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.
PowerChart LTC is a true enterprise solution that helps long-term care organizations of any size consolidate resident health information into a single person-centered electronic health record.
Cerner’s Clinical Intelligence solution analyzes millions of data records and can quickly spot potential issues before they become problems.
Revenue Cycle powered by AmeraCare is designed with the user in mind. Simple icon functions, streamlined menu options, and professional reporting help make it easy to improve billing efficiency with the ultimate goal of increasing income.
CareTracker® helps thousands of long-term care organizations record required resident documentation. Portable devices and wall-mounted touch-screens make it easier for caregivers to document at the point of care.
MDS Intelligence™ is a comprehensive solution for the creation, submission and analysis of the Minimum Data Set (MDS) required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
As part of Rocky Mountain Care, Willow Springs in Tooele, UT is using technology to provide better long-term care for its residents. By utilizing Cerner solutions including CareTracker® and joining the CommonWell Health Alliance®, the facility found a way to improve the lives of both patients and workers.
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.
With the healthcare industry’s shift to value-based care – and with it bundled payments and stiff penalties for high readmission rates – hospitals are strategically acquiring or, more frequently, partnering with facilities and community-based long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers to help ensure a smooth, seamless transition of care. Both sides are teaming up to reduce medical errors, avoid costly readmissions and improve patient satisfaction rates – not to mention advance better health outcomes.
The use of antipsychotic medications among residents with dementia dropped 10 percentage points at Rocky Mountain Care - Willow Springs, a long-term care organization, thanks to an innovative campaign supported by the tracking functionality of Cerner’s PowerChart® LTC. Dementia is a common condition in long-term care organizations, and can manifest as behaviors such as hitting, yelling, wandering, and crying. These behaviors occur because the person has difficulty communicating their needs, and can pose challenges for families, residents and caregivers. Historically antipsychotic medication was often used to remedy the situation, making the resident drowsy or groggy.
"My nurses joke that CareTracker is kind of the hallelujah product, because it's like the answer to their prayers.
— Jeanne Gerstenkorn, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America
Rocky Mountain Care, HealthSouth, Compass Health and Truman Medical Centers Lakewood will share more insight during the panel education session at Cerner’s annual health care conference on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 12:30pm. Cerner Health Conference is scheduled for Nov. 14-17, in Kansas City, Missouri.
"Cerner closes the gap between data sources within the Great River Health Systems. No matter where the elder goes, we can see the documentation."
— Ann Abolt, Great River Health Systems
"I cannot hide my excitement. The things MDS Intelligence is capable of doing, it's just unbelievable.
— Joyce Backer, Sidney Regional Medical Center
The 2017 Cerner Nursing Assistant of the Year Scholarship recipient, Amber Jasper, of Garden Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Kansas City, MO.
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 electronic documentation software to help service providers improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities.
Our Home and Community Care 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.
Cerner’s fully-integrated Rehabilitation solution facilitates easy accessibility and communication from different care teams.