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Cerner announces the launch of a new operating unit, Cerner Enviza, that offers data-driven solutions and research services to help bring clarity to multi-dimensional data through real-world evidence and insights.
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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, David Harse, vice president and general manager, consumer engagement, Cerner, is joined by Allison Hess, vice president, health innovations, Geisinger, for a conversation around wellness and addressing inequities in healthcare.
In this episode, Christy Dueck, vice president and general manager of research, Cerner, leads a conversation with John Potthoff, CEO, Elligo Health Research, and Scott Rogers, director of innovation, CoxHealth, around how diverse community-based hospitals are a lifeline to saving clinical research, and can help increase patient trust and reduce health disparities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted racial inequities and the devastating impact on communities of color and marginalized citizens in our society.
The April 5 information blocking compliance deadline is a key milestone on the path toward improving healthcare for all.
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Prioritizing a robust learning strategy is essential to ensure end users are comfortable with the electronic health record (EHR), efficient in their workflows and spending as much time as possible caring for patients. In this blog, we’ll share five elements to consider as you work to develop a data-driven, end-to-end learning approach for your organization.
Cerner is virtually exhibiting (3929-05) at the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition. HIMSS is the largest health care IT conference in North America, attracting more than 45,000 health care professionals, clinicians, executives, and suppliers, like Cerner.
Cyber-attack surfaces are increasing as many health systems expand care beyond the four walls of the hospital and are especially prevalent due to the focus on health organizations inside of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the current landscape of cloud computing, telehealth, virtual work, remote hosting and data sharing between caregivers is essential for helping to improve patient outcomes and keep populations safe, these innovations come with increased chances for bad actors to exploit vulnerabilities.
Annually, healthcare and technology leaders from across the globe convene at Cerner Health Conference (CHC) to share insights around the most pressing challenges and how we can solve them together. Here are five trending topics that will set the stage for CHC21 conversations and likely be healthcare focal points beyond the end of the year.
In this blog, we’ll explore the world of connected care planning and how technology will play a role in its advancement.
Scott Breece, vice president & chief security officer, Cerner
To combat alert fatigue, TMC/UH staff worked with Cerner Continuous Improvement Delivery (CID) services to help reduce the mCDS alert rate by 77%.
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.
Join Cerner Behavioral Health along with survivor Kevin Hines and Dr. Kelly Posner, creator of the most widely adopted suicide screening tools. The group will explain how your organization can support suicide prevention with the Columbia Protocol in Cerner Millennium®.
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.
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Explore stories from diverse, Cerner Learning Health NetworkTM health system members about how they’re fueling real-world data, launching or furthering their research efforts and making research and clinical trials a reality.
During the opening keynote at Cerner Health Conference, Cerner’s new President and CEO, David Feinberg, M.D., expressed the need to improve the usability of health records to help patients avoid unnecessary tests and medications, enable nurses and doctors to eliminate errors and predict what’s to come to improve the health of communities around the world.