Cerner Interoperability helps data flow freely across the continuum, providing clinicians access to relevant information regardless of source. We aggregate clinical data and embed a longitudinal view. Providers can quickly access and share patients’ medical history, no matter where they received care.
In this blog, we explore the value of HIEs amid disasters, ever increasing regulations and as part of a community outreach strategy. Health information exchanges (HIE) have been around for more than a decade but the pandemic and natural disasters have highlighted the value that HIEs offer local, regional and nationwide data exchanges to improve quality of care.
- Fay Al-Kudhairi, Pharmacist | RPh, Barts Health NHS Trust
- Darren Beales, Community Neuro Rehabilitation Team Lead, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Esh Chinnasamy, Diabetes and Endocrinology Consultant, Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group
- Katherine Gibson, MD, Physician, Family Medicine, Keck Medicine of USC
- Nick Marriage, MD, Doctor of Emergency Medicine, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Bernadette Reid, VP of Information Technology, CIO, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
- Gil Shlamovitz, MD, FACEP, CMIO, Keck Medicine of USC
- Gina Sulmeyer, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine, Physician Advocate to Clinical Informatics, Torrance Memorial Medical Center
- Dr Kathleen Bryce, Clinical Fellow Gastroenterology / Quality Improvement, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Interoperability lessons learned from a rural community hospital
Cerner Millennium EHR to be used at London's 4000-bed temporary hospital