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.
St James’s Hospital, Ireland’s largest acute hospital, has reached an important milestone in their digital journey over the weekend of Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 October. All inpatient encounters which were previously recorded on paper will now be recorded electronically on the hospital’s electronic health record (EHR) system, Cerner Millennium.
Hear Cork University Maternity Hospital’s Orla Sheehan discussing how Ireland’s nationwide Maternal and Newborn Clinical Management System (MN-CMS) is a real gamechanger for all involved.
Cerner is very proud to partner with the Health Service Executive (HSE) to deliver MN-CMS, and would like to congratulate everyone who has been involved with the successful first phase. Forty per cent of all babies are now born with a digital health record, for life. Ultimately, this internationally unique project will connect all maternity facilities across Ireland, helping provide safe and connected care for all of Ireland's mums and babies through pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.