How much 3 hospitals are paying for Cerner

Oracle Cerner has been gaining smaller hospital clients, with some smaller hospitals in Alaska and California paying under $10 million to install the EHR software.

Here is how much three hospitals are paying to install Cerner:

  1. El Centro Regional Medical Center will use $3.5 million of a $28 million state grant to install Cerner. The project had been delayed since August 2022 due to financial constraints. El Centro CEO Pablo Velez, PhD, RN told Becker's that the project will help "centralize data collection, sunset antiquated systems, improve patient scheduling and enhance revenue cycle processes," at the 161-bed hospital.

  2. Weirton (W.Va.) Medical Center is spending $65 million to install Cerner’s CommunityWorks system. The investment is one of the largest in the history of the 238-bed hospital's history. Hospital officals expect Cerner to be live later in the fall.

  3. Petersburg (Alaska) Medical Center spent $1.3 million to install Cerner. The hospital funded the project through a state grant. 

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