Transforming international healthcare through analytics and data-driven strategy
Podcast | Using real-life examples, this podcast features Dr Debbie Phillips, CCIO of Milton Keynes Hospital in the UK, and Dr Ahmed AbuSalah, healthcare intelligence and informatics officer at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Saudi Arabia, as they share insights from their recent experience and offer their outlooks on the future of healthcare.
Supporting Digital Innovation in Saudi Arabia
Innovating for a healthier population together
SEHA spearheads UAE’s COVID-19 response with drive-through screening tents across all emirates
In response to the challenge of a growing number of positive COVID-19 cases, the Department of Health Abu Dhabi and SEHA announced the launch of the country’s first drive-through testing facility for COVID-19 on 29 March 2020.
Cerner Announces Appointment of David Feinberg, M.D. as President and Chief Executive Officer
Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN) today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed David Feinberg, M.D., MBA, as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective October 1, 2021.
CCHE reduces patient deterioration with help from early warning score
Catching the early moments when a patient’s vitals deteriorate can mean life or death for the patient. That’s why it’s critical to find ways to monitor those vitals in near real-time.
Safer controlled medication prescribing for physicians and pharmacists
Healthpoint worked with Cerner to develop and launch a controlled medications platform that allows for much easier documentation, faster access to information and better dispensing for patients receiving specific medications.
Analytics help data-driven decision-making during the pandemic
When the COVID-19 pandemic 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.
MOHAP uses a web form to gather data from private hospitals, improve nationwide COVID-19 response
When COVID-19 hit the United Arab Emirates, the Ministry of Health & Prevention (MOHAP) needed a new way to gather information from private hospitals to coordinate a national response.
Hamad Medical Corporation relies on Cerner Millennium
Implementation of Cerner Clinical Information System at Primary Health Care Corporation in Qatar
Meds to Beds process simplifies prescription pick-up
The now and next of patient-centered care
What do better outcomes mean for Cerner’s health care clients in Middle East and Africa?
Cerner spreads happiness at Al Jalila Children’s Hospital
Fresh from our blog
Improving mental health in the MEA region with the Cerner Behavioral Health solution
by Sandeep Gusai | Nirvay Choubey | Sankar Pillai
October 10, 2021
This World Mental Health Day 2021, Cerner is celebrating the commitment of our clients to the wellbeing of their patients and staff. Mental health has traditionally been a taboo subject, the effects of which were often downplayed, but in recent years, there has been a seismic shift in the approach toward mental health across the world.
Community mental health services undergo digital revolution to provide high quality accessible care
by Dr Mehnaz Zafar | Neema Preman
October 10, 2021
Mental health and substance use disorders affect 13% of the world's population and are a leading cause of disability worldwide1. Recent years have witnessed increased focus on reducing stigma due to psychiatric illnesses, improving access to mental health services, implementation of wider mental health policies and inclusion of mental health in the sustainable development goals in most developed countries. The WHO Special Initiative for Mental Health 2019-2023, aims at universal health coverage for mental health to ensure access to quality and affordable care for mental health conditions.
Getting to the heart of the matter: the evolution of cardiovascular care during the pandemic
by Neema Preman
September 29, 2021
COVID-19 took the world somewhat by surprise. In some geographies, public health bodies were either non-existent or non-functional. Countries had to quickly develop strategies for mass testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantine protocols. Looking back at the past 18 months, we can take pride in the pace of adaptation, collaborations and speed of innovations.