Cerner, Adventist expand partnership

Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health entered into an expanded agreement with Cerner, the organizations announced Thursday.

Adventist and Cerner have a longstanding relationship and shared goal of furthering quality care and patient experiences through technology that enables coordinated care. As part of the expanded partnership, Cerner will take on the day-to-day management of Adventist's revenue cycle and clinical applications IT staff.

"We continue to make changes in our organization in the relentless pursuit of improvement for our patients and communities," Adventist CEO Scott Reiner said in a press release. "This expanded partnership helps to create a seamless experience in a patient's entire health journey, and positions us to innovate quickly and at scale so that our mission can continue to grow and benefit our communities."

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