Fast-growing Cerner Corp. said Thursday that it has implemented a new electronic health records, practice management and revenue system, iCentra, at two Intermountain Healthcare hospitals and 24 clinics in Utah.
On Wednesday, Cerner announced that the State of Washington Department of Social and Health Services had selected the company to modernize the department’s health records and revenue management system.
This week also found Cerner on a national “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” list compiled by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Three other Kansas City-area entities made that list — Children’s Mercy Hospital, Lee’s Summit Medical Center, and Health Outcome Sciences, an Overland Park provider of a software platform that focuses on patient risk and appropriateness of care.
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