Our clients are some of the most innovative in healthcare.
Every day and around the world, organisations are leveraging Cerner to advance their strategic goals and bring value to their staff, patients and communities. Whether it’s reducing costs, improving outcomes, or maximising efficiency, Cerner is committed to relentlessly advancing our clients’ success. We’re honoured to work with these organisations and share their recent achievements.
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As part of the accreditation as a Global Digital Exemplar (GDE), Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) were required to achieve HIMSS Stage 6 at one of their hospital sites. The main outstanding piece of work required to achieve this goal was to implement positive drug identification (PDID) and to maintain a minimum of 50% adoption across the site to demonstrate closed-loop medication.
The team at St George’s combined theoretical teaching with practical use of ePMA, transforming the delivery to improve the experience for junior doctors and also to better cement learning.
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.
A pair of Yorkshire Foundation Trusts work together to manage the flow of patients that visit their sites to allow better communication, greater efficiency and an improved experience for both staff and patients.
The Trust is able to improve patients’ outcomes and save hundreds of hours each week by integrating individuals’ ECG results into their digital records.
A partnership of health and care providers in Wirral, a peninsular in north-west England with approximately 320,000 residents, is seeing dramatic changes in the way they plan and deliver care.
Using the nationwide Maternal and Newborn Clinical Management System (MN-CMS), hospitals in Cork and Kerry were able to improve the process and reduce the time taken to recruit expectant mothers into clinical trials that could be used for a range of maternity studies.
Cerner VitalsLink® supports Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust by increasing efficiency, and reducing the risk of duplication and human error. This means that clinicians will have the right information to hand and be able to spend more time providing direct patient care.
Cerner HIE connects multiple stakeholders, EHRs and other patient systems across different settings and services, including the region’s primary care, acute, community and mental health, and social services. This provides a consolidated view of patients’ longitudinal records, and by using real-time connectivity, provides users with up-to-date and relevant clinical information.
In an effort to provide more efficient, effective care, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Imperial) implemented near real-time capturing of patient observations/vital signs directly into their electronic patient record, releasing an estimated 5,800+ nursing hours to patient care over a 15-month period.
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.
Making the final push to go completely paperless in order to improve access to information, and free up staff and space at the same time.
Through the integration of speech recognition technology within their Cerner Millennium® EHR, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is saving £180K annually on transcription costs and have reduced their clinical letter turnaround by over two weeks, providing a better experience for both clinicians and patients.
The Vital 5 refers to five risk factors that have a major impact on health at an individual and population level, and by focusing on measuring them as standard and then on controlling them, people can live healthier, longer lives whilst also reducing health inequalities across the population.
Using population health data to identify individuals at risk of health inequalities has proven to be a targeted, proactive approach to identifying and treating underlying health conditions.
Using the Elective Recovery analytics dashboard, the team at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust set out to determine how all residents could gain access to equitable care.
Using HealtheIntent®, and predictive risk analytics, Healthy Wirral Partners were able to convey meaningful public health messages directly to those who would benefit most from COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations.
North Lewisham Primary Care Network in London has developed an innovative programme to address health inequalities, placing co-production and community engagement at the centre.
The Cerner population health platform, HealtheIntent®, allows data to come together and allow the promotion of good health and disease prevention during pregnancy and after delivery.
Providers across east London are securely sharing citizens’ health and care data across the integrated care system (ICS) using the Cerner Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform.
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 to create a longitudinal record for each patient, target interventions, and impact health outcomes.
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.
With access to accurate, real-time information, pharmacists in Bradford are now better equipped to support their clinicians with medicines advice, helping them provide the best possible care to their patients.
Powered by Cerner Millennium®, Ireland's nationwide MN-CMS project has seen the successful completion of its first phase. This means 40 percent of the country's babies are now born with a digital record, enabling a virtually paperless process through antenatal visits, labour and delivery, and post-partum care, regardless of the venue of care.
Electronic prescribing and medication administration functionality is helping clinicians at the Royal Free London to care for their patients more safely.
An algorithm is allowing GPs in Lewisham to identify people in the area who are living with unidentified diabetes. By doing so, treatment and management are able to begin sooner, potentially resulting in fewer health complications in the future, meaning a better experience for the people involved.
Cerner’s Rapid Response dashboard now allows nurses at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to work proactively when they’re dealing with people in critical care, reducing lengths of stays and improving the patient experience.
Place-based partnership of health and care organisations work together to develop a dashboard to reduce the risks associated with polypharmacy.
Sharing digital images of skin conditions from primary care directly with consultants at the hospital is helping reduce avoidable attendance, improve clinic utilisation and reduce waiting times for those most in need.
Sharing information nationally helps staff to quickly see if there are any concerns about child safeguarding or FGM when young patients come into their care - together with Cerner and NHS Digital, Milton Keynes Hospital is leading the way.
Working in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, RFL have developed a pathway to keep more mothers and newborns together following their birth.
By utilising Cerner’s Health Information Exchange, St Joseph’s Hospice in East London can access relevant information about their patients more quickly. This allows them to streamline the end-of-life care they provide, giving staff the opportunity to spend more time with their patients.
Staff at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (SASH) are now able to dedicate more time to patient care, after becoming the first Cerner Trust in the UK to use Child Protection – Information (CP-IS) to speed up the process of checking essential information for vulnerable child patients.