Our solutions are designed with both the patient and provider in mind. We work with physicians and clinicians to develop an interface experience that allows the focus to remain on patient care, resulting in more informed diagnoses and treatments. We personalize each new agency relationship, empowering stakeholders to develop the right enterprise processes and governance strategy from the start.
Cerner is proud to partner with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to create a completely integrated health record to provide veterans a lifetime of seamless care. This, in conjunction with our work on the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization, will create a single system that links both veteran and military populations, to dramatically transform one of the nation's largest health care systems.
Cerner is committed to doing what's right for veterans, developing solutions that help the VA address some of the most pressing veteran health care priorities, including patient-owned record access, the reduction of substance and opioid abuse, identifying suicide risk, and improved treatment of PTSD.
To help us, we have assembled a VA Advisory Group, made up of experts with essential insight into the veteran experience inside and outside VA.
Cerner, as part of the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, is delivering a modern and integrated health IT solution called MHS GENESIS for the U.S. Department of Defense, supporting their health care mission to provide safe and quality care for our nation’s 9.6 million active-duty service members, military retirees and family members.
MHS GENESIS is built using a single code set. It allows for easy access to a service member’s comprehensive medical and health history, increased communication between providers, and supports the secure transition of health information across the spectrum of military operations around the world.
We support patient populations beyond health information technologies. Cerner currently partners with several military and veteran outreach groups within the Kansas City community.
We also provide a dedicated military talent program that assists veterans with their transition to a corporate career. We’re proud that hundreds of veterans and reservists have joined our mission to transform health care.
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by John Windom
November 6, 2018
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is working with Cerner to redesign its electronic health record system. In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, John Windom, executive director of VA’s Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, discusses how he anticipates this project will help Veterans and their providers and move the bar with national interoperability and other VA health priorities.
by Travis Dalton
October 30, 2018
Leveraging the expertise and insights of our partners and our commercial clients, Cerner is working to achieve more efficient interoperability for the DoD and VA – creating a single health record across more than 1,700 health care sites and a lifetime of seamless care for nearly 20 million Servicemembers, Veterans and their beneficiaries.
Dr. Brian Jones, User Integration Branch chief with the U.S Defense Health Agency, joined us for episode 9 of The Cerner Podcast. He’s is a practicing family physician and leads Business Process Re-Engineering, Operational Testing and End-User Training for IT systems which support Military Medicine.
Running a health care system as complex as the U.S. military’s is a monumental task undertaken each day by dedicated medical professionals across the armed services. Cerner, as part of the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health, is helping with that mission by delivering a modern, open and integrated health IT solution. This will ultimately result in a globally connected electronic health record (EHR), making patient data accessible at ambulatory clinics, dental clinics, hospitals and across the care continuum. Whether they receive treatment on base, at sea or in the combat theater, service members will be able to manage their health care as they move through the system and around the world. This, along with key integration points with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, will result in improved transparency and give clinicians access to the right data at the right time and place.
Earlier today, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced its decision to modernize its existing health records platform by choosing Cerner’s commercial off-the-shelf Millennium EHR solution. We are honored and humbled to be selected to lead the VA’s important project. We believe this project, in concert with ongoing progress towards implementing the Department of Defense’s MHS GENESIS system, will lead to ongoing innovation, improved interoperability and the creation of a single longitudinal health record that can facilitate the efficient exchange of data among military care facilities and the thousands of civilian health care providers where current and former service members receive health care.
Episode 8 of The Cerner Podcast features Col. Margaret Carey, the Commander of the 92nd Medical Group at Fairchild Air Force Base. Her group provides medical care to more than 38,000 active duty service members and beneficiaries.
Colonel Robert Oh, MD, MPH, CAQSM is a board-certified family medicine physician with an added qualification in sports medicine. He has led residency programs and served deployments in Kosovo and Iraq, spending 18 months in hostile fire zones. With his expertise on health and fitness, he was selected for the Army’s Surgeon General’s Performance Triad and System for Health Directorate as the Physician Lead. He currently is the Chief Medical Officer at Martin Army Community Hospital, Fort Benning Georgia.
On July 15, Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, which provides inpatient and outpatient care, along with labor and maternity services, went live with the MHS GENESIS electronic health record. Oak Harbor is the second site to come online as part of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)’s initial operating capability (IOC) program, and the go-live marks a significant milestone as the inpatient components of MHS GENESIS are now officially deployed
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Breaking through organizational, vendor and geographic barriers to ensure health information flows freely between providers, no matter where care is given.
To aid organizations in empowering people, families and care teams to be active participants in their health and care, Cerner offers a robust member engagement solution that enables a person and their care team to be aligned, informed and educated on an ongoing basis.
The Advisory Group includes a diverse group of experts and thought leaders with essential insight into the veteran experience inside and outside VA, with a shared goal of improving the health and wellbeing of veterans.