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June 18, 2014

U.S. investment in health care tops other countries, outcomes lag behind


By: Cerner Corporation

It's no secret that the United States health care system is the most expensive in the world. But, what some may not know is what our investment gets us in terms of quality health care. The answer is, sadly, not much.... Read full story


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June 12, 2014

Interoperability for the common good coming this summer


By: Cerner Corporation

Add one more item to the list of blockbusters coming out this summer...CommonWell.... Read full story


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June 03, 2014

Somerset Medical Center shares Meaningful Use Stage 2 advice


By: Cerner Corporation

Recently, Somerset Medical Center, a long-time Cerner partner, announced it was one of the first hospitals in the United States to attest to Meaningful Use Stage 2. In this Q&A, Dave Dyer, Somerset’s CIO and Vice President of IT Services, and Barbara Boelter, Somerset’s Assistant Vice President for ITS Operations, share their experience and advice for the benefit of other organizations.... Read full story


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May 29, 2014

Necessary versus sufficient EHR launch preparations


By: Brendan Rice, MD, ambulatory CMIO, Via Christi Health

Via Christi Health committed to go far beyond the basic necessities when preparing our providers and staff for their new workflows and system. When we commenced our implementation, we made sure our investments and actions matched the critical importance of EHR training and adoption support.... Read full story


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May 28, 2014

Integrating medical calculators into the EHR


By: Tim Green, manager, Tiger Institute InnovATE team

When it comes to clinical decision support systems (CDSS) and clinical calculators, there are a lot of choices. A quick Google search for medical calculators or algorithms returns dozens of results.... Read full story


Category: EMR, EHR, Technology

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May 22, 2014

Via Christi Health sparks a revolution of its electronic health record platform


By: Brendan Rice, MD, ambulatory CMIO, Via Christi Health

Since 2013 a revolution has been underway at Via Christi Health. It’s a popular, peaceful overthrow of the current state. We elected a new electronic health record to serve our 8,000 clinical and administrative professionals.... Read full story


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May 20, 2014

Innovation through collaboration at the Spring 2014 Cerner Physician Community


By: Doug Dickey, MD, senior director, Cerner

The Spring 2014 Cerner Physician Community meeting wrapped up recently, and it was one for the record books. More than 100 clients from more than 60 sites attended the event in downtown Kansas City.... Read full story


Category: EHR, Technology

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May 15, 2014

Routine checkups lead to improved diagnoses


By: Cerner Corporation

Researchers are mining data collected in electronic health record systems to gain insights and influence better care decisions.... Read full story


Category: EHR, Research, Video, Technology

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May 14, 2014

Implementing Direct secure messaging


By: Cerner Corporation

Cerner has been a proud supporter of the Direct Project since its inception, so we're pleased to see it gaining ground as a way to securely transfer health information.... Read full story


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May 07, 2014

What does the future of medicine look like?


By: Cerner Corporation

Neal Patterson has said for years that health care is too important to stay the same. In fact, Cerner has been making meaningful contributions to meaningful changes in health care for more than three decades now. But, we always have our eye on the future, trying to anticipate where the industry is headed. As many of you know, that's no easy task.... Read full story


Category: Technology

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Tags: Innovation

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