMC and CIS (Clinical Information Systems) Optimization Steering Committee and Cerner in Qatar have enhanced newborn registration, improved admission process for babies and optimized newborn National ID integration.
Fresh from our blog
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.