Cerner provides industry-leading solutions to digitize paper processes. We offer a broad range of services, including implementation and training, remote hosting, operational management services, revenue cycle services, support and maintenance, health care data analysis, clinical process optimization, transaction processing, and population health services.
Our EHR gives public health agencies a workflow-driven design based on their fundamental needs, including the need to synchronize, analyze and adapt work based on changing standards. This makes it easier to monitor activity and coordinate hundreds of tasks simultaneously, promoting evidence-based practices, enhancing clinical decision-making, reducing care variability and minimizing risk. By simplifying complex billing and streamlining tasks, we can help position public health agencies to manage their data and processes from start to finish.
We deliver a robust EHR solution for correctional health care providers. Our solution ensures correctional health providers have a data-driven clinical-support system that will help improve the safety of the offenders and reduce the liability of the correctional facility. It is designed to provide access to all offender medical information in near-real time, allowing correctional care providers to deliver accurate care and reducing the risk of duplicate orders.
We recognize the importance of a holistic approach to health care delivery. Mental health has been a significant and often undervalued problem facing our national, state and local health care systems. To support the needs of care providers and meet the changing demands of today’s health care delivery environment, we have developed a fully integrated electronic medical record for organizations providing care for mental health, disability services and substance use disorders.
Department of Medicaid: In January 2016, Andy Slavitt, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) acting administrator, commented on CMS’ effort to attract new companies to invest in Medicaid information technology, stating that investment should be geared toward technologies that are modular, reusable and cloud based. CMS is seeking to create opportunities for new investors to disrupt the Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES) market.
Traditionally, MES are based on highly customized legacy technology that is expensive to implement, operate and maintain, and do not communicate well with other systems. CMS offered to extend the enhanced federal match to the states that invest in a modern infrastructure for their MES. To receive enhanced funding, the states must follow CMS’ recipe that includes a checklist from the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) 3.0 framework.
Our solutions and services combine clinical, claims and nontraditional data in a platform that allows users to analyze information in near-real time. By exposing the insight in this data, Medicaid administrators and caregivers can proactively manage the well-being of the state-sponsored populations, communities and delivery networks.
We understand that it is important to keep health care dollars in check while giving employees easy, accessible health care. That is why we work with state and local government employers to bend their health care cost trend, increase employees’ productivity and improve the overall health of employees and their families. We do this by providing on-site health centers, pharmacies and health and wellness management programs. Our health centers are designed to fit the needs of state health plans and their beneficiaries. Today, our wellness solutions are in use at more than 180 clients, including health providers and employers, commercial health plans and state employee benefit plans.
In 2014, the City of Lenexa, Kan., a government employer in the Kansas City metropolitan area, partnered with Cerner to revamp its workplace health program for its workforce population of 650 people, including 450 full-time employees. Within two years of launching LiveWell, results show that 77 percent of participating employees improved risk factors or maintained their health status despite aging one year. Additionally, 52 percent of employees designated a provider at the on-site health center as their primary care physician, and 98 percent participated in a health coaching session. Currently, more than 93 percent of full-time employees are enrolled and participating in the LiveWell program. Results also show City of Lenexa is experiencing a return of $1.29 for every $1 spent across direct and indirect health care costs. “An overarching goal of the Lenexa Fire Department is to be the employer of choice in the region,” said Lonny Owens, fire chief, City of Lenexa. “The LiveWell program and on-site health center are some of the elements that help us attract and retain great talent.” City of Lenexa used Cerner Health Performance Reporting services to determine the top three health risk factors impacting its employees: obesity, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. As a result, City of Lenexa leveraged the Cerner Wellness℠ portal and health coaching services, as well as population health and wellness consulting.
“I can look at medications, patient notes and images all in one location and I can do it from multiple sites, multiple computers, wherever I’m at.”
— Robert Bryg, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS), the Commonwealth of Virginia’s public mental health services system, received two state awards celebrating its successful EHR transformation. In September DBHDS was the recipient of the 2016 Virginia Governor’s Technology Award for the implementation of its comprehensive electronic health record (EHR), OneMind. Most recently, DBHDS’s OneMind EHR was once again recognized as the first place Project Excellence-2016 by Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA). “The project management of OneMind was a collaboration between Cerner and DBHDS,” said Suzanne Battaglia, Director Health Information Technology at DBHDS. “Together we were able to successfully complete the implementation project on time and under budget.” DBHDS initially implemented an EHR in 2013 with the primary focus of meeting Meaningful Use Stage 1 requirements. While meaningful use targets were achieved, staff adoption of the system was low.
Enabling federal health care administrators to easily analyze and monitor their operational performance and clinical quality and comply with oversight mandates.
Cerner offers system-agnostic population health management solutions that leverage our industry-leading platform, which aggregates and normalizes data from various sources.
Our hosting services can improve the availability and performance of your solutions and help you meet your health care and business objectives.
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.
We serve organizations in public health, department of corrections, department of behavioral health, department of Medicaid, state and local employee health plans. Scroll up to see more information about each of these categories, along with key benefits.
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