Electronic Health Record Systems

Cerner

The Cerner electronic medical record (EMR) is an integrated database that provides a comprehensive set of capabilities. Cerner created it to allow healthcare professionals to electronically store, capture and access patient health information in both the acute and ambulatory care setting.

These networks utilize Cerner:

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