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by Cerner Corporation | Emil Peters | Max Stroud
Published on March 8, 2018

That's a wrap on the final full day of #HIMSS18! In the third installment of our HIMSS18 series on The Cerner Podcast, we're peeling back the curtain and delivering insights straight from the floor. This special edition episode of The Cerner Podcast features Emil Peters, president of Cerner Global. Emil has been with Cerner for two decades, and in this episode, he provides his thoughts on Cerner Global's presence at HIMSS18 and some of the biggest themes from the conference (he also wishes all the women working in the health care industry a Happy International Women's Day). 

We also hear from Max Stroud, one of the official HIMSS18 Social Media Ambassadors and a lead consultant in health care IT with Galen Healthcare Solutions. One of her biggest takeaways from HIMSS18 was a bigger patient presence and an emphasis on telling the patient's story. 


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