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November 17, 2014

John Glaser to join Cerner upon acquisition close


By: John Glaser, CEO of Siemens Health Services

The Siemens Health Services CEO shares why he’s excited to join the Cerner team, and his new role once the acquisition is final. Upon deal close, John Glaser will join as a senior vice president, focused on driving technology and product strategies, interoperability, and government policy development.... Read full story


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October 11, 2013

Reporting out from CHC 2013


By: Regina Holliday, patient advocate

Regina Holliday shares he thoughts and experiences from Day One of CHC 2013.... Read full story


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October 09, 2013

CHC 2013: Day Three/Four Recap


By: Cerner Corporation

The highlight of Day Three, and the most anticipated moment of any CHC, was Neal Patterson's keynote address. ... Read full story


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October 08, 2013

CHC 2013: Q & A with Steve Miller


By: Cerner Corporation

We had a chance to sit down with Steve Miller, CIO, Oklahoma Heart Hospital, after his CHC 2013 education session covering how HIEs need to change in order to be successful, and sustainable. We talked all things HIE with him, including a very personal experience he had recently where HIE connectivity helped coordinate care for a loved one.... Read full story


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October 07, 2013

CHC 2013: Day Two Recap


By: Cerner Corporation

Day Two of CHC 2013 is officially in the books, and unlike most Mondays, this was one to look forward to. The day started with our second General Session, featuring presentations from Dr. Brendan Carr, CEO, Island Health, and Bert Zimmerli, CFO, Intermountain Healthcare.... Read full story


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October 07, 2013

CHC 2013: Day One Recap


By: Cerner Corporation

And, we're of and rolling at CHC 2013! We excited to welcome our clients, partners and associates to Kansas City to share stories of success, and talk about what the future of health care holds.... Read full story


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October 05, 2013

An update on Cerner's population health efforts


By: Matthew Swindells, senior vice president, Cerner

Cerner embarked on a journey at the beginning of this year to develop and deliver a comprehensive strategy to our clients so they can effectively manage the health of their populations. Throughout the year we have marked significant progress through key relationships, acquisitions and innovative development.... Read full story


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October 04, 2013

CHC 2013: Q & A with Dr. Jonathan Bickel


By: Cerner Corporation

The Senior Director of Clinical Research Informatics and Director of Intelligence at Boston Children’s Hospital, Dr. Jonathan Bickel, will discuss how Boston Children’s, one of the “Most Wired” hospitals in the US, is taking informatics to the next level to improve patient care during our Sunday General Session.... Read full story


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October 03, 2013

CHC 2013: Q & A with Dr. Sajjad Yacoob


By: Cerner Corporation

Dr. Sajjad Yacoob is a pediatrician and the Chief Medical Information Officer at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He'll discuss CHLA’s Knowledge Information Decision Support (KIDS) system and the importance of connecting care across the continuum during Sunday’s General Session. We had a chance to catch up to Dr. Yacoob and ask him about driving change within an organization, the development of the KIDS system and much more.

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October 02, 2013

CHC 2013: Q & A with Dr. Brian Yeaman


By: Cerner Corporation

Dr. Brian Yeaman is a primary care physician and CMIO. During Sunday’s opening General Session, Dr. Yeaman will share how Oklahoma City-area hospitals have reduced readmissions and emergency department visits through SMRTNet, Oklahoma’s state-wide health information exchange.... Read full story


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