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Cerner Extends Free CommonWell Services to Users Until 2020

October 12, 2017 - Cerner President Zane Burke announced at the 2017 Cerner Health Conference that the health IT company will be extending free CommonWell services to all Cerner users through 2020. Initially, CommonWell services were made free to all Cerner users until 2017. The additional three years of free service will assist in further promoting interoperability. “Interoperability is very simple to...


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$178M Cerner EHR System Under Review After Persistent Problems

by Kate Monica

British Columbia Health Minister Adrian Dix is launching an independent review of Island Health’s Cerner EHR system, marking the system’s second review in a little over a year. The $178 million Cerner EHR system — called IHealth...

Cerner Advisory Group to Assist with VA EHR Implementation

by Kate Monica

Cerner recently created an Advisory Group to offer insights and recommendations to support Cerner’s work on the EHR modernization at VA. The group includes former government, military, and private sector leaders interested in optimizing...

Standardization, Collaboration Drive Interoperability at Cerner

by Kate Monica

Achieving true interoperability is paramount to maximizing the myriad benefits of health IT and delivering safe, efficient patient care. Federal agencies, healthcare organizations, and health IT companies alike are working to facilitate seamless...

Healthcare Mourns Loss of Cerner Chairman, CEO Neal Patterson

by Kate Monica

Neal Patterson, Chairman and CEO of Cerner Corp., passed away on July 9, 2017 due to complications resulting from a recent recurrence of a previously diagnosed cancer. Cerner Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of the Board Cliff Illig has been named...

NC Health System Adds Epic Patient Monitoring Technology

by Kate Monica

Novant Health is the latest to join a handful of other healthcare organizations as users of Epic’s newest patient monitoring technology. The North Carolina provider will use Epic’s Healthy Planet link to share dashboard information...

VA Confirms Decision for Commercial EHR Replacement of VistA

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is following in the footsteps of the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Military Health System (MHS) in adopting a commercial EHR technology that is nearly identical to the latter's Cerner platform....

Inpatient, Outpatient EHR Are Top Provider Buying Priorities

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

A recent survey of healthcare executives shows that inpatient and outpatient EHR technology are top of mind for provider buying priorities for health IT purchases, trailing only telemedicine. A third of 248 respondents to a Research Data survey...

7 Trends EHR Vendors Must Address to Survive in 2018

by Kate Monica

A new market report addresses areas where EHR vendors will need to improve their systems in order to stay competitive through 2018. According to Kalorama Information, the $28­-billion EHR market dominated by a score large vendors and hundreds...

Leidos Awarded $29M VA Health IT Infrastructure Contract

by Kate Monica

The Department of Veterans Affairs recently awarded Leidos a task order under the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract vehicle. Systems Made Simple, a Leidos Innovations Corporation company, could receive...

Cerner Most Likely Vendor to Replace Homegrown VA EHR System

by Kate Monica

Cerner EHR is rumored to be the most likely candidate to replace the outdated homegrown VA EHR system presently serving the 1,200 healthcare sites of the Veterans Health Administration, according to a new Black Book report. After an expensive...

Top Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) Companies by Ambulatory, Inpatient Settings

by Kate Monica

In an age of overwhelming data access and rapid technological development, ensuring clinicians have the clinical decision support tools to sift through a sea of information to find what is most relevant to their patient’s needs is vital...

Maury Regional Picks Cerner, MidMichigan to Launch Epic EHR

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Tennessee’s top-ranked health system made the decision to replace its hospital and ambulatory EHR systems with an enterprisewide Cerner EHR technology. Maury Regional Health and Cerner Corporation announced the 255-bed center located between...

Epic Systems, Cerner Among 8 Health IT Companies Recognized by EHRA

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Earlier this week, the trade association announced that Epic Systems, Cerner Corporation, six other health IT companies had agreed to move to Version 2 of the EHR Developer Code of Conduct. Validations tied to the first version, introduced back...

HIEs Fail to Meet Needs of Population Health Management

by Kate Monica

Population health management (PHM) is one of the most rapidly expanding areas in healthcare IT according to a recent Black Book report. Despite the growing relevance of this fast-growing aspect of the healthcare industry, a majority of hospitals...

NJ Health System Selects Cerner EHR for System Implementation

by Sara Heath

Inspira Health Network has selected EHR vendor Cerner Corporation for system-wide EHR implementation, according to a press release. The New Jersey-based health system will adopt Cerner’s EHR offering to help bolster care coordination and...

Cerner Makes Key Revenue Cycle Management Hire

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The Kansas City-based health IT company has named Jeff Hurst of Adventist Health System to serve as Senior Vice President of Revenue Cycle Management and President of Cerner RevWorks, the company announced. Currently Florida Hospital's Senior...

Cerner Embroiled in Lawsuits over Employee Wage Disputes

by Jacqueline Belliveau

Cerner Corporation, a leading EHR vendor, has allegedly neglected to pay employees for overtime hours, according to a KCUR 89.3 report. A Cerner employee has recently filed a class-action lawsuit against the healthcare technology company in Kansas...

Top EHR Vendors by Eligible Professional, Hospital EHR Use

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Recent complaints about the EHR Incentive Programs have centered on meaningful use data and how it might inform EHR use moving forward. While the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) may not be able to appease all inquirers, data...

Epic Systems Sweeps Again in 2015 Best in KLAS EHR Rankings

by Sara Heath

KLAS has officially released its 2015/2016 Best in KLAS Rankings, with EHR vendor giant Epic Systems leading the pack. For the sixth straight year in a row, Epic Systems has brought home the Overall Software Suite award. The vendor also received...

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