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by Oracle Cerner
Published on August 12, 2022

Hospitals and health systems from coast to coast continue to trust Oracle Cerner to enhance the patient and caregiver experiences. From April to June 2022, Cerner executed more than 161 new, extended, or expanded contracts. This includes 11 new clients who chose Cerner technology and products.


As announced in May, a collaboration with Freemone and Elligo Health Research is supporting clinical trials aimed at advancing early cancer detection, one of the first cancer screening trials available to the rapidly growing Oracle Cerner Learning Health Network. This collaboration uses the research-activated network of health systems, real-world data (RWD), and Freenome’s multiomics technology to help accelerate the critical speed needed to detect some cancers before progressive advancement in disease stage or metastasis.


Encompass Health, a national leader in integrated healthcare services with a network of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and home health and hospice agencies, recently extended their contract another 10 years to add voice technology, remote hosting, and application managed services to help its providers continue to deliver and receive care leveraging their existing suite of Oracle Cerner solutions. Encompass also recently went live with Cerner Millennium at its 150th inpatient rehab facility.

ClearSky Health, a premier rehabilitative healthcare provider, began working with Cerner in 2019 and has now expanded their contract an additional five years to support nine additional facilities. Cerner’s electronic health record (EHR) for rehabilitation providers supports continuity, helping clinicians understand a patient’s journey from admission to discharge. This Software as a Service (SaaS) solution also helps caregivers document the treatment received throughout a patient’s stay and create a comprehensive patient record.


Oracle Cerner continues to see significant growth with CommunityWorksSM supporting the needs of rural, critical access and community hospitals, with 11 new clients signed since April.

Breckinridge Healtha 25-bed critical access hospital located in Kentucky, had this to say about their selection of Oracle Cerner:


“We chose Oracle Cerner CommunityWorks because they understand the challenges of successful implementation in a Critical Access Hospital and are prepared to help overcome them,” said Angel Portman, CEO at Breckinridge Health, Inc. “Based on past conversion experience finding the ‘best’ technical product wasn’t our only goal, we wanted a partner who could help us properly install, learn and use the system. After live demonstrations and the ease of going through the modules we became convinced CommunityWorks is a solid choice to help meet all our needs.”


Additional new clients include:


  • Center for Orthopedic Reconstruction & Excellence (CORE) is a 25-bed acute care hospital located in Oklahoma. CORE believes the integration and interoperability that comes with the CommunityWorks suite will help them fulfill their mission “to be the preferred provider of healthcare in Oklahoma by making a positive difference in every life we are privileged to touch.”


  • Cardinal Medical Center of Lancaster is a 35-bed surgical specialty hospital located in Pennsylvania.This 10-year agreement with Oracle Cerner will provide an experience delivering the patient record and analytics for proactive patient outreach through preventative programs.


  • Hamilton Healthcare System, a 25-bed critical access hospital with 3 rural health clinics, specialty clinics for behavioral health, wound care, general and orthopedic surgery, a Wellness Center and EMS service located in Hamilton, Texas.Hamilton selected Oracle Cerner for the state-of-the-art technology and to align with their vision of pursuing excellence in their quest to be the best rural hospital in Texas.


  • Gonzales Healthcare Systems (GHS), a 33-bed community hospital with four ambulatory clinics spreading across Gonzales, Waelder, and Shiner, Texas. GHS plans to consolidate multiple EHR systems into a single approach with Cerner CommunityWorks.


  • Sarah D. Culbertson Memorial Hospital (CMH) is a 15-bed critical access hospital with three clinics located in Illinois. CMH is excited to consolidate electronic health record systems and join the CommunityWorks family. Oracle Cerner is displacing CPSI in the hospital, eClincalWorks in the clinics, Redoc in rehab, and a niche emergency department solution.