Geisinger taps Cerner for population health management

Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System will deploy Cerner's EHR-agnostic population health management platform HealtheIntent across its clinical network.

Geisinger entered a 10-year agreement with Cerner to use HealtheIntent across its clinical enterprise, accountable care organization and Geisinger Health Plan, according to the health system's Oct. 8 news release.

The population health management platform leverages open standards and integration capabilities, which will help Geisinger extract actionable insights about its patient populations and help support care management, wellness services, population health management and consumer engagement strategies.

Under the partnership, Geisinger and Cerner will also establish an innovation team to develop and implement artificial intelligence and machine learning-based healthcare solutions. 

"Expanding our relationship with Cerner and leveraging its capabilities across our health network will help create a better, seamless experience for our clinicians and help improve the personalized care we provide patients," said Karen Murphy, PhD, RN, executive vice president and chief innovation officer at Geisinger, according to the news release. "We expect to see continued and significant growth over the next decade as we work together toward innovation that shapes the future of healthcare."

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