Lexington Regional Health Center inks 10-year contract with Cerner

Lexington (Neb.) Regional Health Center signed a 10-year agreement with Cerner Jan. 14 to replace the disparate EHR systems in its hospital and three urgent care clinics.

The rural critical access hospital will deploy the Cerner Millennium EHR through Cerner CommunityWorks, a cloud-based model designed specifically for community, critical access and specialty hospitals.

"Our mission at LRHC is to optimize the health of our patients and community through innovation and excellence in care," LRHC CEO Leslie Marsh, RN, MSN, said in a news release. "This investment in our hospital's EHR will standardize documentation across all platforms at LRHC, and further exemplifies the commitment we have to our patients and our community."

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