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Cerner's health information technologies connect people and systems at more than 27,500 contracted provider facilities worldwide. Together with our clients, we are creating a future where the health care system works to improve the well-being of individuals and communities.

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Cerner’s clinically and medically trained leaders are working closely with the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other global and regional health organizations to align guidance and response during this COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.

  • Achieving Situational Awareness With Real-Time Data - Sept/Oct 2021
    While navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems across the U.S. experienced firsthand the importance of having real-time situational awareness to help track patient surges, bed capacity and more. Organizations that have the capability to use information instantaneously are better positioned to respond to—and recover from—unexpected events, like the pandemic
  • The Well-Integrated Revenue Cycle: Beneficial During COVID-19 and Beyond - January/February 2021
    COVID-19 has proven to be one of the biggest market disruptors in history. As healthcare revenue cycle departments reprioritize their short- and long-term goals, strategic management of patient accounts across the care continuum can play a major role in accelerating health system recovery.
  • How Voice Can Change the Healthcare Experience - September/October 2020
    Healthcare organizations today are constantly seeking innovative solutions that reduce clinician burden, increase efficiency and enhance overall patient experience. Voice technology in particular may be uniquely positioned to achieve all three. Through a combination of command and control and ambient listening capabilities, voice can enhance clinical work and patient care in several ways.
  • Trends in Addressing Clinician Burnout - November/December 2019
    Clinician burnout continues to negatively affect many aspects of healthcare delivery, impacting several areas from care quality to patient satisfaction. Proving the issue is still very much front and center for today’s healthcare organizations, burnout even made headlines earlier this year when the World Health Organization officially designated it as a syndrome.
  • Congress Recorded Session: Crisis Management Through Integrated Healthcare Solutions
  • Webinar Recording: Digital Health Innovation for Specialized Populations: A Pediatric Case Study 
    Explore how organizations can tailor digital health innovations for specialized populations, including the benefits of provider and developer collaboration throughout the innovation process.
  • Congress Recorded Session: Care Redesign: Improve Quality Measures, Close Care Gaps and Create Operational Efficiencies
    As healthcare continues to shift to value-based care for improved outcomes and lower costs, providers turn to health network strategies to manage the health of patients across a complex and diverse technology landscape. Geisinger Health System’s care redesign project focused on the utilization of robust intelligence and analytical capabilities to bring together big data for its patients and health plan members. Speaker: Melody Danko-Holsomback, chief administrative officer/director of operations, Geisinger Health System
  • Webinar Recording: From Surviving to Thriving: Investing in Wellness to Prevent Clinician Burnout (May 13, 2021)
    Clinician burnout is at an all-time high. Beyond the challenges related to compensation tied to patient volumes, strenuous regulations and documentation requirements, and the ever-present stress of proving the quality and outcomes of care delivered, clinicians are now faced with unprecedented work hours and moral injury due to pandemic surges.
  • Podcast: Perspectives on Health and Tech: Eva Karp on the Role of Health IT in Patient Safety
    Improving patient safety has long been a mantra among health care organizations, but when we talk about patient safety, what are we referring to specifically? It’s about organizations protecting their patients from errors, injuries, accidents and infections. It’s equipping and empowering care teams with tools to make their workflows and environment safer.
  • Rising to the Challenge
    Rising to the Challenge: Insights and Innovations for Healthcare Pandemic Recovery, a joint white paper from ACHE and Cerner, highlights how a variety of healthcare organizations have navigated—and continue to navigate—through the many challenges of COVID-19.
  • Client Achievements
    When Cerner's clients move the meter in healthcare—increasing quality of care, reducing waste and lowering costs—they celebrate their efforts and share the wisdom gained by their success.
  • Winning Patients Back Post-Pandemic
    The COVID-19 pandemic has left the health care industry in a fragile financial condition. The financial impact has been catastrophic for health systems.
  • A Conceptual Framework to Address the Burden of Documentation in the EHR
    As the nation works to address the issues surrounding the burden of clinical documentation in the electronic health record (EHR), a framework to conceptualize “burden” in its many forms is needed.
  • Harnessing AI to Enhance Clinical Documentation Improvement
    How Cerner is working to ensure the ethical and responsible use of advanced technology.


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