by Cerner UK | 4 December 2018
Västra Götalandsregionen (VGR) and Cerner Sweden have signed an agreement for a comprehensive digital healthcare environment for care providers in the region, including specialised and primary care. The solution will be implemented across 17 hospitals and 200 primary care centres.
by Cerner UK
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.
by Jagwant Grewal
24 May 2017
In the first post of a two-part series, Jag Grewal from the population health team outlines challenges faced by the NHS and how population health management can provide the solutions they need.
by Claire Delplancq
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.
by Claire Delplancq
27 January 2017
London is calling! The Collaboration Forum 2017 (#CernerCF17) will be taking place in our London office from Monday 13th March to Thursday 16th March and is open to all our clients, prospects and associates. If you are not familiar with the Collaboration Forum (CF) and are wondering why you should attend, keep reading
by Dr. Joshua Vande Hey
18 January 2017
The University of Leicester and Cerner have just completed a collaborative pilot project funded by the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to explore potential for integrating environmental data such as weather and air pollution data into Cerner’s population health platform.
by Lisa Butler
30 November 2016
Health and wellbeing is central to what we do at Cerner. Showing a commitment to our associates, and demonstrating that we are promoting a wellbeing culture within the workplace is vital to what we do. Healthier and happier associates mean a better working environment which in turn allows us to be able to achieve our own objectives and that of the business.
by Tim James
6 September 2016
Tim has been a paediatric nurse for 17 years and still practices in the NHS. He has worked in the Paediatric E.D, PICU, Surgical Pre-assessment, Bed Management and as a Clinical Informatics lead for an NHS Trust in the UK. He joined Cerner in March 2015 as a Clinical Consultant in the transformation team.
by Pete Hughes
1 September 2016
Pete studied Pharmacy at the Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University. He has practiced as a Pharmacist at different Trusts across the country for over 4 years. He joined Cerner in 2013 as a Delivery Consultant for Cerner’s ePMA solution
by Claire Delplancq
9 August 2016
CHC is created specifically for health care and information technology professionals, just like you! The event is designed to be immersive, experiential and inspiring. Through a mix of networking events, education sessions, solution exploration and presentations covering a range of pertinent topics and specialist subjects, we will explore the big questions and challenges we all face in the health care industry.
by Dayton Moore
14 July 2016
Royals General Manager and Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Dayton Moore is in his 10th season with the Kansas City Royals*. From Day 1, the goal Dayton set out to accomplish was bringing a Baseball World Series championship back to Kansas City, a dream brought to fruition in 2015 when the Royals bested the New York Mets in five games to win the franchise’s first World Series championship in 30 years. Cerner Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of the Board Cliff Illig sat down with Dayton to find out how culture, a focus on vision and a plan led to the Royals’ dramatic turnaround.
by Andrea Dantas
6 July 2016
Andrea trained as a general surgeon in Brazil and practiced at Santa Casa Hospital in Sao Paulo before moving to the UK. She joined Cerner in 2006 as a Healthcare Executive after completing her Master’s degree in Healthcare Management at Imperial College in London.
by Claire Delplancq
1 April 2016
With more than 400 attendees, 35 client led education sessions, 17 countries represented and the 1st ever European Cerner Physician Community (CPC) meeting the Collaboration Forum 2016 was a real success. This event gave attendees the opportunity to discuss the
by Richard Francken
7 March 2016
In the strive for improving patient care the availability of correct patient data is a crucial component. We are constantly working to ensure that your medical history is available to those who need it the most when you need it the most, as it could be a matter of life or death.
by Dr. Jim Bender
23 February 2016
In March 2014, the Right Honourable Jeremy Hunt, MP, England’s Secretary of State for Health, visited Virginia Mason, in Seattle, as part of the Sign Up to Safety campaign. In the same month, Jim Bender, MD, delivered a keynote speech in London at the Cerner Collaboration Forum 2014, describing how the tragic death of a Virginia Mason patient — caused by a preventable medical error — became the catalyst for the organisation’s renewed focus on patient safety more than ten years ago.
by Dr Leonard Fuhry
17 February 2016
Dr Leonard Fuhry, Senior Physician in the Neurological Department at Klinikum Ingolstadt, discusses how his organisation is improving stroke patient outcomes by integrating and connecting vital patient data across 15 hospitals in rural Bavaria.