Integrated care systems have a key focus on improving population health outcomes and reducing health inequalities between different groups within their local area.
By working together and utilising the ‘four Is’, health and care systems can build a fairer system with less unwarranted variation. Andrew Moran explains how this population health management approach could work.
“I am delighted to have been appointed to the board of NICE and look forward to contributing my health informatics experience to the growing evidence-based, data-driven needs of our rapidly evolving health and social care system."
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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.
by Cerner UK
19 April 2021
Cerner Corporation and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT) have signed an agreement to implement an electronic health records (EHR) platform across the Trust. The EHR, supported by Cerner Millennium®, will replace paper-based records and other electronic processes, enabling access to a single, reliable, and integrated source of clinical information. Once implemented, the platform will provide clinicians with instant and secure access to a patient’s history and treatments, and as result, will help them make better and informed decisions based on specific patient needs.
by Cerner UK
14 April 2021
London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust and The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have signed an agreement with Cerner to implement an integrated electronic health record (EHR)
by Cerner UK
10 March 2021
Since its initial go-live in March 2020, the GNCR initiative has hit a number of subsequent milestones. To date, nearly 8,000 care professionals – spanning adult social care, primary care, out of hours, ambulance, mental health, community and acute care settings – are regularly accessing an increasingly comprehensive and holistic aggregation of records in HIE.
COVID-19 has prompted innovation amongst many, including Lewisham Health and Care Partners (LHCP), who have used population health and care tools to help them identify and protect vulnerable people in their area.
Discover how a partnership of health and social care providers in London is using Cerner’s suite of population health management tools to connect and normalise data from multiple systems across the ICS.
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.
The team at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, working with Cerner, have been on a journey to identify and treat sepsis quicker and more effectively by realising the benefits of technological support.
Patients and clinicians at Kingston are seeing the benefits of Cerner’s new Red Flag sepsis alert – aligned to NICE and UK Sepsis Trust Red Flag sepsis standards.
A strong, NHS-focussed patient administration system (PAS) is the cornerstone for all activity across the hospital and is an integral part of the electronic patient record (EPR). Since deploying Cerner's new PAS, as part of their Millennium EPR, the team at Oxford are saving time, reducing the number of clicks and have even seen a visible reduction in the length of outpatient queues.