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In this virtual session, Cerner leaders will provide updates on Cerner Integrated Behavioral Health, cover current industry trends and discuss plans around future solution features and capabilities.
The speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.
Welcome to the 2021 Revenue Management Forum. Join us for a look back at 2020-2021 and the exciting strategic initiatives and plans for the future.
Join this session to learn about the latest rehabilitation solution updates. Cerner experts will cover current industry trends as well as future plans for rehabilitation technology.
Join our session to learn about the latest long-term care solution updates. During this session, Cerner experts will cover current industry trends as well as future plans for long-term care technology.
Empowering you to deliver a healthier bottom line through an evolved patient accounting experience: Cerner RevElate Patient Accounting. This new patient accounting product is the next step to advancing clinically driven revenue cycle workflows. Learn more about the product benefits and capabilities so you can plan your roadmap to embrace the new experience.
The Pediatric Forum, co-sponsored by Cerner and the Pediatric Leadership Council (PLC), is intended to broaden the adoption of Model Pediatric functionality, increase feedback and networking for our pediatric community, and expose them to best practices from our children’s hospitals. This Forum is designed to share more about infusion management and pediatric ambulatory care, include real-world use cases about functionality, and provide networking opportunities with peers.
Clinical security solutions like business continuity, auditing and identity management help staff keep operations moving forward during a potential system outage and secure important patient information. During this session, you will hear how Cerner clinical security solutions can support your enterprise strategy. We’ll also share how your organization can use a provisioning adapter as part of your identity management strategy to help ensure that resources are accessible only to authorized staff.
From the point of service, this session discusses how to manage a patient's identity by creating a single patient record with a more complete picture of the patient's health and financial information. Join us for a Patient Access discussion as we review what's new and available now, Patient Access workflows released in Model 21.3, and future capabilities on the horizon.
Join us for a discussion on Acute Case Management product advancements. We'll explore what's available now, invalidation or planned for the future. With the evolution of the reimbursement model, bundled payments and others, efficient management of care have never been more important. Automating workflows within one patient record across your organization helps increase staff efficiencies and collect appropriate reimbursement. Connect clinical and financial information organization-wide in an effort to decrease readmission rates, increase staff efficiencies and improve quality of care rate.
This past year spotlighted the need for continuous security monitoring and protection of healthcare organizations. You have entrusted Cerner to keep your electronic health record secure. We strongly believe in creating a solid program anchored around your entire enterprise, extending beyond your EHR. During this event, understand how Cerner is assisting healthcare organizations with around-the-clock monitoring utilizing a MSSP to support your entire enterprise and best practices to proactively prepare your posture to grow with the everchanging healthcare landscape.
Consumer expectations for a modernized healthcare experience are on the rise and organizations are under pressure to meet these demands. Innovation and technology can help organizations leverage data to deliver a comprehensive experience that is personal, trustworthy and convenient – all while supporting sustainable, long-term outcomes. In this forum, listen to Cerner leaders speak to the latest trends in consumer engagement and the digital tools necessary to help meet consumer expectations.
Tune in to hear what Cerner Corporation experts have to say about the future of revenue cycle management with intelligence and automation. This session defines the vision and composition of workflow automation, addresses how Cerner plans to deliver and highlights the experience of clients that utilize Cerner's workflow automation.
Join this session and elevate your knowledge about Cerner's Patient Accounting Millennium CPA. Tune in to hear experts from Cerner address current features, future features and optimization opportunities.
Join us for a discussion as we take a dive into current GA features like ADT Notifications, Virtual Appointments and Encounter Management, and the ability to preview insurance auto-prioritization results. We'll also look to the future to discuss what's coming down the line for Soarian in terms of prospective features.
Presentation topics covered in this session:
Regulatory road map and scorecardPromoting Interoperability updates2015 CEHRT Cures Millennium updateQ&A
Regulatory road map and scorecard
Ensure your organization is prepared for regulatory requirements and technology changes for 2021 - 2023. Utilize this session to plan your road map and learn about the upcoming changes in the regulatory landscape.
Promoting Interoperability updates
The Promoting Interoperability Program continues to evolve with rulemaking each year. This session will cover updates to the Eligible Hospital Promoting Interoperability Program as well as the MIPS Promoting Interoperability program.
2015 CEHRT Cures Millennium update
As we continue to work toward the January 1, 2023 deadline for implementing the 2015 CEHRT Cures Update for CMS programs, find out the latest information and updates to ensure a successful implementation for your organization. Specific areas of focus include the FHIR Bulk Data API implementation and licensing and Millennium Configuration details.
Presentation topics covered in this session:
No Surprises Here, The Age of Price TransparencyQ&AQuality reporting updatesQuality Payment Program: APM Performance Pathway (APP)/MIPS Value Pathways (MVPs)Q&A
No Surprises Here, The Age of Price Transparency
This session will largely focus on the No Surprises Act and regulations issued under that Act. It will segregate the various requirements and impacts of those requirements of the No Surprises Act out. It will also touch on the Hospital Price Transparency requirements and updates under the OPPS.
Quality reporting updates
This session will cover relevant changes to the Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) program and Quality Payment Program (QPP) and use of eCQMs and CQMs for Quality submission and the impacts of the proposed rule on 2022 submission and future reporting years.
Quality Payment Program: APM Performance Pathway (APP)/MIPS Value Pathways (MVPs)
In this session, we will review the current and upcoming reporting years and how eligible clinicians will be able to report their Quality data via traditional MIPS, CMS Web Interface measures, APP reporting or MVPs.
Appropriate Use Criteria
Information Blocking: Shifting to All EHI
This session will review federal actions for related to COVID including implementing COVID vaccination requirements for healthcare providers and their staff, large employers and the federal workforce along with full approval standing of the vaccinations by the FDA. The session will also touch on recent funding developments related to the American Relief Plan and COVID and the current state of their implementation.
This session will recap current CMS requirements and updates from the 2022 Proposed Physician Fee Schedule for Appropriate Use Criteria and outline Cerner's most recent work to help clients prepare for full program implementation with new functionality and capabilities.
This session will provide insight into Cerner recommended next steps for an organization approach to compliance with Information Blocking scoped to "All EHI". Clients will also receive updates on Cerner technology considerations to aid in Information Blocking planning.
Join Dr. Julie Gerberding, chief patient officer and executive vice president of population health and sustainability at Merck, and Cerner board of directors member, as she introduces Dr. David Feinberg, newly appointed president and CEO of Cerner. Dr. Gerberding will share why Dr. Feinberg was the right fit to lead Cerner into the future, as Dr. Feinberg discusses why he choose to join Cerner and key focus areas he plans to drive.
In this session, you’ll hear from leaders at North London Partners, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, and Lewisham Health and Care Partners on their work to address the determinants of health in the U.K. The discussion will cover identifying underserved groups to improve equity in flu and COVID-19 vaccination, building a population health management strategy from person to system, improving diabetes care and more.
Memorial Hermann uses Cerner Unified Consumer Communications to offer texting capabilities within its consumer engagement workflow. In this session, an executive from the health system will describe the implementation process and use cases.
The Cerner Advancing ambulatory showcase demonstrates how our workflows will streamline the physician and clinician's time spent in the EHR. We will display how our embedded tools support closing gaps in care for individual patients and across the patient population. We will also highlight our provider mobility solution that will support physicians on the go and how they can manage their patients from their mobile device as well as consumer applications and tools.
As demand for outpatient care grows, it’s important that ambulatory practices increase clinical and operational efficiencies. Recent upgrades in ambulatory clinical solutions and workflows can support a better clinician experience. In this session, physicians from the University of Missouri and Carpenters Wellness Center will share their experiences with using new ambulatory advancements and discuss the impact of continuous delivery.
Please join us for a special executive fireside chat where we will share exciting new developments on our revenue cycle strategy and insights on what we're doing to help your organizations thrive.
Healthcare organizations are often challenged with balancing their day-to-day work and spending time optimizing their systems to improve performance and gain efficiencies. Given their strong, mature relationship, Tenet and Cerner partnered to embed the latest technology into clinical workflows across 41 hospitals and five new Cerner footprints. This collaboration has positively impacted the clinician experience, enhanced end-user satisfaction, and improved the patient experience.
Geisinger is gaining insight into the social vulnerabilities of the communities it serves by pairing Cerner HealtheIntent capabilities with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Social Vulnerability Index data. In this session, you'll hear how Geisinger used clinical and non-clinical data to improve analytic problem-solving processes and better address social determinants of health through patient analysis, outreach and social intervention.
During this session, you'll hear how Baystate Health collaborated with Cerner to design improved operational governance and delivery structure as a stepping-stone to wholesale organizational transformation.
The importance of palliative care has been well established in medical literature and the last year-and-a-half shone a spotlight on the urgency to improve the quality of life for patients living with a serious illness and their family caregivers. Einstein Healthcare Network collaborated with Cerner to create a machine-learning algorithm that can help proactively identify and stratify patients living with a serious illness across the continuum of care. Learn more about Einstein Healthcare Network's palliative goals and how it's collaborating with Cerner to intervene on patients who will benefit from palliative care services.
The ability to connect patient and consumer health records and information has been a long-running industry challenge. While significant progress has been made over the past decade, what can we do as administrators and providers to collectively reach interoperability’s mission? Join a conversation featuring viewpoints from an industry analyst, and U.S. and UK government representatives as they discuss the ecosystem of healthcare and share ideas of how the industry can come together to improve interoperability beyond data collection to usability.
Through use of a common, single and integrated platform, we provide clinical and financial solutions and services to serve your needs across the continuum of care. This integrated strategy allows you to drive revenue cycle performance in today’s fee-for-service environment while preparing for the value-based payment models of tomorrow – all while improving savings, cost-effectiveness and building a healthier bottom line. Our comprehensive suite of solutions shown in this presentation spans across registration, scheduling, case management, health information management (HIM), contract management, patient accounting and transaction services.
See how Cerner supports your care teams and patients as care is transitioned from care team to care team, and venue to venue, providing streamlined and seamless operations both inside and outside of the hospital. In this session you'll see intelligent referral management, multidisciplinary rounding tools, discharge progression and planning, hospital at home care, and much more to support these critical moments in care.
Customer relationship management (CRM) technology is making its way into healthcare, serving as a key tool for organizations to create more meaningful interactions with their patients and consumers. ChristianaCare has found success in implementing an enterprisewide CRM strategy with HealtheCRM, a clinically informed CRM solution that combines data and insights from Cerner HealtheIntent with CRM technologies, Salesforce Health Cloud and Marketing Cloud. ChristianaCare’s enterprise CRM strategy is helping the organization communicate to its population and help close gaps in care. Join this session to learn about ChristianaCare’s CRM strategy, empowering it to use one CRM system for multiple use cases throughout its organization to provide a more connected consumer experience.
The Centre for Mental Health Addiction (CAMH) is a large, academic mental health facility in Toronto, Ontario, employing 426 physicians. They implemented Cerner Millennium® six years ago and have achieved HIMSS Stage 7 and Davies Awards for their use of data in improving health outcomes. The organization has been implementing a broader wellness strategy and the use of the EHR has been factored in. EHR usage is commonly attributed to physician burnout, and CAMH took deliberate steps using existing staff to address those concerns and engage with end users in a structured way. Join this session to learn how CAMH formed a SWAT team of 10 multidisciplinary staff and engaged with the physician chiefs across the organization to gather EHR requests. Using an agile approach to project management, the requests were assessed through monthly meetings with the divisions and measures implemented from training through to system changes.
During this fireside chat, attendees will hear from Mr. Bill Tinston, director, Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program office and Mr. Travis Dalton, chief client and services officer, Cerner and president, Cerner Government Services to talk about how collaboration, data accessibility and leadership can improve connectivity and care delivery across the public and private sector. The FEHRM is working to implement a single common federal health record between the departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security as well as their community care partners. Along the way, the FEHRM launched the joint health information exchange that enhances the ability for both departments to share patient records with community health care partners – connecting DOD and VA with more than 61,000 hospitals, pharmacies, clinics, labs, federally qualified health centers, and nursing homes throughout the country. Join Mr. Tinston as he discusses his perspectives on the future of interoperability.
Data-informed decisions support clinician and patient satisfaction, streamline operations and clarify strategy. With data more plentiful than ever before, how do you reap the benefits from everything at your disposal? Available free of charge for all Cerner clients, Lights On Network (LON) provides insights into system performance, solution adoption, workforce experience and value outcomes. In this session, William Kendall Wyatt, MD, RN, associate chief medical information officer, Charleston Area Medical Center, will explain the effective strategies his organization used to gain momentum with LightsOn and Cerner Advance, understand the outcomes to date and continue future use.
Fall prevention is a major issue in healthcare organizations. Patient falls not only increase the patient length of stay and healthcare costs but may also trigger lawsuits resulting in settlements of millions of dollars due to patient injury. Hospitals now absorb the extra medical costs of patient injuries sustained in falls, which are considered preventable or “never” events.
Learn how UHS significantly reduced falls at its hospitals by integrating patient bed alerts with CareAware Connect, potentially saving millions of dollars annually and increasing patient throughput.
Within the last decade, interoperability has transformed the healthcare landscape. National health information exchanges (HIEs) like CommonWell Health Alliance, along with state HIEs, have created robust data exchange capabilities. Scalable and secure cross-industry exchanges, such as DirectTrust and ePrescribe, have standardized engagements with the patients' care team and/or retail pharmacies. As a result, health systems are less dependent on patients supplying their own medical record at the point of care. In this session, a panel of industry experts will explain how interoperability is integrated within their organizations to streamline patient care.
In this session, Genesis Physicians Group, the largest network of independent primary and specialty physicians in North Texas, details its journey to integrate specialty physicians and other non-primary care providers (PCP) into its traditionally PCP-focused accountable care organization (ACO). Genesis will share the importance of supporting its PCPs with referral services and how HealtheReferrals can enable them to create more seamless transitions of care across their multi-electronic health record provider network.
Empowering patients with the ability to securely share their health data can enable more meaningful conversations between the clinicians and patients. Cerner is one of the first to support Apple's new feature that makes this happen. Soon, iPhone users can choose to share data directly with participating Cerner-supported providers where clinicians can view directly inside their Cerner Millennium Powerchart.
In spring 2021, Cerner released the first iteration of a new workflow developed for the pathologist. Using the Cerner EHR as the launch point, this new workflow allows the pathologist to see more information related to the patient and case in a single view. In this session, Dustin Greer, Director of Cerner Laboratory, will lead attendees through a historical journey of Anatomic Pathology advancements, providing insight on this innovation and future direction of Cerner Anatomic Pathology.
In this session, Sherry Willis, director of information systems at Henry Community Health, discusses how it utilizes the Cerner clinically informed customer relationship management (CRM) offering. HealtheCRM helps the organization complete targeted and personalized campaigns across various initiatives to help close care gaps, educate its diabetic population on condition management and drive service-line growth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it many challenges for the healthcare industry from patient care to financial difficulties, workforce health to health disparities and more. Join this panel of experts as they discuss how their organizations have navigated—and continue to navigate —recovery efforts using innovation, transformation and applied lessons learned to sustain a strong future.
This is an encore presentation of the Cerner showcase: Shaping healthcare. Watch as Cerner shapes the experience for patients, clinicians, and healthcare systems. This presentation will follow one family's journey where you'll see clinical scenarios spanning different venues of care and various clinical workflows. You'll experience Cerner's intuitive, clinically driven and consumer-focused solutions seeing how data presented to the right person at the right time is turned into actionable insights shaping health and care delivery across your community.
This is an encore presentation of the Cerner showcase: Transitions of care. See how Cerner supports your care teams and patients as care is transitioned from care team to care team, and venue to venue, providing streamlined and seamless operations both inside and outside of the hospital. In this session you'll see intelligent referral management, multidisciplinary rounding tools, discharge progression and planning, hospital at home care, and much more to support these critical moments in care.
In a recent survey, 80% of financial executives said value-based care would have increased their margins during the pandemic.1 In this session, Dr. Nishant Anand, MD, executive vice president and chief medical officer of BayCare Health System, discusses strategies for advancing your value-based care journey, best practices for taking a holistic approach, the intersection between value-based care and data analytics, and BayCare’s successes and learnings.
1HFMA, Ripple effects of the pandemic on the move toward value, October 2020
The CareView Discharge Progression board is a multi-disciplinary patient throughput visual management system used to coordinate and sequence efficient and high-quality care planning for patients and families. The CareView huddle process supports proactive coordination and prioritization of patient-centered tasks to ensure discharge occurs at the right time and the right location. The huddles occur three times per day at the electronic board and promote a team focus on discharge goals to support overall throughput targets. Successful adoption of this kind of people, process and technology change requires a culture of innovation and strong collaboration between point of service leaders, IT and informatics.
Seamless Exchange focuses on interoperability capabilities that collect, curate and organize data from disparate systems across the health IT landscape to build a complete longitudinal record. By delivering the right data at the right time, Seamless Exchange is designed to improve data usability for clinicians, ultimately supporting physician wellness and better outcomes through quality decision support. In this session, validation partners will discuss their implementation journey piloting Seamless Exchange. Topics will include findings, adjusting course with cloud technologies, best practices for preparing organizations for a smooth rollout, reconciling data and the benefits of deduplicated data, improving workflows and experiencing a more comprehensive patient record.
In this client breakout session, representatives from the University of Tennessee Medical Center will discuss the organization’s journey from standing up enhanced telehealth capabilities at the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic through developing an enterprisewide telehealth strategy. Hear about the organization’s goal of creating a convenient experience for patients and providers through a single telehealth solution and experience, along with the initiatives the team is targeting to continue scaling its telehealth efforts.
In the client HIT talk session, representatives from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) will discuss how it leverages Cerner Video Visits to provide care to students, faculty and their families. They'll share the institution's telehealth strategy and the common use cases and specialties the team focuses on, including psychiatry, psychology and family medicine. They'll also talk about how the team earns buy-in on telehealth utilization among its providers.
In this session, representative from Torrance will discuss how the organization leveraged LaunchPoint to improve communication, especially relating to expected admissions, status of COVID patients and notification of potential sepsis patients. It also helped in the management of behavioral health patients.
The question always arises: How do we obtain more data to better inform our healthcare analytics platforms to help improve outcomes? CommonSpirit Health, in partnership with Cerner and multiple state immunization registries, created a first-of-its-kind strategy around accessing immunization data reported to the state within its population health platform. This new technology will not only drive pursuit of COVID vaccines, but also serve as a strategy that will continue to scale to other population health-driven use cases.
Industry healthcare leaders list clinician efficiency, care team coordination and patient experience among their top areas of focus in the coming years. In this executive discussion, you'll hear from ambulatory leaders who manage evolving consumer expectations and rapidly changing care models, while leveraging their systems to provide greater clinical and operational efficiencies. Panel speakers will assess the biggest pain points of ambulatory organizations and discuss strategies they've deployed to manage through current trends.
Come join us for a deep dive into the Cerner Laboratory road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the Cerner radiology road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the electronic health record (EHR) road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the perioperative and inventory management road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how to improve workflows and increase efficiency for department leaders and end users, and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
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Through generous associate, community and corporate support, Cerner Charitable Foundation provides equitable access to care for children around the world through medical grants and health and wellness programs.
Join us to celebrate Cerner Charitable Foundation's mission of healthier tomorrows and stronger communities!
With inspiring messages about the impact Cerner Charitable Foundation is making around the world, cocktail demonstrations from top mixologists, live music, a DJ and trivia from a live band, this virtual gala is like no Masquerade you’ve ever seen before.
Join Eva Karp, senior vice president & chief clinical and patient safety officer as she welcomes best-selling author, physician-scientist, disease hunter, and survivor of Castleman disease, Dr. David Fajgenbaum. Dr. Fajgenbaum will take you on his journey from a college football player to a patient with a deadly illness; to becoming a physician-scientist working to discover a cure for himself and so many others fighting rare diseases.
To learn more about the work that Dr. Fajgenbaum is doing, visit his website https://chasingmycure.com/.
A real-time health system is a health delivery organization that uses near, real-time data from many sources to improve clinical, operational and financial efficiency and effectiveness, and improve patient engagement in a safe and secure manner. An RTHS enables integrated, holistic real-time data that converts to actionable information that drives care team communication and operational efficiency. As one of the largest health systems in the United States, Banner Health is leveraging a comprehensive approach to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care delivery. Their strategy includes thoughtful use of clinical communications, workforce and throughput strategies to achieve operational excellence and enhance the clinician and patient experience. During this session, you'll hear insights from Banner Health regarding their journey as a real-time health system, including challenges, strategies and triumphs.
A panel discussion describing the relationship between Health Informatics and Functional Communities. This group of professionals represents the integration of evidence-based medicine from clinical communities with leading business operations and health information technology interactions.
This is an encore presentation of the Cerner showcase: Revenue cycle. Through use of a common, single and integrated platform, we provide clinical and financial solutions and services to serve your needs across the continuum of care. This integrated strategy allows you to drive revenue cycle performance in today’s fee-for-service environment while preparing for the value-based payment models of tomorrow – all while improving savings, cost-effectiveness and building a healthier bottom line. Our comprehensive suite of solutions shown in this presentation spans across registration, scheduling, case management, health information management (HIM), contract management, patient accounting and transaction services.
This an encore presentation of the Cerner showcase: Transitions of care. See how Cerner supports your care teams and patients as care is transitioned from care team to care team, and venue to venue, providing streamlined and seamless operations both inside and outside of the hospital. In this session you'll see intelligent referral management, multidisciplinary rounding tools, discharge progression and planning, hospital at home care, and much more to support these critical moments in care.
Health inequity is a multiple-industry issue with significant impacts on people and communities. Join this fireside chat and sit down with two individuals, Cerner CEO and President, Dr. David Feinberg and Dr. Micky Tripathi, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, as they discuss the importance of health equity, the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to advance health equity, including sexual orientation, gender identity and social determinants of health and how the sharing of health information will support efforts to advance health equity.
In this session, executives from Inspira Health and ChristianaCare will discuss best practices for building connected and modern consumer experiences across enterprises.
The COVID-19 pandemic has focused global attention and resources on improving public health reporting systems. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) is running a joint nationwide effort intended to strengthen public health data collection, standardization and automation that includes the development of an electronic case reporting (eCR) application. Cerner adopted the new FHIR application, eCR Now, in 2020 and began testing and deployment at LMH Health (LMH), which resulted in a go live in April 2021 and general availability in July 2021. This breakout session will review eCR Now and Cerner's eCR solution, discuss the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rule requiring eCR attestation for Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program incentive payments in 2022, and share LMH’s experience and outcomes using the app.
The Great North Care Record (GNCR) and Cerner collaborated to securely connect patient information across the North East and North Cumbria regions of the U.K. Supported by the Cerner Health Information Exchange (HIE), nearly 10,000 care professionals – spanning adult social care, primary care, out of hours, ambulance, mental health, community and acute care settings – are regularly accessing an increasingly comprehensive and holistic aggregation of records in the HIE. During this session, representatives from GNCR will share their journey, including extra connections made and expansion plans for the HIE.
Ongoing EHR user support is an essential component of clinician satisfaction. Whether organizations have recently undergone optimization efforts or are looking for ways to increase user satisfaction, it is imperative to assess how their organization supports users. Hear from clients firsthand who have successfully implemented Cerner Analytics & Sustainment framework.
In this session, Sachin Gupta, PhD, MBA, MT(ASCPi)MB, LSSBB, CPHQ, from BayCare Health System, will share information related to the development and management of a successful utilization program. In fall 2020, ASCP recognized him as a Choosing Wisely Champion because of the organization's work related to utilization management tools to help manage the appropriateness of diagnostic testing. He'll discuss BayCare's process for determining and implementing initiatives and how it measures success and benefits. You'll also hear examples of utilization initiatives that have resulted in substantial savings.
Unplanned acute-care transfers and falls in inpatient rehabilitation hospitals can affect patient outcomes and be costly to the post-acute care organization. Encompass Health, the nation’s largest system of rehabilitation hospitals, has collaborated with Cerner to develop predictive models to identify patients at risk for an unplanned acute-care transfers, as well as falls risks, by leveraging original research, machine learning and statistical analysis. The goal is early identification of risk with early interventional strategies so the patient can complete the rehab experience successfully and return home as soon as possible. The acute-care transfer functionality will soon be available to Cerner clients.
In this session, representatives from Fisher-Titus Medical Center will describe the Ohio-based healthcare organization's telehealth journey and its impact on providing care to its population. They'll speak to the progress in achieving call success rate goals and offer enhanced ways to engage people in their care.
In this session, representatives from Torrance Memorial will review the development and implementation tactics of the narcotic-induced respiratory depression (NIRD) tool. It was designed to stratify risk and guide the clinician in monitoring the patient receiving narcotics based on their individual level of risk.
In 2020, TransForm Shared Service Organization completed three go-lives at four organizations in a remote environment. Learn how the organization successfully implemented a true regional solution and trained over 10,000 healthcare providers by leveraging the Cerner Learning Framework, self-led practice labs, eCoach, in-person and virtual training classes.
The maturity of data and analytics is at the forefront of healthcare modernization. In this interactive panel, you'll hear from industry leaders and Cerner about market forces and trends that have us rethinking and redefining data and analytic use cases and roles. Panelists will share how modern healthcare technology is revolutionizing ways we address the simplest to most complex healthcare questions and the strategy impacts. Gone are the days of printed reports and Excel files. Modern-day data and analytics are here and rapidly advancing the realm of possibilities for provider department heads, analysts and physicians while opening the door for data scientists and researchers alike. Are you ready?
The COVID-19 pandemic triggered an unprecedented growth of collaboration across the physician, research and life sciences ecosystem. Featuring Kantar Health and Indiana Health University (IUH), this session will explore how life sciences and Cerner Learning Health Network (LHN) members are collaborating to help make research for all a reality. Hear about the groundbreaking opportunity that brings physicians, researchers and evidence-based discoveries together to accelerate the development and deployment of insights and therapies by harnessing the power of everyday healthcare.
The recent pandemic impacted many aspects of how companies do business, and healthcare was no exception. It advanced the adoption of new innovations technologies in many venues of care (including acute), accelerated the move to new venues of care and exposed related opportunities to improve the patient experience overall. This session will focus on how organizations have addressed the evolution in care, including moving to non-traditional venues like the home and ambulatory, and the adoption of new processes and technologies required to support these changes.
Dr. Sean P. Spina, BSc(Pharm), ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP; Clinical coordinator for Island Health, Canada; Research/grants: Vocera The remaining speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.
The increased reliance on virtual care and work-from-home has forever impacted the landscape of healthcare. Find out how cyberattacks can impact your hospital or health system as Russ Branzell, President & CEO, CHIME and Kevin Hutchison, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, Cerner, discuss a range of topics that include working remotely, ransomware, and the cyber divide.
A remote patient monitoring (RPM) program can help reduce emergency situations and readmissions while promoting patient engagement by enabling timely interventions, notifying the care team of care plan deviations and helping involve the person as part of their own care team. Now, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) offers reimbursement for the program. In this session, explore how your organization can benefit from a RPM program, market drivers, and service and technology strategies. Discover how Cerner's RPM product can support your quality initiatives across your organizations and networks.
In this session, representatives from Nicklaus Children's will share how it utilized advanced analytics, such as address geocoding, to identify socioeconomic risk factors for patients with COVID-19 and how it rapidly plans to expand to other chronic conditions. Cerner analytic experts and Nicklaus Children's representatives will offer a deep dive into strategic best practices and how the analytic capabilities of HealtheEDW Advanced can help act as a lever to bring your analytic discovery capabilities and visualization tool utilization to the next level.
Patients continue to expect providers to engage in their care digitally and outside the four walls of the hospital. In this session, Jon Schremp, director of digital health engagement at Banner Health, will explore the organization's digital therapeutic efforts and how it can help elevate the patient care experience.
Only 3% of physicians and patients participate in clinical research. To make clinical research and trials a reality for the other 97%, hospitals of all sizes, locations and research capabilities will need to create and execute a strategy. During this session, you'll hear from Joseph Izzo, MD, attending emergency medicine physician and data informaticist at San Joaquin General Hospital, about how it leveraged the Cerner Learning Health Network to grow its research capabilities in less than three months.
Join representatives from Obstetrics Essential Clinical Dataset (ECD) early adopter Adventist Health to learn about this collaborative approach to reduce time spent and clicks required in acute obstetrics admission nursing documentation appropriate for the patient. They'll also share their experiences with the implementation and results achieved.
As consumerism in healthcare continues to rise, organizations are recognizing the need to adapt to consumer behaviors to be successful. This power session will address market trends, how health systems are adapting to those trends and ways healthcare IT is assisting in response to the changes in engagement behaviors.
In this session, Cerner analytic executives will provide an update on our continued progress toward streamlining your analytic and reporting experience, known as Cerner Unified Analytics and Reporting, starting with U.S. Cerner Millennium clients. Progress will be shared on how we are executing on our vision to provide you a singular application for all clinical, operational and financial needs that leverages industry-leading analytic visualization tools, like Tableau and SAP BusinessObjects, and how we plan to support lower latency or the speed in which Millennium data is updated in reports and dashboards.
Children's National and Cerner are collaborating around precision medicine. In this session, providers from Children’s National discuss the new Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standards and share how physicians use genetic variant information.
This is an encore presentation of the Cerner showcase: Advancing ambulatory. The Cerner ambulatory showcase demonstrates how our workflows will streamline the physician and clinician's time spent in the EHR. We will display how our embedded tools support closing gaps in care for individual patients and across the patient population. We will also highlight our provider mobility solution that will support physicians on the go and how they can manage their patients from their mobile device as well as consumer applications and tools.
Children are often underrepresented in research, which makes it difficult to create meaningful insights back to the point of care. Join CHOC, Children's Mercy and Children's National to hear how nationwide, research-ready data and technology advancements are helping enable innovation, research insights and operational health. All with the goal of improving the well-being of children, everywhere.
The Cerner Opioid Use Disorder Predictor uses AI and machine learning to help clinicians improve patient outcomes. In this session, Douglas Burgess, MD, Truman Medical Center, and his patient will share a firsthand account of identifying and treating opioid use disorder.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Unfortunately, current screening and assessment methods can often miss those who are at risk. In light of recent world events, the potential for suicidal behavior is increasing. While the effects of COVID-19 on suicide rates continues to be studied, it’s clear that the pandemic has a negative impact on mental health overall. In this session, leaders from Cerner, Rogers Behavioral Health and Menninger Clinic will discuss how technology and data can help identify those who may be high risk for suicidal behavior.
Learn why Destin Plastic Surgery decided to implement Cerner's Ambulatory Surgery Center offering into their surgery center and how this has helped them reach their goal of paper reduction and more.
During this session, representatives from Jackson Health will provide their initial experience as a testing partner for uplifted Cerner emergent event (trauma) documentation. They'll discuss benefits including capturing real-time data and trauma team personnel, final note creation and body map for documenting injuries.
Come join us for a deep dive into the Cerner cardiology road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the Cerner oncology road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Feyi Ayodele, MBA - CEO of Cancer IQ; Shareholder, Cancer IQ and Candace Westgate DO MPH FACOG: Myriad Genetics and Grail - consulting fees
The remaining speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.
Come join us and Alfred Health for a deep dive into the critical care management road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner critical care management innovations that will help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the workflows impact department leaders and end-users, and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the outpatient pharmacy road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how to improve workflows and increase efficiency for department leaders and end users, and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the women's health road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users, including the use of recently released pregnancy modernization and blood loss calculator enhancements. Engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature. This session is intended for clients with PowerChart Maternity, FetaLink and FetaLink+.
This demo highlights how Cerner Acute Case Management connects clinical and financial workflows, eliminates bolt-on systems and saves your clinical staff time from disparate or duplicative entry. The level of specificity and quality of documentation captured prior to coding further fuels a clinically driven revenue cycle and is designed to enable smooth care transitions.
In this demo, you'll see the new advancements made to clinical workflows, as well as new enhancements still being developed to improve efficiency, clinician experience and operational results.
This demo showcases enhancements to perioperative clinical and operational workflows, highlighting continuing advances in patient engagement, surgical readiness, case cart creation and fulfillment, and perioperative analytics.
This demo showcases enhancements to behavioral health clinical and operational workflows, highlighting continuing advances in patient engagement in their care through virtual visits, advancements in our group therapy documentation and new reporting powered by HealtheAnalytics.
Northern Light Health and Memorial Hermann have leveraged Clinical Blueprints to drive strategic planning and electronic health record (EHR) optimization. In this session, leaders from both health systems will share how they use Blueprints to plan and prioritize capital budgeting, optimize the EHR across acute and ambulatory venues, and move clinicians toward more efficient workflows and updated technology.
Discover how the Cerner Learning Health Network (LHN) is creating the intersection of everyday healthcare and life sciences that aims to accelerate the discovery, development and deployment of groundbreaking insights and therapies. In this demo, you can learn how your health system can join this ecosystem of innovation that can help you launch or further your clinical research and trial capabilities. At no cost.
This demo introduces Cerner Mobile Care, a native mobile app that builds on your organization's existing investment in Cerner Millennium and PowerChart. Role-specific workflows allow users to store and access information on the go, both online and offline, regardless of location. This application is best suited for those providing hospital care services in the home setting.
The demo showcases enhancements to Cerner solutions supporting the complex care of oncology patients.
This session introduces Cerner RevElate Patient Accounting – a new approach to patient accounting that advances the clinically driven revenue cycle capabilities by surrounding your revenue cycle with automation, extensibility with third parties, and an open platform that supports workflow automation both within and outside of the Cerner Revenue Cycle products.
Cerner ambulatory showcase demonstrates how our workflows will streamline the physician's and clinician's time spent in the EHR. We'll display how embedded tools support closing gaps in care for individuals and across the patient population. We'll also highlight our provider mobility solution that will support physicians on the go and how they can manage their patients from their mobile devices, as well as consumer applications and tools.
Through the use of a common, single and integrated platform, we provide clinical and financial solutions and services to serve your needs across the continuum of care. This integrated strategy allows you to drive revenue cycle performance in today’s fee-for-service environment while preparing for the value-based payment models of tomorrow – all while improving savings, cost-effectiveness and building a healthier bottom line. Our comprehensive suite of solutions shown in this demo spans across registration, scheduling, case management, health information management (HIM), contract management, patient accounting and transaction services.
In this demo, you can see how Cerner shapes the healthcare experience for patients, clinicians and healthcare systems. This presentation will follow one family's journey where you'll see clinical scenarios spanning different venues of care and various clinical workflows. You'll experience Cerner's intuitive, clinically driven and consumer-focused solutions seeing how data presented to the right person at the right time is turned into actionable insights shaping health and care delivery across your community.
Watch as Cerner shapes healthcare experience for patients, clinicians, and healthcare systems. This presentation will follow one family's journey where you'll see clinical scenarios spanning different venues of care and various clinical workflows. You'll experience Cerner's intuitive, clinically driven and consumer-focused solutions seeing how data presented to the right person at the right time is turned into actionable insights shaping health and care delivery across your community.
In this demo, you can see how Cerner supports your care teams and patients as care transitions from care team to care team and venue to venue, providing streamlined and seamless operations, both inside and outside of the hospital. The demo focuses on how intelligent referral management, multidisciplinary rounding tools, discharge progression and planning, hospital at home care and many others support these critical moments in care.
This demo provides an overview of Cerner's unified analytics and reporting that leverage the HealtheIntent platform to acquire, process and summarize data. These interactive reports utilize Tableau within HealtheAnalytics to deliver key information to stakeholders through standard content being developed to support clinical, operations and financial metrics.
This demo highlights Chart Assist powered by Cerner.AI. Chart Assist uses Cerner's natural language processing technology in conjunction with clinical algorithms to identify opportunities for documentation quality improvement during a patient's hospital stay. This tool can help ensure that your providers' documentation accurately reflects the complex care provided, resulting in more complete, quality documentation that has patient care, regulatory and financial impacts.
In this demo, you can see how Cerner's inpatient and ambulatory quality reporting solutions provide your organization with structured clinical content to support required data collection and reporting.
Come join us for a deep dive into the Cerner Emergency Medicine and Outpatient Charge Capture road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Come join us for a deep dive into the inpatient pharmacy road map, how-to guidance, solution features and industry trends. Get current on Cerner innovations that can help you address current and emerging initiatives and challenges. You can learn how the innovations impact data and workflows for department leaders and end-users and engage with session presenters with real-time Q&A via the virtual chat feature.
Todd R. Henderson, Pharm.D., Lead Product Manager, Cerner; Royalty/patent holder: Cerner The remaining speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.
This demo showcases Cerner clinician mobility, which leverages tools to support your care team in communications, patient care and documentation.
This demo showcases how the Cerner Consumer Framework offers a digital engagement platform to connect with consumers, patients, members and employees using Cerner-developed functions, strategic third-party applications and external content through a seamless user experience.
This demo provides an overview of Cerner’s determinants of health solution. You can see how the solution can help clients address and close the gap in patient-level social risk factors, provide insights into community-level vulnerabilities to identify target populations and to support community investment and partnership opportunities, and surface patient-level social risk factors in conjunction with clinical factors to care managers.
Gain insights from CHIME’s Digital Health Most Wired survey to learn about industry trends, successes, and challenges. The mission of the CHIME “Digital Health Most Wired” program is to elevate the health and care of communities around the world by encouraging the optimal use of information technology. The program does this by conducting an annual survey to identify, recognize, and certify the adoption, implementation, and use of information technology by healthcare provider organizations. The results are intended to improve patient safety and outcomes by driving change in the healthcare IT industry.
When COVID-19 hit Qatar, leaders at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) relied heavily on data and analytics to make informed decisions on everything from capacity management, establishing field hospitals, contact tracing and even catering services. In Saudi Arabia, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (KFSH&RC) used data analytics to create COVID-19 dashboards to help make decisions and forecast the number of beds, protective equipment and staff support. In this session, leaders from HMC and KFSH&RC will share best practices around how business intelligence teams can present information to help leaders decide the best courses of action, responding to public requests on social media, building on data analytics, and the importance and key components of an applied AI core.
Three out of five people in the U.S. live with a chronic condition, one of the leading drivers of our healthcare costs. In this session, discover how you can empower your population health managers and primary care providers to better manage chronic conditions and wellness by identifying top opportunities to improve quality scores across your organization. These opportunities are identified by aggregating unmet registry measures, undocumented hierarchical condition categories (HCC) and cost and utilization data into a single, actionable worklist with individual patient-care summaries through our new enhancement to HealtheRegistries. These worklists and summaries can aid in driving outreach, pre-visit planning, care coordination and/or tracking of your value-based or risk contract populations. St. Joseph's Health will also share its plan to integrate this enhancement into its population health management strategy.
Paper continues to burden healthcare organizations. As electronic health record systems are more widely adopted, the remaining paper tends to be time-sensitive clinical forms or documents coming from outside entities. Health information management (HIM) departments, as the custodians of the chart, need tools that help ensure these documents are being incorporated into the patient’s chart efficiently and accurately. CoxHealth uses document intelligence technology, within the Advanced Capture product, to reduce manual efforts while maintaining the quality of the patient chart. During this session, the CoxHealth HIM team will present graphical evidence and project commentary around how they trained the technology to process document images and what they plan to do with the time saved.
The speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.
This session is an introduction to the Cerner Engage & Access strategy – our comprehensive offering to help you meet your organization’s digital front door and consumer access strategic and operational objectives. Engage & Access helps health systems simplify and streamline Cerner Millennium scheduling and registration workflows within a single end-user experience across acute and ambulatory venues, manage wait times at check-in with consumer-driven intake processes and improve patient satisfaction by creating a more consistent experience from point of engagement through care delivery and follow-up.
Healthy Wirral Partners (HWP) and clinical pharmacists from the local primary care networks collaborated with Cerner and Imperial College London to co-develop and implement digital tools that enhance structured medication reviews in primary healthcare settings. In this session, you’ll hear how HWP used the Cerner HealtheIntent population health platform and a medicines optimization framework to improve structured medication reviews and medicines optimization interventions for local residents, while also quantifying review outcomes to support learning and evaluation.
Dimensional data in HealtheIntent and consumer-centric solutions can optimize performance in fee-for-service and value-based care organizations. In this demo, you'll see how data and consumer centricity can enhance your health network in key focus areas, including analytics, gaps in care, workflow integration, care management and CRM.
The e-VOLVE project brings together five hospitals in the Erie St. Clair region of Ontario, Canada to transform clinical service delivery by equipping the region with a modern, shared electronic health record (EHR). In this session, you’ll hear how the TransForm Shared Services Organization and Cerner quickly pivoted to a virtual hospital technology transition process amid the pandemic.
The increased reliance on virtual care and work-from-home have forever impacted the landscape of healthcare. Find out how cyber attacks can impact your hospital or health system as Russ Branzell, President & CEO, CHIME and Kevin Hutchison, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, Cerner, discuss a range of topics that include working remotely, ransomware, and the cyber divide.
Clinician burnout is at an all-time high. Beyond the challenges of volume-based compensation, strenuous regulations and documentation requirements and the ever-present stress of proving care quality and outcomes, clinicians are now faced with unprecedented work hours and morale injury due to COVID-19 surges. In this session, Children’s Mercy Hospital will share practical examples and advice around how it invests in clinician wellness to address and mitigate contributors to burnout. Topics will include the use of widespread wellness support, analytics-driven electronic health record usability dashboards and technology adoption.
In this demo, you'll see how robust data from claims and clinical sources from HealtheIntent can be surfaced in the providers' native EHR experience. Providers are intuitively presented with near-real-time insights into care gaps, HCC coding opportunities and more with workflow integration.
In this session, you’ll hear from Olathe Health Associate CMIO and Emergency Medicine Physician, Dr. Ehlers, as he details how they decreased documentation time per patient by nearly four minutes through the implementation and adoption of Workflow MPages and Dynamic Documentation.
It’s no secret that cybersecurity continues to be a top-of-mind challenge in healthcare. Continuous security monitoring and a protective posture are must-haves for keeping bad actors at bay. In this session, presenters will discuss healthcare cybersecurity trends and explain how one health system is using data and key risk indicators to build out a multi-year security program that will adapt over time as threats become more sophisticated.
Accurate patient matching across disparate care venues is key to clinical patient data exchange. Cerner and CommonWell Health Alliance can autolink patients across CommonWell care locations to help reduce the need to confirm sources. This new capability is available for ease of use and may work completely behind the scenes. In this session, you'll hear from an early adopter and learn about other initiatives CommonWell is developing to facilitate easier patient data exchange.
In this demo, you can learn how Cerner interoperability solutions provide efficient clinical workflows, next-generation intelligence, refined clinician experience and expanded clinical record access. Seamless exchange of data introduces a more immersive end-user experience bringing data face up within the clinicians workflows.
A KLAS initiative, the Arch Collaborative is a group of hundreds of healthcare organizations committed to improving the EHR experience. KLAS works with each member to improve their EHR experience by uncovering opportunities for change through standardized surveys and benchmarking. Through their Arch Collaborative surveying efforts, learn how Intermountain Healthcare turned around their EHR experience by collaborating with other healthcare systems, improving EHR education through coaching, and focusing on the providers' experience today, not what it could be in the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic opened the door for new care delivery approaches and highlighted the importance of technology to enhance patient-centered care. In this session, you’ll hear from U.K. and Middle East client organizations that responded to COVID-19 through virtual consultations, home delivery of medications, data-driven hospital operations, mass vaccination programs and addressing clinician burnout.
In this session, you'll hear how Inspira Health leveraged CareAware Connect to overcome clinical communication and collaboration challenges. Presenters will discuss how CareAware Connect has improved care delivery and clinician efficiency and overview its unified and integrated communication strategy.
This session will discuss health information exchange advancements between the DOD, VA, USCG and purchased care partners.
LightsOn Network is an analytical tool Cerner provides to clients at no cost. It can help you gain insight into our systems, products, services and value outcomes while helping you get a deeper understanding of your providers' experience. LightsOn Network is all about transparency and is useful for almost any role within your organization, and includes near real-time data, utilities that allow you to focus on key measures and set goals, and interactive dashboards to explore outliers. This demo will help you understand what it offers while focusing on key areas for leadership, informaticists and IT analysts.
This demo will highlight the new functionality in the long-term post acute care venues. Focusing on the rehab organizer, inpatient scheduling, IRF-PAI cloud submission to UDS, COVID questionnaire and worklist, LTC admission workflow, LTC medical director worklist and MDS/analytics. ResMed partnership HME, DME and home health.
This demo showcases Cerner’s ED facility charging tools to support your care team and coders in accurately capturing charges and eliminating duplicate work for coders.
Data and analytics can provide clarity and inform decision-making in the continuously advancing healthcare industry. Lights On Network (LON) offers a bird’s-eye view of system performance, electronic health record adoption, clinician experience and organizational outcomes to ensure you’re optimizing your Cerner investment. In this session, leaders from Indiana University Health and The Children’s Hospital Corporation will share their best practices around building a data-driven culture and provide insights on how their respective organizations use the data in LightsOn and Cerner Advance to drive measurable improvements.
This demo showcases Cerner's PDMP integration, opioid use disorder predictor, and electronic prescribing of controlled substances. You can see how these solutions work together to ensure your providers and clinicians have the necessary information and tools at the point of care to safely and efficiently manage opioid prescriptions for your patients.
University of Missouri Health Care optimized ambulatory medications in the office. In this session, leaders will discuss how to use medication charging and administration charge capabilities to limit manual processes.
The demo showcases enhancements to Cerner solutions that support the complex care of pediatric patients as they interact with your organization.
COVID-19 patient data from our population health intelligence platform, HealtheIntent, was used in a retrospective cohort study designed to identify predictive factors for hospitalization and support proactive vaccine outreach to high-risk groups. In this session, industry leaders will discuss the role of data science in advancing COVID-19 response and recovery efforts.
This demo highlights Cerner's centralized Command Center approach. Defining real-time health system and providing an overview of the Command Center Dashboard to maximize your health system operations.
The Cures Act requires updating certified technology to the 2015 CEHRT Cures Edition by 1/1/23. During this session, Soarian Clinicals clients will hear about how our certified solutions will help them meet regulatory requirements specific to Cures Act. Clients will benefit by learning about Soarian-specific solutions and the minimum levels and/or implementation required for compliance.
This demo highlights our comprehensive remote patient monitoring (RPM) program that allows patient data to be collected from devices in the home and integrate into clinician workflows. RPM provides a more comprehensive view of the patient's condition and alerts the care team to reach out for early or proactive intervention. You'll see how the solution supports the identification of high-impact patients, integration of the ordering workflow of the monitoring kit, automated fulfillment and delivery of that medical kit to the patient’s doorstep and transmission of device results back into the clinician and patient workflows.
Join us to hear how our clients collaborate with Cerner Health Information Management solutions. In this session, we'll describe how Cerner worked to address automation of COVID vaccination coding events using rule-based coding, provide an update on our latest enhancement to administratively close unsigned orders and highlight other client successes.
Data is the foundation to making objective and informed decisions. How is your organization leveraging data to drive efficiency and improve outcomes? Remaining competitive in the healthcare industry depends on centralizing strategic information from various sources, streamlining data access and facilitating analysis of information through various lenses. Cerner provides analytic solutions designed to help deliver the right information, to the right user, at the right time. Join us as we shed light on analytic insights that can be acted upon to support better outcomes.
Join Cerner experts as they demonstrate Cerner Smart room technologies designed to improve the experience for clinicians and patients.
An NHS England study found that people with learning disabilities have increased risks of hospital admission and death from COVID-19. Healthy Wirral Partners (HWP) works with the Lewisham area of London to support these vulnerable patients during the pandemic and beyond. In this session, hear how HWP and Lewisham used HealtheIntent and data science to identify patients with learning disabilities as a priority group for COVID-19 vaccination. They’ll also detail the other work being done in Lewisham to improve the health and wellbeing of this at-risk population.
In this demo, you can learn the value of a comprehensive learning strategy and the tools available to meet individual organizations’ needs. You’ll experience the Cerner Learning Framework, an end-to-end, contemporary learning strategy. This framework delivers role-based, best practice learning journeys aligned with Model Experience. Additionally, this demonstration will cover offerings available to clients to improve adoption, provide continuing learning solutions and sustainment initiatives.
With increasing prevalence of alternative payment models, CMS and commercial payers are increasingly looking for a sustainable model for growth that is a win-win for the payer-provider community. Bundled payments and episodes of care models appear to not only meet this threshold of bending the cost curves, but also align incentives between providers and consumers. In this discussion, we will be exploring how population health and bundled payments models are implemented inside large health systems and administrative challenges that come with them.
People with treatment-resistant schizophrenia and unregulated clozapine prescriptions are at serious risk of early death. Integration across physical and mental healthcare can help minimize care delays and avoidable deaths. Healthy Wirral Partners (HWP) is working with Yale University to improve care using population health management. In this session, you’ll learn how HWP and Cerner created a population segmentation model on the Wirral Care Record using HealtheIntent.
This demo highlights our Women's Health offerings and enhancements made to improve patient safety and streamline workflows for clinicians.