Electronic Health Records can help healthcare providers in the delivery and management of care to patients, including those with chronic conditions. The systems can also bolster decision making by providing clinicians with more comprehensive patient data, as well as help eliminate medical errors and reduce costs associated with unnecessary or redundant tests. Health care providers can access real-time clinical information, such as immediate access to test results, which allows them to initiate a
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Products: Ambulatory EMR/EHR, Acute Care Electronic Medical Record, and others
The Basics: Cerner's Ambulatory electronic medical record/electronic health record (EMR/EHR) is available in a client-hosted framework or via an application service provider (ASP) model, in which Cerner hosts the data at its facility.
Value To Doctors: Cerner's Ambulatory EMR/EHR was created after Cerner studied how medical professionals do their jobs, and it's designed to help them retrieve the clinical data they need as quickly as possible. The solution reduces the amount of time doctors spend completing paperwork, allowing them to work more efficiently. One feature allows doctors to create a medical home for patients with chronic diseases to help manage their care.
Cerner also offers an Acute Care EMR for use in hospital and office settings. It gives secure access to patient information across disciplines, improving both efficiency and patient care.
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