Cerner's chief people officer to retire in June

Julie Wilson, chief people officer of Cerner, is retiring, effective June 30.

With more than 24 years of experience with Cerner, Ms. Wilson has served as the EHR vendor's CPO for the past 16 years. Ms. Wilson has led the company's hiring efforts, and under her tenure, Cerner's team of associates has grown by more than 600 percent, Cerner Chairman and CEO Brent Shafer said in a news release.

"Among her many accomplishments was [Ms. Wilson's] key role in leading our hiring efforts through phases of intense competition for talent, particularly during Cerner's hyper-growth phase," Mr. Shafer said. "[She] has been a visible leader, champion of our internal culture and Cerner ambassador."

Cerner has begun an executive search process for Ms. Wilson's successor.

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