Cerner launches new cloud-based EHR for rural, critical access hospitals: 3 notes 

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Cerner on July 23 announced a new cloud-based EHR offering to help rural and critical access hospitals speed up the implementation process and reduce costs. 

Three notes: 

1. The new EHR offering, dubbed CommunityWorks Foundations, is a cloud-based version of Cerner's Millennium EHR. 

2. CommunityWorks Foundations supports a six-month "kick-off to go-live" timeline and offers a fixed-fee payment structure with no upfront capital spend. 

3. Cerner has more than 200 rural and critical access hospital clients across the U.S. Lafayette, Tenn.-based Macon Community Hospital recently went live on CommunityWorks Foundations and Tecumseh, Neb.-based Johnson County Hospital also plans to implement the new EHR. 

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