Whether you refer to it as an electronic health record (EHR), electronic patient record (EPR) or electronic medical record (EMR), it all boils down to one thing – having a single source of truth for your patients’ information.
Our EHR is Cerner Millennium® and it is the basis for all our core clinical solutions. As well as keeping patient information updated in real-time, it provides you with secure access wherever and whenever you need it, putting an end to siloed data stored on paper or standalone computer systems.
Supporting your own clinical skills, you can utilise our solutions to help improve patient care. By offering speedier, safer and more efficient care, your organisation will benefit, your job will become easier, and patients will experience better health outcomes.
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.
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.
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“… The solutions that we currently have at Croydon tend to provide… seamless care so… all the patients’ records… can be accessed anywhere throughout the Trust. That decreases morbidity and it also improves patients’ outcomes, which means a better patient experience.”
— Makeba Nash, chief nursing information officer, Croydon Health Services NHS Trust
The Patient Portal empowers individuals to be proactive in their health and care management with a solution that integrates with the EHR and their longitudinal record. Our Patient Portal allows people to communicate with their care team through secure messaging to book or change appointments, view clinical information, request refills, update information and send files.
Document as a by-product of care and follow the physician’s cognitive process through the use of: free text, voice recognition, code words and structured documentation – without having to leave the patient’s chart.
Dynamic worklist/registry worklist
Identify subsets of patients to gather relevant information and take action on those findings.
Dragon voice recognition
Easily integrate Dragon voice recognition into our EHR and enable real-time physician documentation using speech recognition that makes note capture three times faster than typing.
To ensure success in today’s healthcare environment, your solutions must tightly integrate into the clinical process. When clinical and operational data all work together, costs are minimised, quality outcomes are maximised, and organisations can ultimately better manage the health and care of their populations.
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