Skip to main content
Skip to footer
    1 - 30 of 1229 results

    Home | Oracle Cerner

    Oracle Corporation is an integrated technology company based in Austin, Texas. Oracle offers a collection of cloud technologies, applications, databases, storage and servers to empower modern business.

    Sharing patient data with interoperability streamlines care across health systems

    Interoperability is a guiding principle for Torrance Memorial Health System in its strategy to become a regional health care leader. Clinicians use Cerner Health Information Exchange (HIE), so data for more than 645,900 patients flows securely between various electronic health records (EHR). Clinicians use the HIE, Direct Messaging, and Cerner Hub orders and results to connect the community and provide coordinated care for their patient population. This care also transfers to multiple health systems using various non-Cerner EHRs.

    Northern Light Health vaccinates patients using Cerner technology, collaboration

    When Northern Light Health staff learned of vaccine approval, they envisioned it as a turning point in the COVID-19 pandemic. “We looked to Cerner as our partner for the technology to support our people, and processes,” said April Giard, DNP, MSN, NP-BC, NEA-BC, vice president and chief information officer. “We asked how they could help respond and take care of our own. Cerner responded, ‘We’re right there with you, we've got a workflow, and will work together to develop a mass vaccine strategy.’”

    The remote transformation of Ontario healthcare during the pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every aspect of life to adapt, not least healthcare. While the focus has understandably been on the frontline, longer-term strategies have needed to continue as well, something that Cerner and TransForm Shared Service Organization (TSSO) have achieved around the shores of Lake St Clair, Ontario, with the e-VOLVE major remote go-live project.

    South Miami-Dade hospital reaches HIMSS Stage 6, 7 and wins Enterprise Davies Award in same year

    After successful efforts in 30-day heart failure readmission prevention, a decrease in length of stay (LOS) for Caesarean section (C-section) deliveries, and a decrease in sepsis mortality and patient LOS, a community hospital in Homestead, Florida, earned one of the most prestigious awards in healthcare information technology.

    MU Health Care receives second HIMSS Davies Award

    University of Missouri Health Care received the 2021 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award, the second award for the Columbia, Missouri-based Cerner ITWorksSM organization. The Davies Award recognized the hospital’s work using an algorithm to help improve sepsis mortality rates; reducing unnecessary blood transfusions with clinical decision support; and redesigning the user interface used to screen for depression, alcohol and drug misuse, fall risk, and the existence of advance directive information in ambulatory settings.

    LMH Health uses Cerner rule-based coding to expedite vaccination events, allow for direct billing

    As staff at LMH Health, based in Lawrence, Kansas, prepared to host large COVID-19 vaccination events, they knew efficiency would be key to getting as many people vaccinated as possible. Because each vaccination required a five-step coding process, the staff looked for an innovative way to automate some of the steps.

    HHSC Kauai Region implements a clinically driven revenue cycle for a healthier bottom line

    Over the past several years, many health systems have run into pain points that lead to underperforming metrics, insufficient workflows, and undefined roles. But Hawaii Health Systems Corporation (HHSC) – Kauai Region began tackling these issues in 2019 by implementing CommunityWorks and a clinically driven revenue cycle (CDRC).

    Fisher-Titus Medical Center uses a streamlined telehealth solution to deliver care throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

    As COVID-19 lockdowns began to take effect in April of 2020, Fisher-Titus Medical Center found themselves in need of a virtual visit solution. Linda Stevenson, chief information officer, and Dr. Glenn Trippe, chief medical information officer, were tasked to implement such a solution.

    Clinicians at pediatric health system save charting time following ambulatory optimization

    Children's Minnesota and Cerner recently began a journey for primary care optimization focused on improving the areas of care coordination and clinic operations. This work effort spanned across three primary care visit types which include well child, complex care management and Ready Care (walk-in), in conjunction with the roll out of PowerChart TouchTM.

    Children’s Mercy Kansas City Project HOPE training helps streamline provider documentation efficiency

    Children’s Mercy Kansas City is taking a stance with its recent provider training program called Project HOPE. The initiative, which stands for “Helping Optimize Provider Efficiency,” leverages data from their Cerner EHR to identify which providers could improve efficiency and where in their workflow they can improve.

    Baptist Health sees improvements in hospital operations metrics during COVID-19 pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic challenged many hospitals and health care systems, forcing many to address sudden surges in patient load. One Montgomery, Alabama, hospital leveraged Cerner technology to help clinicians not only respond to the surge but also improve some key workflow metrics.

    Allies in opioid stewardship: Fort HealthCare implements high risk alerts to combat epidemic

    Fort HealthCare in rural Jefferson county, Wisconsin, is the sole hospital and only local resource of opioid stewardship. Between 2015-2017, the county death rate due to opioid overdose nearly tripled, and in 2017 alone, the county death rate due to opioid abuse exceeded the entire state of Wisconsin by 31%.