Data is key to helping us better understand COVID-19 and be more proactive in preventing its serious complications. The Cerner Learning Health Network™(LHN) provides researchers with real-world, de-identified data from a nationwide network of diverse health systems.
In this episode, Sue Martin, vice president, financial alignment at Cerner, and Rick Gundling, senior vice president, professional practice at HFMA, discuss the impact that COVID-19 has had on consumerism.
In this episode, David Harse, vice president and general manager, consumer engagement, Cerner, is joined by Allison Hess, vice president, health innovations, Geisinger, for a conversation around wellness and addressing inequities in healthcare.
In this episode, five Cerner leaders, Matthew Pickett, senior director, marketing and corporate affairs, Colin Fincham, M.D., senior director and chief medical officer, Dan Catt, director and nursing executive, and healthcare executives Patience Chinwadzimba and Tim James, have a conversation about returning to the frontlines as a nurse in the UK during COVID-19.
Technology and data can help streamline the COVID-19 process for patients and providers.
In this episode, leaders from Cerner and Olathe Health discuss how organizations can protect against vaccine distribution-related cybersecurity risks.
Lu de Souza, MD, chief medical officer, Cerner, and Tom Lawrie, MD, chief medical officer, Sharp HealthCare have a conversation about healthcare leadership.
Initiatives put in place during COVID-19 responses can drive health innovations post-pandemic.
Proactive, coordinated leadership has been key to successful COVID-19 response.
We usually think of creativity in the context of visual art or music, but the pandemic is showing us it’s also the hallmark of effective healthcare leadership.
Julie Crouse of NorthBay Healthcare discusses the value of connected technology and data in times of extreme crisis.
These 13 blogs, podcasts and client stories provide a timeline of the many ways COVID-19 has shaped the now and next in healthcare.
The growing interconnectivity of devices, business partners and health systems make cybersecurity everyone’s concern – and everyone’s responsibility.
Digital technology and public policy are powerful levers for driving positive change in health care.
Cerner leaders discuss the role of technology and data in the U.K.’s successful COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
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.
Care providers must understand the ramifications of COVID-19 for their digital health function and agenda — and how information technology can address the challenges and opportunities of their “new normal.”
With the help of systems and technology, providers can better oversee their mass COVID-19 vaccination programs and get doses to the people who need them most – safer and faster.
In this episode, Cerner global leaders discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the world’s second most populous country.
In this episode, Cerner global leaders Matthew Pickett and Colin Fincham, M.D., are joined by Jason Tee, M.D., of Cerner Malaysia to discuss Asia's yearlong effort to tackle COVID-19.
From worsening COVID-19 surges to economic distress and political and social unrest, people around the world are facing turbulent times, and it’s taking a toll on our mental health.
National Rural Health Day is a time to celebrate the nearly one in five Americans who live in rural communities, the health care organizations and providers who serve these rural populations and the community members who help make their towns healthier.
Health care providers are using data and tech tools to strategically schedule their workforce and help avoid a staffing shortage during the pandemic.
As many of the industry’s brightest minds gather virtually Oct. 13-14 for CHC 2020, there will be a lot of conversations about the long-term impact of COVID-19.
In this episode, Cerner global leaders Matthew Pickett and Colin Fincham, MD, are joined by Mohamed AI Rayyes, MD, senior physician executive, Cerner Middle East & Africa.
In this episode, global leaders at Cerner provide insights into Sweden's strategy for tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode, global leaders at Cerner discuss Australia's approach to battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Systems Innovation are using digital health data to build predictive models of disease risk that could improve treatment and outcomes.
In this episode, health care thought leader John Glaser and Cerner's Dr. Tanuj Gupta discuss the impact that COVID-19 is having on artificial intelligence and machine learning in health care.
In this episode, Cerner's Matthew Pickett and Dr. Colin Fincham discuss the international impact of COVID-19.
These health care and IT leaders share the lessons they’ve learned so far from the pandemic and how it’s shaping the future of care.
COVID-19 has encouraged us all to be more globally aware — while also focusing on the risks close at hand in our local communities.
Employers worldwide are feeling the impact of COVID-19, and many believe virtual health will play a significant role in how care is delivered to their workforce in the future.
Leaders from the Duke Clinical Research Institute discuss how an EHR-enabled Learning Health Network can move the needle on COVID-19 research.
The use of technology and analytics to inform care decisions was a linchpin in BayCare's COVID-19 response.
In this Q&A, Cerner's Mitchell Clark discusses the current and future financial and operational impacts of COVID-19 on rural health care organizations.
In this episode, we talk to Dick Flanigan, senior vice president of strategy, policy and regulation, Cerner.
A systematic approach that combines data and insights will help providers build, grow and scale their care delivery networks, with the potential of lowering costs and increasing quality outcomes.
In this episode, we talk to Amy Hoey, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Lowell General Hospital in Lowell, Massachusetts.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the health care landscape for the rest of 2020 and likely for years to come.
These blogs and podcasts feature some of the top insights and lessons learned about how to combat the challenges of a COVID-19 patient surge.
In this episode, Cerner's Hans Buitendijk discusses how hospitals and health systems are dealing with the dual risks of natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cerner's Don Paulson discusses the strategies that health care organizations should embrace to win patients back and stabilize revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode, Dr. Jeetu Nanda shares his experiences on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Retired Cerner executive John Glaser explains why a redesign of the EHR is essential.
Amid COVID-19, the health care industry has an unprecedented opportunity to adopt more agile methods of caring for patients
In this episode, Cerner vice president Dick Flanigan talks to two central Missouri health care executives about what it's like to restart elective care amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video and other online solutions are essential parts of the health care industry's rapid transformation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
For months now, mental health providers across the nation have felt the growing demand for their services and have adapted to deliver care to their clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These podcast episodes and blog posts offer unique perspectives from the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode, Shanna Adamic of Cerner's First Hand shares her personal story of being a brain tumor survivor and the important role that telehealth – and her own advocacy – played in her journey.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in this episode, we’re joined by two Cerner behavioral health experts for a discussion on how the health care industry can best support clinician wellness through the challenges of COVID-19.
LifeAid is a national initiative that bridges technology and mental health care to help reduce suicides among Veterans and first responders.
Using technology, and other strategies, to reduce in-person interactions while administering medicine can help flatten the COVID-19 curve and may save lives.
In this episode, we celebrate International Nurses Day and Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday with a conversation between two nursing leaders, Gina Marone of Einstein Healthcare Network and Cerner's Constance McLaughlin.
Data and analytics can provide clarity and support for clinical and operational decision-making amid the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
With the possibility of increased emergency department visits related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yavapai Regional Medical Center established off-site screening and care rooms in tents.
Fallon McManus of Lafayette General Health in Louisiana shares advice on rolling out a telehealth platform in a matter of days.
In this Q&A, the chief medical officer of East Jefferson General Hospital outside New Orleans discusses how the organization is managing COVID-19 among a sizeable senior population.
A Cerner doctor who practices at a hospital in northern Vermont provides insight into his life as an emergency physician before and during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A Cerner doctor in Ohio shares his experience caring for COVID-19 patients.
In this episode, we’re joined by Dick Flanigan who is leading Cerner’s COVID-19 pandemic response, working to help hospitals and health system leaders around the world navigate the many changes of the public health crisis.
VA and DoD have gone live with a new joint health information exchange that enhances the ability to share records with community health care partners.
A managed security service provider (MSSP) can help health care systems tackle the challenges of protecting patients, clinical outcomes and financial resources from cybersecurity threats in standard operating times and in periods of higher risk, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this American Nursing Informatics Association interview, Cerner's COVID-19 experts share how the company is responding to the pandemic and supporting clients in this unprecedented crisis.
As the world navigates COVID-19, health care organizations must prepare for a surge of new patients.
A Cerner associate shares the lessons he’s learned so far while leading a health care IT team in Seattle, one of the cities hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
St. Joseph's Health shares its best practices for dealing with the rapid rise in COVID-19 patients.
As physicians and health care teams around the world find themselves facing the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19, the topic of how we care for our caregivers is more important than ever.
Cerner Corporation continues to support health systems around the world as they fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this Q&A, Amwell's Dr. Peter Antall shares how virtual care can help combat a public health crisis and what health systems need to know to implement telehealth technology quickly and efficiently.