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About Cerner Ambulatory EHR
Cerner provides electronic health record (EHR) solutions to a wide variety of medical practices in any size. Cerner’s Ambulatory EHR is ideal for many practice types including group medical clinics, specialty practices, and urgent care centers. This program ensures compliance with HIPAA regulations while reducing errors and enhancing efficiency.
Cerner’s Ambulatory EHR is unique because it was designed by physicians who understand the challenges paper-based systems present. This program’s key features include a user-friendly dashboard that streamlines workflow, provides secure access to records via mobile devices, and a convenient “Chart Search” function that reduces time spent seeking information. Additionally, Cerner’s electronic health records solution includes ePrescribe, nCode, electronic lab requisition, and results. The combination of these features helps staff reduce error and save time during diagnosis, while giving prescription orders, and when requesting additional tests. This platform supports more than 40 medical specialties, making it a unique option for growing practices, multi-specialty practice groups, and urgent care centers. This company’s EHR solution is deliverable by Application Service Provider (ASP), remote hosting, or client hosting. Unlike other EHR providers, Cerner offers IT services for its product, reducing the need to access outside IT resources.
Cerner’s Ambulatory EHR solution has helped many practices improve patient care and continuity of care while streamlining workflows. One of Cerner’s earlier customers, River Falls Medical Clinic, was looking for an efficient and flexible electronic health record solution. Dr. Christopher Tashjian, Physician and President of River Falls Medical Clinic, chose Cerner’s Ambulatory EHR to tackle this challenge. As a result of implementing this program, River Falls Medical Clinic experienced a decrease in error rates and improved communication rates, allowing practitioners to focus on the patient and provide better care.
(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)