Your organization’s network relies on a multitude of components to deliver a great experience. Cerner works with you to deliver proven architectures and validated network components, including switches, routers, wireless, cabling, NAC, DDI and stream analytics.
Virtualization and cloud have continuously shifted compute demands to more innovative platforms and designs. We deliver virtual desktops running on servers (VDI), including hyper-converged infrastructure, that enables new applications and solutions for health care, without the burden associated with legacy compute nodes. To ensure that your operations stay online, Cerner offers robust and integrated data-protection solutions. Hyper-converged architectures utilizing all-flash storage provides lightning fast performance where it’s needed the most.
To improve your security posture, it’s critical to start with the basics and address the areas of highest risk. Leverage our consulting expertise on policies, procedures, risk assessments and training. We offer advanced malware protection, from the endpoints to the firewalls, along with countermeasures for the top attack vectors including email and web filtering gateways. Our integrated solutions include identification, advanced authentication, auditing and log correlation.
Cerner ITWorks℠ is what we call our closest, most highly aligned client business relationships. Through these alignments, we bring to bear Cerner’s best solutions, services and people, and we organize them around your needs, your goals and your future. With these elements working together in concert, we can solve your toughest challenges and put your organization on an accelerated path to transformation.
Lights On Network® provides enterprise-level data analytics to maximize the value of your EHR across your entire organization. This means a better experience for your providers, better results for your organization, and the most efficient system to support it all.
The digital maturity level of health care organizations has significantly increased over the last ten years. Clinical practice across venues of care are ever-more reliant on enabling IT solutions and applications. As a result, clinical workflows have evolved and brought new IT challenges for health care organizations to deal with. Today’s heterogeneous or best of breed environments within health care IT mean it’s often difficult for organizations to ensure standardization of end users’ methods of accessing various software platforms. Our decades of experience recommend a three-stage approach: discovery, transformation and adoption.