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    Tracking immunizations at St. John’s Health made easier through interoperability

    In 2019, St. John’s Health began using Cerner’s Immunization Registry Reporting and Query to electronically send vaccine data to the Wyoming Immunization Registry (WyIR) and retrieve information to reduce manual processes. It’s a tool that's used all day, every day across the ambulatory clinics and in the inpatient space to exchange vaccine data almost immediately.

    Encompass Health and Cerner develop predictive model to reduce acute care transfers, win CHIME Collaboration Award

    Encompass Health, one of the largest providers of post-acute healthcare services in the U.S., paired with Cerner in 2009 to implement a post-acute electronic medical record (EMR) at each of its 133 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals across 37 states.

    Techquity: Using technology and data insights to deliver more equitable patient care

    Health “techquity” or the strategic design, development, and deployment of technology to advance health equity, empowers providers to look beyond clinical factors to get the whole picture of a person’s key indicators affecting health. Understanding a person’s social risk factors gives clinicians the ability to provide person-centric, equitable care and informs overall treatment planning.

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    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.

    Advancing health equity: Understanding and meeting the challenges with data

    With greater risk for COVID-19 exposure, severe illness, hospitalization and death - all people of color, as well as, Indigenous, LGTBQ+ and low-income communities - have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Marginalized groups have also been hit harder than non-marginalized communities when it comes to mental health, food insecurity, unemployment, housing instability and loss of health insurance.

    eBook - Making the shift to value-based care | Cerner

    During the HealthLeaders NOW Online Summit session “Making the Shift to Value-Based Care,” Kevin Seabaugh, vice president & health network general manager at Cerner, and Emily Downing, MD, vice president of medical operations, home care services, population health and care management at Allina Health System, discussed the history of value-based care and new incentives to adopt this model.