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Oracle completes acquisition of Cerner
Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) announced that a majority of the outstanding shares (the “Shares”) of Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN) were validly tendered, and the other conditions to the tender offer have been satisfied or waived.
Cerner digitisation impact in India hits one million
Cerner is on a path to enhance patient outcomes and improve healthcare across India through digitalisation. Alongside our partners, we are making great strides to achieve this goal.
India’s Karuna Trust leverages recent Cerner digitization to help respond to COVID-19 surge
A second wave of COVID-19 has spread rapidly in India, with more than 31.65 million people infected and more than 400,000 dead. As the world’s second most populous country battles the virus and tries to stem the tide of new cases, Cerner has helped clinics in India go digital to help them become more efficient.
The remote transformation of Ontario healthcare during the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every aspect of life to adapt, not least healthcare. While the focus has understandably been on the frontline, longer-term strategies have needed to continue as well, something that Cerner and TransForm Shared Service Organization (TSSO) have achieved around the shores of Lake St Clair, Ontario, with the e-VOLVE major remote go-live project.
Banner Health’s ambulatory providers on pace to save thousands of hours annually after implementing Cerner’s Essential Clinical Dataset
As ambulatory care continues to evolve as one of the fastest growing sectors in healthcare, maximizing clinic efficiency becomes critical. One step leaders at Banner Health are taking to improve efficiency at their outpatient clinics is streamlining their adult intake form. Working with Cerner and multiple healthcare organizations as part of the Essential Clinical Dataset (ECD) group, ambulatory clinicians inventoried each field on the form and removed unnecessary fields.
Children’s Mercy Kansas City Project HOPE training helps streamline provider documentation efficiency
For years, the computerization of practice has been a leading cause for provider burnout. In fact, a recent study from Medscape reported that a quarter of surveyed providers said documentation requirements in their electronic health record (EHR) were their primary reason for feeling overwhelmed.