This cloud-based service improves overall efficiency, reduces the number of interfaces and is scalable to each business.
Cerner supports developing solutions that reinforce a patient-centered environment. Using RLN’s connectivity platform to link reference and acute labs helps facilitate sharing patients’ tests and return timely results. We help patients be on their way to making healthy choices as quickly as possible.
I often work late at night, after my four kids and wife are asleep and the activity level has slowed to comfortable quiet. It’s during this time that I regroup on the day and plan for the next. And it often becomes a time of reflection – both personally and professionally.
In this episode of The Cerner Podcast, we're joined by Dr. Jeffrey Cleveland, the medical director for the Carolinas HealthCare System, a not-for-profit health care system with more than 900 comprehensive care locations in North and South Carolina. Jeffrey shares his thoughts on how to leverage health information exchange technologies for the benefit of the patient.
Interoperability remains a hot-button issue at the forefront of health care reform as the industry shifts to value-based care to enhance the consumer experience, improve the health of populations and reduce costs. But when people talk about interoperability, they often focus on the technology. The reality is that interoperability is much more complex than that. It's going to take suppliers, health care organizations and clinicians, all working side by side, to ultimately connect patients to their data.
Cerner’s open platforms, open technologies and open business approach enable innovative collaboration and the development of apps that fulfill edge needs. Our open application programming interfaces, called Cerner Ignite APIs, allow your organization to integrate apps directly into your workflows at the point of care.
Cerner is a founding member of the CommonWell Health Alliance, which is advancing interoperability by connecting systems nationwide and making health data available no matter where care occurs.
Provider Connectivity solutions enable providers to share various types of clinical data including orders, results, clinical documents, images, immunizations and prescriptions while meeting Meaningful Use requirements.
Cerner Health Information Exchange allows providers to view and exchange patient data, regardless of EHR.
Cerner Millennium is open and extensible, enabling clients to modify and customize extensions to help meet business needs like patient education, and workflow efficiencies to reduce costs and improve care. Clients can work with toolkits and extensions such as MPages, innovation toolkits, advisories and Cerner Command Language.
RLN takes place behind the scenes, so there will be no impact to the end user workflow.
No, no extra hardware is needed.
The ability to connect is based on the business, not on its volume.