Cerner is focused on automating the process of managing the health and care of populations across the care continuum.
As the world’s largest independent health information technology company, we connect people and systems, putting information where it’s needed most. We are connecting senior care providers through our ground-breaking initiatives like the CommonWell Health Alliance, our involvement with the Cerner Direct platform and Health Information Exchanges across the country. Together with you, we’re creating a future where the health system works to improve the well-being of individuals - and entire populations.
As the health care industry undergoes major shifts, rehabilitation providers must look beyond software focused only within their niche market and seek out a trusted supplier that has the resources to offer broad healthcare applications that span the entire continuum of care.
The rehabilitation care models of the future are dependent on partnerships, advanced intelligence, analytics and patient engagement tools that will do a better job of providing information and predicting issues before there’s a real problem.
Cerner and ResMed have joined forces to connect health networks and the home. We are excited to have established a collaborative agreement with ResMed, a world-leading digital health company, to designate the Brightree home health and hospice platform as our preferred solution in the space.
Our new Cerner Integrated Behavioral Health solution is a behavioral health-specific EHR that features multiple solutions and content packages designed to support health organizations that specialize in the delivery of community mental health, inpatient mental health, outpatient mental health, substance used disorder and developmental disabilities care.
When Klein Center staff did its exit interview with CMS, the surveyors commented they felt Klein Center contained some of the most prepared staff they’d spoken with.
Two industry leaders collaborate to improve out-of-hospital care transitions and chronic disease management.
Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ: CERN), a global health care technology company, has achieved 2020 Best in KLAS honors, recognizing the company’s outstanding efforts in three distinct areas to help health care professionals deliver better patient care. KLAS Research, a leading health care IT data insights company, has named Cerner Best in KLAS for Most Improved Physician Practices and Global Acute Care EMR for the Middle East/Africa market for the second year in a row. The company has also been named Category Leader for Behavioral Health.
Cerner announced a collaborative agreement with Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR) to advance technology in the rehabilitation market, beginning with the development of a centralized and standardized integration between their solutions designed to improve workflows for inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
The care team at St. Louis, Missouri-based Bethesda Health Group found an innovative way to address one of the most harmful problems in long-term and post-acute care: patient falls.
Our solution for assisted living helps providers eliminate the undesirable effects of paper documentation and helps identify when resident acuity levels change and decrease.
Cerner’s behavioral health solution is designed to provide clinicians with patient-identifying and behavioral health specific information via interactive chart elements.
Our solution for developmental disabilities is designed to help service providers improve the lives of the people under their care.
Our Home Health and Hospice solutions support the clinical, financial, administrative and management functions of Home Health while also enabling clinicians to review patient electronic medical records and provide documentation at the point-of-care.
Our solutions and platforms enable the free flow of information access across disparate system and health care entities improving data exchange and supporting an open collaborative development community shaping the way we make health care better.
We share a commitment with long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers to help make senior care management better than it is today.
Cerner’s fully-integrated Rehabilitation solution facilitates easy accessibility and communication from different care teams.