10:58 pm November 01, 2015
Fort Memorial Hospital, in Fort Atkinson, Wis., is achieving efficiencies and improvements in its IT development by looking to an IT outsource leader. The hospital uses the services of Cerner Corp., a global supplier of health information technology.
10:03 am October 29, 2015
A survey of emergency department doctors and staff found widespread dissatisfaction with interoperability and usability in Emergency Department Information Systems.
09:41 am October 29, 2015
This past month, a hand injury sent one of our writers to his local emergency room. From the front desk to discharge, he was surprised and impressed at the way technology enabled -- rather than interfered with -- the quality of his care.
10:23 am October 27, 2015
Truman Medical Centers and Cerner, both Kansas City-based healthcare giants, have launched a strategic partnership with the goal of transforming healthcare -- not only in Kansas City but around the world.
08:57 am October 27, 2015
Veterans Affairs' long-standing electronic health record system is facing obsolescence and inhibiting interoperability, according to a report, and VA officials are scheduled to testify in front of a congressional committee likely to inquire about replacing it with a commercial EHR.
11:07 am October 20, 2015
The findings about Epic are likely to surprise some people in the industry because perception is not aligned with reality, according to KLAS.
07:49 am October 20, 2015
The EHR Association takes issue with ONC's limited anecdotal claims and heterogeneous definition of information blocking.
09:31 am October 16, 2015
The new cloud-based platform rolls together analytics, big data, population health, telehealth tools and data from wearables into what the company's CEO said will set expectations for next-gen EHRs.
10:31 am October 14, 2015
Geisinger Health System, a longtime leader in value-based care delivery, has enlisted Cerner to help broaden its population health capabilities, deploying its HealtheIntent platform for cloud-based analytics.
10:36 am September 28, 2015
The rollout of a $300M Epic EHR implementation at Cambridge University Hospitals in the UK is making a bad financial situation worse, according to news reports from across the pond.