Our multi-disciplinary team leverages the same data about an individual, giving team members insight into a person’s care needs to support his or her health journey.
Longer appointment times and comprehensive care plans are designed to help individuals and providers develop trusting relationships.
Access to care occurs when, where and how individuals need it, with 24/7 care options available from any device and a range of services to choose from.
Individuals can participate in a virtual visit with a U.S. board-certified physician, search physician-written answers or receive personalized guidance with an artificial intelligence (AI)-symptom tracker.
To help address a spectrum of well-being needs, patients can utilize virtual appointments and secure messaging with a diverse team of licensed clinical social workers and psychiatrists.
A certified team of registered nurses, dietitians and certified athletic trainers support individuals in making positive behavior changes, managing chronic disease and closing gaps in care.
Consumer advocates help people navigate their healthcare benefits, connect to a care team, schedule appointments and assist with in-network referrals.
Individuals can ask questions and search physician-written content from specialists, including pediatrics, dermatology, cardiology, pulmonology, podiatry, clinical psychology, dentistry and pharmacology. The virtual primary care physician can also refer people to local, in-network providers.
Employers worldwide are feeling the impact of COVID-19. A recent survey by the Business Group on Health found that 80% of large U.S. employers believe virtual health will play a significant role in how care is delivered to their workforce in the future.
Since launching its on-site health center in 2014, the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) has been able to provide a wide array of services to its employees and retirees including health coaching, physical therapy and most recently, virtual health services.
Virtual healthcare is becoming an essential component of an employer’s workforce health strategy. As you look to expand your virtual healthcare strategies, download our infographic for tips on designing your strategy.
The Cerner Virtual Health Center can serve as an extension of your Cerner On-site Health Center to help you manage both centralized and dispersed workforces, providing similar benefits to your larger workforce.
Our benefits administration services equip our virtual care team with claims data needed to help better identify gaps in care, proactively communicate with members and manage in-network referrals.
We support a strategic approach to health and well-being by providing tools to design, implement and manage a well-being program. Cerner Consumer Well-being can be accessed by consumers on their device of choice, with a responsive and native mobile experience to help keep individuals engaged in at their convenience.