Mid-Valley Hospital deploys Cerner EHR

Omak, Wash.-based Mid-Valley Hospital is implementing Cerner's Millennium EHR platform.

The hospital plans to deploy the EHR across the facility and the Omak-based Mid-Valley Medical Group. The platform will give clinicians access to comprehensive patient health history as well as clinical and financial information. Additionally, patients will be able to use the online patient portal to get in touch with caregivers, schedule appointments and make payments.

Additionally, the hospital plans on implementing the Cerner HealtheIntent, a big data and insights platform for population health management, and Cerner HealtheCare, a community care management solution, which helps assign individuals to care managers.

"Moving away from a platform that relies on several third parties brings the hospital's departments onto a single EHR and is an immensely important step for MVH as it continues to improve the patient experience and health outcomes in the community," said Mitchell Clark, president of CommunityWorks at Cerner.

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