Billed by the software giant as its first industry-specific cloud product, the newly-launched platform is also aimed at enhancing patient engagement, improving provider communication and boosting analytics.
A HIMSS20 Digital speaker lays out the industry developments pushing more healthcare provider organizations to consider multi-cloud technology.
To avoid exposure to COVID-19, staff at rural Macon Community Hospital worked with Cerner associates to take the implementation process online.
Georgia employers can use the AI-powered application to assess employees' risk for exposure and get tailored guidance for reopening strategies, and the tool could be scaled nationwide.
Since mid-March, Dr. Mamdouh Riad has been able to see an average of 30 patients per day via the mobile FaceTime integration and has converted 85-90% of patients to telehealth.
Healthcare organizations are using more medical devices that transmit patient data, posing risks for both providers and patients.
Healthcare technology company Cerner and Amazon Web Services are teaming up to offer researchers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic access to de-identified patient data.
The standard, in use at the Mayo Clinic since 2019, can help providers manage their COVID-19 response and comply with CMS and ONC data-exchange regulations, the company says.
And that's not counting more than 240 million daily spam messages launched at Gmail users that try to capitalize on the coronavirus crisis.
The cloud-based Mural virtual-care technology, hosted on Microsoft's Azure platform, enables clinicians to monitor the ventilation status of multiple ICU patients at once.