Northern Light Health worked with Cerner to become the first to utilize the new Cerner Command Center Dashboard, which provides situational awareness of critical resources.
Early sepsis detection and proactive intervention help reduce sepsis mortality rates and decrease code blue calls to resuscitate patients.
Direct contract helped members reduce expenses, avoid balance billing and coordinate care, while Cerner HealthPlan Services supported positive member experiences.
Baptist Health logged 86 service requests with Cerner AMS Oracle in the first year of AMS support, and the relationship is helping Baptist Health HR to move onto the right path for what’s next in the Oracle Cloud roadmap.
Atrium Health wins a 2019 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award for promoting opioid stewardship, reducing patient falls while improving cost and reducing readmission rates.
Following optimization, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab also went through an optimization of their 835 process as well.
Banner and Cerner Continuous Improvement Delivery worked to optimize medication clinical decision support and dose range checking alerts.
House-wide CareAware Connect™ adoption helps increase staff communication, while Connect Nursing helps improve mobility and flexibility with bar code medication administration.
While most of the U.S. health care market inches toward value-based care, Roper St. Francis Healthcare in Charleston, South Carolina, has fully adopted the payment model as part of its more than 150-year-old mission: “Healing all people with compassion, faith and excellence.”
Cerner helped Lakeland Regional Health with the first round of an optimization project. Afterward, health system leaders took the lessons learned and continued the process.
Cerner Transition Services helped critical-access hospital decrease average A/R days, standard delay and ready-to-bill days following revenue cycle implementation.
With more health care services becoming digital, Banner Health is taking advantage of allowing third-party companies to fully interact within its electronic health record.
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research receive HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award of Excellence for proving it provides excellent care utilizing health information technology.
When it came to following up on abnormal lab results taken in the emergency department (ED), nurses at Sharp HealthCare spent too much time printing charts, collecting handwritten information and preparing packets for physicians.
The Asheville, N.C.-based health system added Cerner Patient Observer to six neurosciences unit patient beds in August 2015. During the study, the average falls rate – as measured per 1,000 patient days of care – dropped from four per month to zero.
Other efforts in the health system included alerts, education and clinical decision support which helped lower the number of opioid prescriptions given to patients.
Clinicians at Universal Health Services have developed an innovative tool to ensure patients who need an alternate feeding method get the right nutrients.
Cerner ITWorks client used Clairvia and CareAware Capacity Management to help manage nursing utilization while decreasing patient transfer and transport times.
Australia’s first fully integrated digital hospital used health information technology to help return thousands of nursing hours to bedside care, reduce hospital-acquired pressure injuries, decrease adverse drug events due to medication omissions, and standardize care to reduce length of stay for orthopedic patients.
Prescription drug monitoring program helps providers reduce prescribed opioids and increase the number of reports accessed by providers, while helping improve workflow.
Island Health leaders on Vancouver Island, Canada, knew they needed to find a way to simplify the process.
Solution embedded into the EHR helps providers see the cost of prescriptions and find lower-cost alternatives for patients.
Encompass Health, one of the largest providers of post-acute healthcare services in the U.S., paired with Cerner in 2009 to implement a post-acute electronic medical record (EMR) at each of its 133 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals across 37 states.
In addition to tracking patients, and scaling up in an emergency, leaders can pull reports to help them figure out how to improve throughput
The solution helped providers see when their young patients needed their vaccines, helped eliminate overtime, and helped identify which vaccines the hospital would need to pay for through a state program.
Northern Light Health worked with Cerner’s Continuous Improvement associates to improve documentation workflows and reduce transcription costs while decreasing chart time review.
When Midland Health leaders chose Cerner for its revenue cycle solutions, the health system saw improvement in financial metrics including discharged, not final billable days and accounts receivable.
When Adventist Health launched two new urgent care clinics, in addition to giving patients a new option, they also found ways to reduce time spent in the EHR, giving that time back to patients.
Truman Medical Centers shows how it used virtual observation to improve patient safety, reduced the 30-day readmission rate and promoted opioid stewardship. Only four other organizations have won the award twice.
With interoperability, Keck Medicine of USC providers have quick access to available patient data from outside organizations, and they incorporate that information into the local record to help make better treatment decisions.
Cerner ITWorksSM client used a data-driven approach to refine pharmacy batch fill processes and adjust staff schedules, ultimately reducing the organization’s IV obsolescence rate by more than 43% over three months.
When the Australian government provided a grant to open a fully integrated digital hospital with UnitingCare, leaders saw an opportunity to improve patient care and satisfaction, enhance provider workflows and progress operations in a unique way.
Nurses unfamiliar with documentation practices weren’t always completing forms correctly. Utilizing Lights On Network, clinical leaders significantly increased proper documentation procedures.
A project named the Open Access Initiative helped lower wait times to see physicians, and made it simpler for patients to book an appointment with a provider.
An effort to ease the burden on pharmacists resulted in reducing the number of unnecessary drug alerts by 41.5% while reducing the number of overridden alerts by 42%.
Now that most health care organizations have moved from pen and paper to electronic health records (EHRs), health systems face a new opportunity: incorporating machine learning to improve patient care.
Instead of a relying solely on in-person office visits, health systems are offering virtual health care visits to provide care when and where patients need it.
Pharmacists at MedStar Health could have spent decades manually implementing dose-range checking (DRC) to enhance patient safety across the organization’s entire medication catalog.
Embarking on a hospital-wide patient flow initiative helped staff decrease their discharge transport times by 25%.
BayCare Health system was one of the first organizations to take part in the new project to reduce documentation times for nurses. Face-up documentation fell by 48%, leading to an 11% reduction in overall clicks
After undertaking an initiative to improve their clean claim rate, staff at Goodall-Witcher Hospital Authority helped increase clean claims by 33.79 percent.
Real-Time Prescription Benefits helps physicians find their patients potential savings at the pharmacy.
Cerner ITWorks℠ client reduced patient falls and falls with injury while improving observation staff efficiency.
Program initiatives included updating technology for barcode scanning, implementing mobile scanning options, ensuring machines could accurately read barcodes and creating friendly competition among staff members.
Children’s National Health System improved quality outcomes in six categories by taking a snapshot of the patient population and receiving reports that highlighted gaps in patient care. Providers then used that information to focus on providing preventative measures.
When Pagosa Springs Medical Center started using data from its EHR for the 340B pharmacy program, it saved nearly $43,000 each month. It also reduced time and allowed staff to spend less time on record keeping.
Employees at Children’s National Health System can now utilize their ID badges as log-in credentials instead of entering a password. In addition, they can move from computer to computer and pick up right where they left off.
A new set of alerts built into the EHR allowed Yavapai Regional Medical Center to drop the number of patients who returned to the emergency department within 72 hours. In addition, social workers took an active role in supplying patients with tools they needed to stay healthy.
In addition to reducing time in the electronic health record and documentation, the coaches also helped contribute to regulatory reimbursements.
An evidence-based alert and targeted education helped align red blood cell transfusion practices, reduce transfusion rates and lower costs.
Objective data from Clairvia® supported a business case to add an additional 80 positions to help with nurse staffing at John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
An optimization project utilizing Cerner’s Continuous Advancement Services reduced duplicate charting for nurses while also improving access to patient information.
Practitioners at Atrium Health, with locations across North Carolina and South Carolina, found a way to try and slow down the epidemic by creating an alert within the organization's electronic health record (EHR) warning prescribers to reconsider writing a prescription opioid medication to patients with a high addiction risk.
West Tennessee Healthcare saved more than an estimated 8,000 hours annually from an optimization project which reduced the number of discrete task assays that nurses completed.
Leaders at Greensburg, Pennsylvania-based Excela Health knew they needed to find a new way to reduce sepsis mortality and average length of stay (ALOS) for sepsis patients.
St. Luke’s Hospital, an acute care facility serving the St. Louis, Missouri area, needed a way to make nursing care plans meaningful, interdisciplinary and a tool nurses want to use.
Women’s Hospital began leveraging technology to make sure nurses and midwives properly train mothers about the benefits of breastfeeding. This is part of an initiative to gain recognition from the World Health Organization.
Uniontown Hospital worked with Cerner to implement a solution which reduce the amount paid to a third-party transcription service.
In 2017, the care team at Crossbridge Behavioral Health experienced an increase in violence-risk assessments, timeliness of safety check documentation and medication administration scanning, while being able to connect to their patients’ health records from other Baptist Health facilities.
In late 2016, staff at Hospital Universitari Son Espases (HUSE), an 816-bed hospital located in Mallorca on the Balearic Islands off the Spanish coast, identified workflows that needed improvement.
Working with Cerner ITWorks, Winona Health was able to decrease drug costs by 5.5 percent.
Bryan Medical Center developed a way to utilize a central staffing office and a Cerner solution to meet staffing demands and ensure it always has the right amount of personnel working.
Solution implementation helps community improve quality measure rating.
Clinicians at Truman Medical Centers (TMC) are leveraging an innovative way to capture clinical photographs into their patients' records
Clinicians at Truman Medical Centers (TMC) are leveraging an innovative way to capture clinical photographs into their patients' records.
Boston Children’s Hospital providers are recording faster average transaction response times (ATRTs) after the hospital transitioned to a remote hosted option (RHO) in July 2017.
Starting in June 2015, the initiative used targeted data to focus on eligible Medicaid beneficiaries diagnosed with hypertension and diabetes, and those who were pregnant.
Revamped process helped reduce duplicate registration by more than 95 percent.
Utilizing Cerner Millennium®, along with other efforts helped medication reconciliation rates rise, while at the same helping minimize the amount of medication errors.
Atrium Health utilizes a 3-D motion tracking camera that can track patients’ movements and alert staff when a patient might fall. The solution also allows fewer staff members to keep tab on a larger number of patients.
Provider satisfaction and productivity increased with adjusted training and multi-waved implementation approach.
Implementing electronic check-in helped boost patient and staff satisfaction.
With the Child Protection - Information Sharing service in place at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, Cerner Millennium now automates searches and returns protection information quickly — saving time and providing more robust patient safety.
Showcasing impressive work in blood transfusions, virtual care and urgent care, Banner Health earned a HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award.
By switching to medication dispensing cabinets with a larger capacity, staff reduced the number of trips needed to refill carts by 29 percent. In addition to saving pharmacists time, it helped nurses who could now queue their medicines with one click.
Carroll County Memorial hospital (CCMH) utilizes Preventive Care Advisor to ensure Medicare patients receive all the tests they need in order to stay on top of their health. CCMH also allows patients to stay in touch with a health coordinator to continually monitor patients’ health.
Interdisciplinary team of MU Health Care staff help design and implement successful readmissions project
Providing easy access to information helped providers quickly access important medical records.
Virtual pharmacist can make recommendations to clinicians at more than 60 locations.
Cerner’s Rapid Response dashboard now allows nurses at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to work proactively when they’re dealing with people in critical care, reducing lengths of stays and improving the patient experience.
MOHAP participated in a call from the World Health Organization to track bacteria in an effort to confront a global health problem.
London-based Imperial implemented near real-time capturing of patient observations/vital signs directly into their electronic patient record, releasing time to patient care.
Autoverification allows most test results to automatically upload into the EHR. Now an employee only needs to step in when there is an irregular result.
After reducing redundant workflows in the admissions process, the staff at Rogers Behavioral Health could save up to 2.5 hours in their admission assessments process.
Using Cerner Clairvia℠, Midland Memorial experienced a 32 percent reduction in overall nursing turnover. Additionally, a decrease in nurse fatigue and change in culture increased nursing satisfaction.
Kansas City, Mo.-based ITWorks℠ client uses CareAware Connect™ to help improve nursing workflows.
Greater Cleveland area health center uses Cerner Readmission Prevention and Acute Case Management to help lower readmission rates.
Cerner health navigators utilized one-on-one outreach including personal emails and telephone calls to provide support and promote program resources. At the same time, tailored marketing communications also helped drive employee participation.
Implementing autoverification within PathNet® helped speed up lab turnaround times, benefiting both patients and staff. Autoverification helped turnaround time drop by an average of 31 percent at the main campus.