1. Cerner Corporation - @CernerAs a global leader in health care technology, Cerner’s Twitter feed will offer a behind-the-scenes look at #CHC18 – including previews and coverage of keynotes and presentations, deep-dives into health IT topics and live looks at the 90,000-square-foot Solutions Gallery floor. Whether attending the annual event or following along from a phone or computer, consider this feed the one-stop shop for #CHC18 insights.
Have you registered for #CHC18? Relive last year's events, then join us in #KansasCity October 8-11 to continue learning, networking and exploring. Learn more at https://t.co/te2HMBQ8GF. pic.twitter.com/WXvDSDrxvl— Cerner (@Cerner) August 20, 2018
2. Brent Shafer, Chairman and CEO, Cerner - @BrentShaferCEOSince joining the company earlier this year, Cerner Chairman and CEO Brent Shafer’s focus has been on driving client value by listening to care providers, industry partners and Cerner associates. On his Twitter page, expect to find his thoughts on the future growth and opportunities for improvements within health care.
It’s a new era in health care. After three decades in this industry from the provider side to consumer health and tech, I have never seen more opportunity for progress with @Cerner leading the way.— Brent Shafer (@BrentShaferCEO) February 2, 2018
3. Joanne Burns, Chief Strategy Officer, Cerner - @jburns15149Since joining Cerner in 2004, Joanne Burns has held positions across all lines of business, and she is making strides in aligning Cerner's information technology initiatives to the company’s strategic goals and objectives. She previously served as chief information officer of MU Health Care and executive director of the Tiger Institute, a unique public/private partnership between Cerner and the University of Missouri.
Thrilled to be a partner with @childrenshealth who were just named one of the @usnews top 5 Children's Hospitals in the country. @Cerner partnership and the Bear Institute are a pride point for all of us! Congratulations! @bearinstitute— Joanne Burns (@jburns15149) June 26, 2018
4. VA's Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization - @vaoehrmThe Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization (OEHRM) aims to fulfill the VA’s mission by helping to improve care for U.S. Veterans. Since the VA and Cerner announced an agreement to create seamless care by modernizing technology and creating a longitudinal electronic health record (EHR) for veterans, the VA OEHRM has used its Twitter account to discuss important issues in veterans’ health and to provide updates on data delivery and care coordination within the VA.
On May 27, 2018 VA signed a contract with @Cerner that will modernize the VA’s Healthcare IT system and help provide seamless care to Veterans. “This is an enormous win for our nation’s Veterans” – Secretary Wilkie (@SecWilkie) #VAEHRM #ChooseVA pic.twitter.com/cD2shoNOZS— VAOEHRM (@vaoehrm) August 8, 2018
5. John Gresham, Vice President, DeviceWorks & Interoperability, Cerner - @John_GreshamAs one of the industry’s leading voices in interoperability, John Gresham’s leadership stems from his ability to articulate how mobile devices and cloud-based technology will change the face of health care. From to the Solutions Gallery floor to networking opportunities throughout CHC, expect John to provide great insights on innovation and interoperability.
Significant example of how new data innovation can be infused back into the EHR workflow to improve provider engagement and most importantly consumer adherence to their care plan #Health2con https://t.co/45RTNLAory— John Gresham (@John_Gresham) September 18, 2018
6. CommonWell Health Alliance - @CommonWellSince its creation in 2013, the CommonWell Health Alliance has led industry-defining efforts that advance interoperability within health care. Follow this account during CHC for insights on how leaders at CommonWell and Cerner are providing a framework to improve transparency, protect patient privacy and promote access to valuable health information.
7. Dick Flanigan, Senior Vice President, ITWorks, Cerner - @dickflaniganKSDick Flanigan leads ITWorks, Cerner’s strategic outsourcing model, which aligns the local resources of health care organizations with the knowledge and experience of Cerner’s health IT experts. Under his leadership, the Cerner ITWorks team helps health care providers across the globe achieve their clinical and financial goals.
We are proud to welcome @MCHOdessa to the @Cerner ITWorks family. We share the common goals of using health information technology to improve care and health in the community. We look forward to working with our new associates Thanks for placing your confidence with Cerner. https://t.co/Mu1emtRx8K— Dick Flanigan (@dickflaniganKS) August 16, 2018
8. Melissa Hendricks, Vice President, Marketing, Cerner - @mkhendricksSince joining Cerner in 2005, Melissa Hendricks’ leadership and guidance has helped propel Cerner’s marketing efforts to new heights while maintaining a focus on delivering value to consumers and industry professionals alike. As a health care advocate, her passion for personalization and brand stewardship has helped to shape the CHC experience.
Building a modern #marketing organization starts with the people. I’m lucky to have a great #team that has attitude, aptitude and passion to advance health care. Their talent and inspiration continues to amaze me. @Cerner pic.twitter.com/ExBKhEFZ9k— Melissa Hendricks (@mkhendricks) July 12, 2018
9. Bharat Sutariya, Vice President & Chief Medical Officer, Population Health - @bsutariyaDr. Bharat Sutariya provides a unique perspective as a population health expert. He helped Cerner develop the St. John Sepsis Surveillance Agent in 2010, which has been implemented at more than 550 hospitals in the United States alone. This targeted, algorithm-based surveillance agent aims to reduce the sepsis mortality rate and improve quality measure compliance through the early identification of high-risk patients.
The association between outpatient follow-up visits and all-cause non-elective 30-day readmissions. @Cerner & @advocatehealth data science team continues to advance our understanding of factors that impact readmission. https://t.co/fXegHrD7iD— Bharat Sutariya (@bsutariya) July 18, 2018