Ensuring end user access, supporting clinical workflows.
The discovery stage is a data driven review of organisational technology needs, benchmarked against international standards and the standards of best in class organisations. This results in a prioritised roadmap focusing on the most appropriate investments and initiatives for your organisation.
During the transformation stage, Cerner and the client team will implement all the agreed recommendations and initiatives from the discovery stage. The scope of such an implementation will inevitably vary due to the specifics of the findings and the business priorities to be addressed at each organisation.
At this stage, the focus is on consolidation and adoption of the improvements achieved during the transformation stage. It is vital to embed the workflow changes of the project in order to realise the benefits of your investment and the partnership with Cerner.
The digital maturity level of healthcare organizations has significantly increased over the last 10 years. Clinical practice across venues of care is forever more reliant on enabling-IT solutions and applications.
“I can’t imagine doing an upgrade alone – it would be impossible.”
— Debbie Cook, systems analyst, Altanticare Health Systems
IT analysts throughout Methodist Health System say their recent seamless software conversion was a direct result of using Cerner’s upgrade centre.
At the CHIME CIO Forum in 2016, two national healthcare organisations honoured University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia, Mo. for its exceptional work in healthcare informatics.
The sepsis agent is named after our first Cerner client, St John Health System in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In honour of our first partner helping lead the vision, our first early warning alert system is also named after St John.
No, the alert is an indicator of possible sepsis. It is notifying the nurse that the patient has signs indicative of sepsis. The patient care order is not diagnosing the patient but instead giving guidance that the patient should be assessed for sepsis criteria.
The alert will only fire to nurses who have an active relationship with the patient. This is typically the bedside nurse.
Yes, each facility can set their own reference ranges for each and sepsis clinical concept.
When a patient meets 2/5 SIRS criteria + 1 sign of organ dysfunction. SIRS criteria includes: temperature, heart rate (pulse rate), respiratory rate, glucose, WBC and bands. Organ dysfunction criteria includes: total bilirubin, creatinine, lactic acid, systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure.
These clinical events include total bilirubin, creatinine, lactic acid, systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure.
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