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Ep. 208: How diverse community-based hospitals are a lifeline to saving clinical research
In this episode, Christy Dueck, vice president and general manager of research, Cerner, leads a conversation with John Potthoff, CEO, Elligo Health Research, and Scott Rogers, director of innovation, CoxHealth, around how diverse community-based hospitals are a lifeline to saving clinical research, and can help increase patient trust and reduce health disparities. Read the show notes here: https://www.cerner.com/perspectives/how-diverse-community-based-hospitals-are-a-lifeline-to-saving-clinical-research
Ep. 207: How advance care planning is improving patient-centered outcomes at Intermountain
In this episode, palliative care leaders from Intermountain Healthcare and Cerner have a conversation about how technology is transforming the advance care planning process for clinicians and patients. Read the show notes here: https://www.cerner.com/perspectives/how-advance-care-planning-is-improving-patient-centered-outcomes-at-intermountain-healthcare
Ep. 206: Finding hope in the UK's rapid COVID-19 vaccine rollout
In this episode, Cerner global leaders Matthew Pickett and Colin Fincham, M.D., are joined by Cerner U.K.’s Andrea Dantas, M.D., director and physician executive, and Charlie Evans, population health analytics team manager, to discuss the role of technology and data in the U.K.’s successful COVID-19 vaccine efforts. Read the show notes: https://www.cerner.com/perspectives/finding-hope-in-the-uk-rapid-covid-19-vaccine-rollout
Ep. 205: The leadership behind better pediatric care
Cerner President Donald Trigg talks to Kurt Newman, M.D., president and CEO, Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. Read the show notes here: www.cerner.com/perspectives/the-leadership-behind-better-pediatric-care
Ep. 204: Using technology to manage health care in correctional settings
In this episode, Grant Johnson of Cerner leads a conversation with Jim Greer, former health division director for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, and Tina Norton, a nurse practitioner and senior solution advisor for Cerner who has a decade of experience in correctional health care settings. Read the show notes: https://www.cerner.com/perspectives/using-technology-to-manage-health-care-in-correctional-settings
Ep. 203: Using data and technology to connect students to care
In this episode, we speak with Lori Halsey, director of health services for the Independence School District in Missouri. This school district partakes in the Healthe Kids Screenings program, offered by the Cerner Charitable Foundation. Learn more here: https://www.cerner.com/perspectives/improving-childrens-health-with-the-help-of-technology
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Amateur but decent content
Sound quality and editing not professionally produced but content on EHR pretty good.