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Everyone will be a patient at some stage in their life, so it’s in all our interests to focus on creating the best possible patient experience. Whether it’s helping you feel more engaged and empowered by giving you quick and appropriate access to your health record, or even preventing you from becoming ill in the first place, Cerner is dedicated to improving the outcomes for all individuals by creating the best possible solutions.

Securely centring patient data around the individual rather than the care venue or clinician is at the heart of what we do, ensuring that the information is available to the right people at the right time. As well as providing doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical personnel with your data, it’s also available to the most important person in the equation – you. Through our Patient Portal, you can check the information you need so you can take a proactive part in looking after your health.


Don’t all healthcare providers have my data on computers already?

Yes and no. While organisations will store information on their computers, that’s just for their reference – if another organisation needs to see your records, they need to ask for the data to be sent over, which takes time. An EHR differs by having greater connectivity, meaning that other health providers with the proper permissions can access it, rather than just the ones where you received treatment.

It replaces a lot of the admin tasks that take time when you visit or call a healthcare facility. Via the Portal, you can fill in registration forms, view and download parts of your health record, and communicate with your healthcare provider about appointments, prescriptions and more.

We know how much people like to keep track of their fitness, so we work with providers of wearable tech to make sure their hardware works with our solutions.

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