Our analytic packages, HealtheAnalyticsSM, offer the ability to examine enterprise and population health content designed around specific analytic use cases, using data across the health continuum. The solution identifies, applies and measures analytics-based, strategic initiatives, supporting the reduction of duplicative efforts and minimization of discrepancies. A few examples of available packages include: cost and utilization, home care, pharmacy spend and adherence, practice management and readmissions.
Our enterprise data warehouse solution, HealtheEDWSM, enables identification of hidden trends and underlying variables. HealtheEDW offers the flexibility to onboard additional data beyond available pre-built content to support organization-specific imperatives and focuses. The enterprise tools are inclusive of a data mart builder, ingestion, SQL access and universal authoring tools.
When it comes to lowering a hospital’s readmission rate, fewer hospitals are doing it better than Advocate Health Care. After only one year of using predictive analytics and robust patient education, the 3,500-bed hospital system has lowered its heart failure readmission rate by 21 percent. “What Advocate and Cerner are doing together around readmissions is about 15-20 percent better than anything that exists in the industry today,” said Senior Vice President of Clinical Transformation Dr. Rishi Sikka.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital, located in Sugar Land, Texas, ranks among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide for a number of performance metrics that result in better patient outcomes — including 14 years of preventing ventilator-associated pneumonia — and for its use of computerized physician order entry (CPOE).
To identify and monitor opportunities for improvement, Cerner offers a comprehensive suite of analytic solutions that enables organizations to make data-driven decisions and perform advanced analysis tailored to their organization-specific needs and goals, leveraging aggregated and normalized data across the community.
To achieve optimal quality, costs and health status, Cerner's community care management solution supports a person-centric approach of proactive surveillance, coordination and facilitation of health services across the care continuum for populations with certain risks, diseases, complications and high utilization.
To enable care teams to make more informed decisions, Cerner offers a longitudinal record designed to provide clinicians an organized, summary view of a person’s health and care story that is comprised of normalized data from disparate systems across the care continuum.
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.
To drive improved clinical, operational and financial outcomes, Cerner offers performance improvement solutions that leverage clinical and financial intelligence data from internal and external sources to empower clinicians with data that enables them to make more informed decisions at the point of care.
To proactively identify gaps in care, recommend targeted interventions and provider performance, Cerner offers a registries and scorecards solution that enables organizations to identify, attribute, measure and monitor people and providers at an individual or population level.
To navigate the transformation to value-based health care, Cerner offers population health consulting services that bring people, processes and technology together to create a collaborative, systematic strategy aimed at achieving an organization’s goals.
To aid in automating and managing an effective wellness program, Cerner has a web-based wellness solution that promotes people engaging in their own health.