In this blog, Fares highlights four key user benefits of this powerful data tool that can help answer clinical questions around COVID-19 and other healthcare issues.
In this episode, Jessica Herstek, MD, chief medical informatics officer, Children’s National Hospital, joins Lu de Souza, MD, vice president & chief medical officer, Cerner, for a conversation around funding disparities in children’s health innovation. Learn about the unique relationship between Children’s National Hospital and the Bear Institute, which enables the health system to pursue a multifaceted approach to innovation — including a new pediatric accelerator challenge that invites start-ups, student teams, pediatric providers and administrators to collaborate on creative solutions aimed to help close the innovation gap in children’s digital health.
On May 18, 2021, Tanuj Gupta, vice president, Cerner Intelligence, presented a session at the virtual Healthcare Transformation Summit around AI’s potential to transform patient care, quality and outcomes.
To solve business challenges, today's healthcare organizations must leverage the large amounts of clinical and financial data that they amass. The first key to success, however, is developing a sophisticated data strategy.
In this episode, John Rekart, Ph.D., of Cerner leads a conversation about how technology and data can help identify those who may be high-risk for suicidal behavior. He is joined by Brian Kay of Rogers Behavioral Health and David Leidner, Ph.D., of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
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.
Tanuj Gupta, MD, vice president, Cerner Intelligence, is joined by Rebecca Winokur, MD, Cerner physician executive. They jointly tackle gender and racial bias in ML algorithms and how the industry can overcome the issue.
In this Q&A, Cerner's Tanuj Gupta, MD, discusses the possibility of AI and ML replacing human clinicians, and why these technologies have the potential to help doctors improve care delivery and patient outcomes.
Cerner's Tanuj Gupta, MD, tackles questions around regulations and their potential to limit the impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning in health care.
In a recent interview with Becker’s Healthcare, Cerner's Dr. Tanuj Gupta and Beth McCauley shared six principles of using technology to support clinical documentation improvement.
Hospital care providers are using a combination of edge computing, AI, and Wi-Fi data networks to rapidly detect and treat deadly sepsis infections.
In health care, the power to accurately predict the future can save time, resources and, most importantly, lives.
In this episode, we talk to Jean-Claude Saghbini, chief technology officer for the health division of Wolters Kluwer. He explains why embracing an open culture is an important step toward advancing AI and machine learning, and helping organizations meet the ever-evolving demands of health care.
In this Q&A, Taylor Floyd, a data strategist at Cerner, explains how his team is driving innovation and showcasing the ways AR and VR can be applied to transform the future of care.
Amid an evolving, dynamic health care environment, virtual health care is emerging as a powerful tool that enables providers to deliver more cost-effective, connected and personalized care.
Encompass Health is using a predictive analytics algorithm and other artificial intelligence tools to keep patients healthy and out of the hospital.
Machine learning has proven to be a viable resource for health care providers, the next step is scaling the creation of intelligence and its integration back into the workflow at the point of decision-making.
In this episode, we’re joined by Ravi Badh, manager of business intelligence and clinical analytics at Children’s National, and Paul Lampi, director of enterprise analytics and reporting at Memorial Hermann.
Becker's Hospital Review spoke with Cerner's Nate Kelly about what the future of health care could look like in a truly digital, data-driven world.
On this episode of Perspectives on Health and Tech, we are joined by registered nurse Danielle Siarri to discuss the role of nursing informatics in care today.
Challenged by government and private payers to address the climbing rate of health care expenditures, organizations have turned to analytics to help with proper management of patient populations, while still maintaining the highest quality of health care.
On this episode of The Cerner Podcast, clinical decision support (CDS) experts Dwayne Hoelscher and Stephanie H. Hoelscher discuss how CDS is a powerful tool in combating infectious diseases.
Changes to the health care landscape in 2019 offer possibilities and opportunities in the march toward smarter, better care that is higher quality, more efficient, affordable and personalized.
Offering convenience, increased engagement and greater accuracy, wearable technology has the potential to make a meaningful difference in the health care experience for both consumers and clinicians.
In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, Brad Myers and Bushra Muraywid of University of Missouri Health Care talk about their virtual pharmacy program (ViPRx), which is designed to deliver providers pharmaceutical insights that weren’t previously available a day or two prior to a patient visit.
Pete Celano of MedStar Health discusses how clinicians can use the emerging approach of precision medicine to better diagnosis, treat and prevent diseases.
As consumerism rises in the health care industry and urban planning adapts to the evolution of technology, there's a lot at stake for public health initiatives.
In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, Dr. Murphy discusses the collaborative work between UTHealth and Memorial Hermann, which is centered around building and field-testing apps based on open standards such as HL7 FHIR.
Cerner's Lights-On service celebrates 10 years of helping organizations improve delivering patient care through the use of data.