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by Geoff Segal
Published on 20 December 2016

Working closely with our NHS partners this year, our 460+ associates helped deliver benefits to staff and patients at a scale we have not done before. We helped our partners identify and treat sepsis faster, we integrated devices saving hundreds of hours of nursing time, we connected citizens across communities and enabled hospital staff and GPs to share data in real time improving the clinician and patient experience.

We are at the point now where we can prove the benefits of technology-enabled care at scale. We are extremely fortunate to work with 4 Global Digital Excellence exemplars, and in 2017 we will support their vision to expand digitisation, connect their health systems, engage patients in their care and reduce variance at scale.

Through 2017, as the sustainability and transformation programmes (STPs) start to find their legs, the points above will gain greater relevance on a number of fronts. Integrated data creates the opportunity for knowledge that can be acted on. Citizens are increasingly wanting access to their data and don’t want to have to be the data integrators in order to manage and share their data.

As the pressure on the health system is set to continue, citizens will take a more active role in their care management and health and this will require access to their data as, let’s be clear, it is their data.

There is a staggering amount to go do and Cerner associates are key participants in helping the NHS, through the 21 Trusts that have chosen us as their partner, to perform better against the immense task of delivering world class healthcare services to 60 million people every single day. Being patients ourselves, we are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the NHS and the hospitals in our local community.

Cerner selected for NHS framework to support integrated care and population health

by Cerner UK
18 September 2018
Integrated Care Systems (ICS) and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) aim to deliver the best possible quality of health and care, shift to value-based care and proactively improve outcomes for their populations. These transformation initiatives can now be more easily supported by sourcing a range of innovative services and technologies through NHS England’s new Health Systems Support Framework (HSSF). Cerner are proud to have been selected for all six of our submitted ‘lots’ on the new framework.

Cerner teams up with North London Partners STP to share records and improve health and wellbeing for 1.5 million citizens

by Cerner UK
20 August 2018
Cerner is pleased to announce a new collaboration with North London Partners (NLP), a partnership of health and care organisations across five London boroughs. The alliance will connect care information, share records, and apply advanced intelligence across North London to support NLP’s population health management initiatives, covering almost 1.5 million citizens.

New partnership with IDA Ireland bolsters our commitment to drive innovation and advance population health intelligence

by Cerner UK
16 July 2018
It is with great joy that we announce our plans to significantly grow our Dublin hub for research and development. Working with the support of the Irish Government through IDA Ireland, we will create 50 new roles focused on R&D and the improvement of data intelligence and population health management for our European clients.

Cerner to support delivery of smarter, better care at the Countess of Chester Hospital

by Cerner UK
2 July 2018
We are excited to announce we recently signed a 15-year deal with the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for their new EPR system. Having been named as a Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) ‘Fast Follower’ of Wirral University Teaching Hospital, the Countess is now moving away from paper-based notes as part of its commitment to providing safe, kind and effective care in the digital era.