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by Cerner UK
Published on 19 July 2017

Helping people – that’s why Cerner and the NHS do what we do.

One of the most poignant stories we have heard was from sepsis campaigner, Melissa Mead, who lost her son as he wasn’t diagnosed in time. You’ll find the two parts of her tale below.

Together, Cerner and you – the fabulous staff of the NHS – can help prevent other families from suffering the same devastating loss that Melissa’s did.

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by Cerner UK
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Over 500 clients and associates recently attended the annual European Collaboration Forum in London. Major themes included nursing leadership, population health and data intelligence, and the value of patient centred care.

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by Safinaz Carrim
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Safinaz has an Accountancy qualification, and has worked in different finance roles in her career. She started working for Cerner in 2016 as financial specialist for UK and Ireland.

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Meet us - Claire talks about her experience as a patient

by Claire Delplancq
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Senior Communications Partner Claire Delplancq shares her own patient story beginning with the discovery of an ovarian tumor through the development of regular breast cysts, and how NHS Trusts like Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London used Cerner’s.

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Engaged Empathy in Health Care

by Priti Lakhani
22 June 2017
Priti Lakhani talks about empathy in healthcare.

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