With a focus on being clinically driven and fulfilling the promise of the electronic health record (EHR), Oracle Cerner remains a global leader based on EHR market share.
Ensuring that patient pathways are digitally enabled and person centred is critical to tackling the elective backlog, writes Patricia Wynn.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) announced that a majority of the outstanding shares (the “Shares”) of Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN) were validly tendered, and the other conditions to the tender offer have been satisfied or waived.
Tim James is a nursing executive with Cerner. He has many years of experience as a paediatric nurse working in the NHS, and is co-chair of the RCN’s eHealth Forum. He shares his passion for making the EPR sustainable with Digital Health.
Podcast | Using real-life examples, this podcast features Dr Debbie Phillips, CCIO of Milton Keynes Hospital in the UK, and Dr Ahmed AbuSalah, healthcare intelligence and informatics officer at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Saudi Arabia, as they share insights from their recent experience and offer their outlooks on the future of healthcare.
Healthy Wirral Partners and local primary care network clinical pharmacists have been working together with Cerner to co-develop and implement digital tools to support improved medicines management and safety through personalised interventions with residents.
North Lewisham Primary Care Network in London has developed an innovative programme to address health inequalities.
As part of the accreditation as a Global Digital Exemplar, Oxford University Hospitals were required to achieve HIMSS Stage 6 at one of their hospital sites.
The team at St George’s combined theoretical teaching with practical use of ePMA, transforming the delivery to improve the experience for junior doctors and also to better cement learning.
The Cerner population health platform, HealtheIntent®, allows data to come together and allow the promotion of good health and disease prevention during pregnancy and after delivery.
Place-based partnership of health and care organisations work together to develop a dashboard to reduce the risks associated with polypharmacy.
Utilising voice recognition tools within their EPR is helping Oxford to reduce costs and letter turnaround time in their outpatient departments, as well as improve their clinician's experiences.