Hazelden Betty Ford advances digital health offerings with Oracle Cerner collaboration

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the nation's largest nonprofit addiction treatment provider, is collaborating with EHR vendor Oracle Cerner and digital therapeutic platform Xealth to boost its digital health offerings.

Hazelden Betty Ford providers can now assign patients therapeutic education, exercises and workshops via its Oracle Cerner EHR patient portal.

"We are committed to personalized care and empowering our patients with accessible, relevant resources at every stage of recovery," Deb Bauman, CIO and vice president of technology services at Hazelden Betty Ford, stated in an Aug. 11 Oracle Cerner news release.

Providers can also evaluate patient engagement and the platform's effectiveness via analytics.

Bob Kopanic, Oracle Cerner senior vice president of North American client relationships, stated that the company is "pleased to help make it easier for Hazelden Betty Ford caregivers to meet patients where they are with digital health content that is easy to access and consume when and where they’d like to."

"We welcome the opportunity to help deepen the connection between patients and care teams by simplifying the process of bringing digital resources to people when and how they need them, getting more patients engaged and enabling more personalized, meaningful care," stated Xealth CEO and co-founder Mike McSherry.

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