Midland Selects Cerner
North Kansas City, MO - Midland Health, a system of health care partners including Midland Memorial Hospital, has selected a comprehensive clinical, financial and population health management system from Cerner, a global leader in health care technology. Midland Memorial’s 474-bed hospital and affiliated community clinics will transition from various disparate systems to Cerner’s integrated digital platform.
The new electronic health record (EHR) system is designed to support an individual’s health care journey across the continuum – from the doctor’s office to the hospital and outpatient clinics – with consistent patient engagement, according to Cerner
Through the company's HealtheIntentSM near real-time population health management platform, designed to aggregate data from multiple sources into a single patient record, Midland Health will be able to provide its clinicians a more holistic view of a person’s health status. This holistic view will help them to gain insights and analyze population and enterprise data to improve care coordination across its community.
“When considering which supplier would best support Midland Health, we were focused on specific important capabilities. We required a modern, effective and robust solution for our clinicians and patients, a system that would provide clinical visibility between the physician practice and acute care setting and, lastly, a revenue cycle that was integrated with the EHR,” said Stephen Bowerman, CFO of Midland Health. “In Cerner, we found a health IT system that could not only meet our needs today, but could provide population health management capabilities for the future, all with the confidence of a predictable total cost of ownership.” Continue>
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