Health leaders discuss how the pandemic opened new opportunities for patient engagement and which innovations healthcare systems are utilizing to deliver better care.
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, Dick Flanigan, senior vice president, Cerner, is joined by fellow associates Sue Martin, vice president, financial alignment, and Josh Mast, director, regulatory strategy.
In this episode, Cerner leaders David Bradshaw and Jessica Oveys discuss the future of healthcare in a post-pandemic world and the potential impact on consumerism and engagement.
In this episode, we share a sneak peek of a conversation with Cerner's David Bradshaw around consumer engagement and what attendees can expect at Cerner Health Forum 2021.
In 2021, numerous stakeholders are motivated to make progress on finding concrete solutions to some of health care's most pressing challenges.
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.
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.
Lower costs and better health outcomes start with a workforce health strategy that incorporates outreach, advocacy and coaching.
Cerner and Kyruus are collaborating to help enhance online search and scheduling experiences.
In this episode, the co-chairs of Cerner’s Association Business Resource Group for women have a roundtable discussion about diversity, inclusion and equity in health care and tech.
In this episode, Dick Flanigan, Cerner’s senior vice president of ITWorksSM, talks to Mike Wallace, president and CEO of Fort HealthCare, a community hospital in southern Wisconsin.
The rising cost of pharmacy services is a major challenge facing organizations that are trying to manage the health of their workforce and lower their health care spend. Here are some practical steps that organizations can take to help mitigate this expensive problem.
In this episode, we’re joined by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, a health economist, advisor and trend weaver.
Our focus on diversity and inclusion is a critical step in our journey toward transforming the future of health care, empowering the next generation of health care IT leaders and driving innovation.
In this episode, we talk to Erin Smith, manager and senior pharmacist for Cerner’s four on-site pharmacies.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Beth L. Martel of Keck Medicine of USC shares how her journey as a cancer patient is positively impacted by innovation in health care IT.
Cerner's Dr. Michael Fadden shares his lessons learned from building a successful obesity program for patients in a rural community.
In this episode, we celebrate World Usability Day. Cerner's Paul Weaver shares how UX design can help develop a smarter health care landscape and address industry challenges.
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.
Smartphones and other mobile devices have the potential to broaden the care team community, extend the health network community and leverage efficient communication.
Traditionally, on-site health centers have focused on occupational health, primary care and urgent care. But, new health innovations provide employees with additional care access and help employers manage conditions that fall outside of conventional services.
By and large, patients, providers and policymakers all want a health care system that’s accessible, innovative, affordable and focused on wellness. But how do we get there? And, how will the rapid changes in health care impact the path forward?
Why is the routine exchange of health care information still so difficult compared with the routine exchange of financial information?
Health care cost estimate tools are a step toward relieving patients from the burden of not knowing their out-of-pocket costs.
Analytics are key to evaluating the effectiveness of your workforce health strategies.
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.
In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, we’re joined by Richard Jones, CEO of Essence Healthcare and chief corporate development officer of Lumeris, and David Raney, vice president, CoxHealth Network, to discuss their experiences and success in the provider-sponsored health plan market.