The i.s.h.med® of today is light years away from the one that was developed in the mid-1990s – it has evolved into a global health care platform that provides full integration between clinical and operational workflows, courtesy of Cerner’s partnership with SAP.
Supporting care for COVID-19 patient treatment – how Cerner’s solutions can help you now.
As a leading global health care technology company, Cerner has the very important responsibility of protecting the health and safety of our associates, and the well-being of our clients and communities.
Two companies and world-class leaders working together isn’t just about the two companies. The combination of technical expertise, data analytics, and knowledge of health care at Cerner and SAP is ideal to drive transformation in the world of the electronic health record (EHR).
Alone, an anniversary is a joyous event. It is an opportunity to pause, look back, gather, and move forward with new energy. But in the case of our EHR i.s.h.med®, it is even more: we are celebrating not only a 25-year success story, which began with one installation in three countries, and is far from being over with around 700 clients in over 35 nations nowadays. Rather, we are also facing the next step in development and the next generation of i.s.h.med. But more on that later.
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We believe that the best way to manage the health of a population is one person at a time. By turning data into knowledge, people and their care providers can work more efficiently and effectively together, cultivating a mindset of proactive health, rather than reactive care. Cerner’s strategy with clients for population health management is to know your population in order to focus attention, to find and engage citizens to take an active role, and to actively manage each individual to improve their health and wellbeing.