Cerner Corporation has been named best in Client Service and Technical Support by health IT market research organisation Black Book for the fourth year in a row. As Cerner supports clients through the next era of healthcare digitisation, this achievement signals our continued commitment to enhancing the client experience and meeting the needs of an evolving, complex industry.
Cerner and our partners are committed to clinical excellence and improving the health and wellbeing of children and their families around the world. Our services and solutions are designed to meet the challenges inherent in children’s care at present and into the future.
Realise the benefits of sharing a domain with another organisation by taking a tried and tested option that is patient-centred, designed for the future and will support value-based care.
By leveraging aggregated, normalised and standardised data across the community, we can provide healthcare facilities with a comprehensive suite of real-time, in-workflow and data-driven decision support capabilities.
Sharing information nationally helps staff to quickly see if there are any concerns about child safeguarding or FGM when young patients come into their care - together with Cerner and NHS Digital, Milton Keynes Hospital is leading the way.
With access to accurate, real-time information, pharmacists in Bradford are now better equipped to support their clinicians with medicines advice, helping them provide the best possible care to their patients.
A pair of Yorkshire Foundation Trusts work together to manage the flow of patients that visit their sites to allow better communication, greater efficiency and an improved experience for both staff and patients.
Removing paper in favour of connected and accessible digital information is a core component of modern, high-quality healthcare. Having been about 80% digital in 2016, Imperial have since embarked on a five-year journey to become fully paper free by 2021, in part through their Cerner Millennium electronic patient record (EPR). Linda Watts, the Trust’s GDE programme manager, took some time to share the process, benefits and challenges of going paper free at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Having immediate and remote access to a patient’s electrocardiogram (ECG) within a single integrated digital record allows clinicians to treat patients quicker, thereby improving outcomes. This helps to save time, improve flow and provide a positive patient experience.
Working in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, RFL have developed a pathway to keep more mothers and newborns together following their birth.
by Soomal Mohsin-Shaikh
25 September 2020
Soomal Mohsin-Shaikh is a PhD student at the UCL School of Pharmacy. In the first of two Cerner blogs, Soomal shares her experience as a junior pharmacist and how it encouraged her to explore the ways introducing electronic prescribing and medication administration (ePMA) in the hospital context changes workflow and communication around the use of medications, and how these changes can facilitate improvements in the safety and quality of medication management.
by Cerner UK
10 September 2020
Cerner Corporation is pleased to announce a new relationship with Hampshire and Isle of Wight (HIOW) health and care system to enable their population health management journey to transform the planning and delivery of health and care services across the region.
by Prof. Louise Hicks
17 August 2020
When implementing a new system, it can be notoriously difficult to engage staff. But when Barts Health NHS Trust in London went live with e-nursing records last year, it became an opportunity to boost the morale of the staff. In this edition of the Cerner blog, we hear from Professor Louise Hicks, CNIO and director of development at Barts Health NHS Trust, about how the success of their rollout was boosted by positive staff engagement throughout the process.
by Ryan Irwin
23 July 2020
Improving population health requires multiple interventions over time, tailored to meet the needs of individuals at each stage of their life, whilst simultaneously reducing the inequalities that exist in health outcomes across a population.1 The need for a sharpened focus on population health has increased following the global onset of COVID-19. As well as recognising the human impact of loss, the pandemic has surfaced existing social inequalities, specifically how health outcomes can vary from one population to another.