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by Bakr Saadoon Ismail   |   September 18, 2018

Regular health check-ups as a child can have a positive impact as they grow into adults, as potential conditions can be spotted in their early years. Collecting the data for the whole of Abu Dhabi could prove a challenge, which is why we at SEHA worked with Cerner to implement a coordinated solution.

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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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Consumerization of health and life – Fiction or Reality?

by Michael Schelper
May 2, 2017
Consumerization of health & life – Fiction or Reality?

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Alaafia: Creating Healthy Stories Begins With Us!

by Danielle Lock
April 17, 2017
Our goal is to protect, promote, and support a happy and healthy Cerner Middle East family.

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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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All About the Cerner Middle East Collaboration Forum 2017!

by Vivian Gendy
April 3, 2017
The Middle East Collaboration Forum 2017 (#CernerMECF17) will be taking place in Dubai on May 22nd and May 23rd. The event is open to all our clients, prospects and associates. If you are not familiar with the Collaboration Forum (CF) and want to know more, read on!

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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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From EMRs to Population Health: Middle East Poised for the Future

by Michael Pomerance
March 5, 2017
At Cerner, we’re bringing that future closer to the present.

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Preparing for Health Care Cybersecurity Threats

by Jim Massey
February 22, 2017
“Vendors, integrators and clients have an obligation to ensure that their systems conform to the latest security and governance standards.”

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The Predicted Value of 100% CPOE in the Middle East

by Russell Mayne
February 7, 2017
“Highlighting the potential value of 100% CPOE is a reminder of the massive impact it can have to make healthcare safer.”

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King’s College Hospital London Selects Cerner’s Clinical and Financial Management System

by Cerner Corporation
January 31, 2017
Future King’s hospital in Dubai to implement Cerner’s integrated health IT platform

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Hamad Medical Corporation, Primary Health Care Corporation Implement Country-Wide EHR

by Dr. Ali Al Sanousi
January 25, 2017
Implementing an advanced electronic medical record like Cerner is the starting point for innovation. Together, we can improve the applications and reach our goal of having the patient in the center of care and make the patient’s experience better.

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Transforming Healthcare - Making a Difference

by Colin Hackwood
January 25, 2017
HMC will continue to review the performance of QEWS and identify new ways to introduce operational efficiencies that will in turn support clinical staff.

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Leveraging Technology to Identify and Prevent Sepsis

by Russell Mayne
January 16, 2017
The State of Qatar has instituted a system to ensure that clinicians are immediately alerted to patients at risk for sepsis. This early warning alert, in conjunction with the world class care available at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) hospitals, will reduce the number of patients progressing to sepsis.

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