GetWellNetwork + Cerner Integration

Collaborating to bridge gaps, and bring more convenience and accessibility to healthcare

Meeting clinicians and patients where they are

GetWellNetwork and Cerner have collaborated to help healthcare organizations deliver a more connected, high-quality consumer experience across the care continuum. To this end, GetWellNetwork is embedding its capabilities into Cerner’s platforms, Cerner Millennium® and CareAware®, and in the Cerner Consumer Framework™. The Cerner integration is designed to provide clinicians and consumers a unified experience that helps engage patients and families, streamline workflows, and improve communication and care coordination.

Meet Katherine

Comprehensive digital tools for patients and families can improve outcomes and reduce unnecessary costs while keeping patients engaged in their care.

Navigate through Katherine's journey as she prepares for knee replacement surgery. Her needs are anticipated through GetWellNetwork's technology at the clinic, at the hospital, and at home.

Katherine’s care team is always in the loop and can easily order education, access her care plan, manage notifications, alerts, and hand-offs within Cerner, all with a single login.

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Learn more about the Cerner integration with GetWellNetwork — why we joined forces, where you’ll find us, and what this collaboration means for your organization.

LifeBridge Health

The New Normal of Hybrid Care

How Cerner organizations win with digital health

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems had to act quickly, essentially deploying any and all forms of digital health technology overnight to stay connected to patients. The widespread adoption of these technologies opened the eyes of providers, payers, and patients alike to the fact that digital health tools can help deliver care more efficiently and at scale. One system, LifeBridge Health, took a multi-layered approach to COVID-19 management, including both a seamless virtual patient transition process and strategy for maximizing reimbursement for virtual care.

Cerner uses tech partnerships to support consumerism in healthcare // Patient Engagement HIT

EHR vendor giant Cerner Corporation is leveraging health IT partnerships to help providers bring their tools into the age of healthcare consumerism. Also in September, Cerner and GetWellNetwork unveiled a partnership that put GetWellNetwork’s patient engagement and connectivity tools on the Cerner Consumer Framework as well. “Now a health system client can orchestrate their experience using GetWellNetwork…

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Cerner and GetWellNetwork bring more convenience and accessibility to healthcare // Healthcare Facilities Today

“Cerner Corporation, a global health platform and innovation company, and GetWellNetwork, a global consumer health technology company, are collaborating to bridge gaps between providers and patients from inpatient to outpatient settings and the home.”

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Cerner working with GetWellNetwork to close treatment gaps // FedHealthIT

“Electronic health record vendor Cerner is working with GetWellNetwork to close treatment gaps that can occur when patients move from the hospital to outpatient sites.”

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Cerner (CERN) set to improve patient experience with new deal // Zack's Investment Research

“The deal is likely to enhance patient care, consumer engagement while facilitating access to high-quality services, which is an increasingly important macro trend in health care.”

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Cerner integrates with GetWellNetwork to power consumer engagement // HIT Consultant

“Cerner and GetWellNetwork announced collaborative work to bridge the gaps between providers and patients from inpatient to outpatient settings and the home.”

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Cerner, GetWellNetwork partner to enhance provider and patient interactions // Becker's Hospital Review

“Cerner is teaming up with GetWellNetwork, a global digital health company, to enhance communication between providers and patients by helping individuals become more active in their treatments and decision-making processes.”

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