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by Claire Delplancq
Published on 8 March 2017

After attending an inspirational talk or an education session with other healthcare professionals, why not take a walk through the Solutions Gallery and improve your knowledge of all our solutions and services? During the three days of the Collaboration Forum 2017 you will have the opportunity to explore the Solutions Gallery and access tours showing workflows based on real-life scenarios. All presentations will revolve around this year’s theme, Creating Healthier Stories. You can learn more about the various functionalities of the following solutions:

  • Open Platforms - SMART on FHIR
  • Maternity
  • Nursing experience
  • Critical Care
  • Physician experience
  • Home Care
  • Medications Management
  • Emergency Department
  • Mental Health
  • Population Health Management
  • Research

… and many more!

What’s new in 2017?

This year you will have the chance to meet Audrey! During 60 minutes you will discover the “art of the possible” based on a surgical workflow which covers a number of acute and community care aspects with Audrey Dale, a 67-year-old recently retired primary school teacher and grandmother of 5. You will be able to see how partnership between organisations creates better patient experiences and outcomes

We hope to see you soon at #CernerCF17!

You can find the detailed agenda here!

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