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.
CHC19 takes place in Kansas City later this year, and you could be there to discover the now and next of health and care. The main agenda occurs between 7-9 October, with a dedicated day for non-U.S. clients taking place the day before. Tailored registration packages are available, and you can register until 6 September.
Cerner and our partners are committed to clinical excellence and improving the health and wellbeing of children and their families around the world. Our services and solutions are designed to meet the challenges inherent in children’s care at present and into the future. We seek to work closely with our clients to enable innovations that drive continuous improvements that deliver on the Quadruple Aim - better experiences for patients and clinicians, reduced costs, and better health.
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.
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Cerner and Irish healthcare authorities have been in constant collaboration to support citizens’ wellbeing for over a decade – and the partnership is just getting started. Imagine a care delivery model where illness is predicted, and preventative measures suggested to both the citizen and their care providers are part of their working practice and lifestyles.