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Whats in a name Performance: Quality and Clinical Indicators

by Dr. Colin Fincham
November 28, 2017
Names are important, they tell us who we are, they tell us where we come from, they tell us who you are.

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One patient, one record

by Akram Sami Dhaini | Ahmad Yahya
November 23, 2017
Older health IT systems are synonymous with the "do more and charge more" model of reimbursement, especially since healthcare is a supply-driven market.

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Engaging Patients with Technology in Saudi Arabia

by Dr. Osama Alswailem
October 22, 2017
It has had a great impact on clinical compliance as well as patient and family engagement. With the gradual build-up to artificial intelligence and personalized patient care, we need to ensure that these technologies are developed with the best possible patient experience in mind.

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Catching the Value Wave

by Meriam Soryal
August 27, 2017
The value wave is hitting the health care industry; get ready to catch the wave and let it carry you to the heights of excellence in the delivery of health care with the patient being the most important resource. Together with our clients, we can improve the quality of life in our communities.

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Why is it so difficult to measure real value?

by Jim Massey
July 23, 2017
In all my time working with clients I have never yet met a nurse who has thanked me for the 10 minutes, whilst sitting with her feet up having a cup of tea.

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International Recognition for Nurses: Working Towards A Healthy Population Driven By Healthy Nurses

by Siobhan Whitney, Med, BScN, DipHE, RM, RN
May 10, 2017
It’s that time of year again where nurses are recognized for their hard work and dedication to their patients and to healthcare as whole.

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Cerner Middle East Collaboration Forum 2017 – Exciting Keynotes and Sessions

by Vivian Gendy
May 4, 2017
Cerner Middle East Collaboration Forum 2017 – Exciting Keynotes and Sessions.

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Alert Fatigue! The Cause and Effect

by Dr. Nader Elshehabi
April 6, 2017
Clinical Decision Support systems, should support your decisions in their design, as much as they support clinicians in providing better and safer care for the patients.

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Inspiring Women Leaders in Health Care

by Deirdre Stewart
March 5, 2017
In health, costs are tight, time is limited and patient welfare comes first.

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The Year of Becoming a Newbie Again

by Dr. Colin Fincham
December 29, 2016
The one thing that joins us together in this technological era is that come tomorrow there will be a new feature a new icon or new function that makes our life that little bit better … “There is nothing permanent except being FOREVER NEWBIES”

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Prematurity Awareness: Giving Back on a Global Scale

by LaTasha Burns
November 30, 2016
Fast forward to January and we’d raised just under $10,000. Wow! Another key suggestion led us to Cerner’s Firsthand Foundation, who agreed to match our raised funds. And just like that, our goal of 50,000 AED was transformed to 73,450 AED or $20,000.

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Bringing CHIPP from the Wall to the Halls of CME: The Box Appeal Campaign

by Danielle Lock
October 26, 2016
Everyone has their own reason for giving back. At Cerner Middle East, there are no shortage of associates who inspire, and are inspired by, the continuous generosity towards others, whether locally, regionally, or globally.

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