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April 18, 2014

Optimizing an ambulatory EHR: Improved satisfaction, utilization and collaboration


By: Heather Nelson, senior director of enterprise clinical systems and IT operations, Baystate Health

A look at how Baystate Health implemented an enterprise-wide ambulatory EHR optimization program to enhance user satisfaction.... Read full story


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April 17, 2014

Cerner Member Portal reaches user milestone


By: Cerner Corporation

Cerner has a member engagement strategy that focuses on all the needs a person has related to their health. From the optimizing various points of an in-patient or office visit, to concentrating on compelling programs and solutions a person can use in the home, our vision for member engagement is comprehensive.... Read full story


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April 11, 2014

Anticipate. Innovate. Accelerate.


By: Cerner Corporation

Anticipating the needs of the health care industry, we're focused on accelerating the development of innovative technologies that help create a healthier tomorrow, today.... Read full story


Category: Technology

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April 03, 2014

Talking Twitter with a health care CIO


By: Cerner Corporation

The Huffington Post recently released a list of the Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter. Steve Huffman, CIO, Beacon Health System (@SteveHuffmanCIO), was one of a handful of health care CIOs to make the list.... Read full story


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April 02, 2014

Cerner, clients recognized as elite and innovative users of IT


By: Cerner Corporation

We're proud to announce that we've ranked 46th in this year’s InformationWeek Elite 100 – a list of the top business technology innovators in the U.S.... Read full story


Category: News, Technology

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March 26, 2014

A whisper on a scream


By: Mike Fadden, MD, CMO, Maryland Healthy Weighs and CMO, Cerner CommunityWorks

I recall a headline in the Wall Street Journal about 10 years ago declaring Type 2 diabetes can be cured with bariatric surgery. I cringed. A new study or review seems to appear weekly supporting the surgical approach. I cringe each time I see them.... Read full story


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March 19, 2014

EHR adoption rates in the U.S.


By: Cerner Corporation

The map above shows EHR adoption rates by state for office-based physicians. North Dakota, Minnesota and Massachusetts lead the country in adoption rate, while New Jersey, Connecticut and Nevada trail. In total, 9 states are above the national average for EHR adoption and 9 fall below average.... Read full story


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March 06, 2014

Using metadata tagging to share sensitive health information


By: Dan Levene, director, Cerner Behavioral Health

Cerner Behavioral Health’s Ultra-Sensitive Exchange solution for facilitating electronic communication of standard (HIPAA-level) and ultra-sensitive protected health information between behavioral health/substance abuse treatment facilities and the wider medical community was recently featured in an article in Modern Healthcare.... Read full story


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February 25, 2014

HIMSS14: Day One Recap


By: Cerner Corporation

We're off an running here at HIMSS14 in sunny Orlando, Fla. With somewhere around 35,000 attendees, this year's conference is the largest one yet.... Read full story


Category: News, EHR, Technology

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February 20, 2014

Taking steps to optimize a health system


By: Cerner Corporation

Integration is an important topic in health IT right now. Health systems are seeing value in integrating clinical systems to provide a clear picture of how a person progresses through the full continuum of care. Also important is integration between clinical and financial systems, allowing organizations to better control costs and operate more efficiently.... Read full story


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