How the Cerner-Adventist jobs switch will affect California employees

Earlier this month, Cerner confirmed about 1,300 of its California-based employees will transition to Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health.

"Cerner and Adventist Health have a longstanding relationship with a shared goal of improving care quality and patient experience," a Cerner spokesperson said in an Oct. 3 emailed statement to Becker's. "As part of a joint strategic business decision between the two parties, revenue cycle operations are transitioning from Cerner RevWorks to Adventist Health."  

The news came after Adventist Health sent 275 jobs to Cerner in 2018 as part of its expanded partnership between the two parties. The EHR vendor will also transfer about 360 jobs in information technology and revenue management services from its Kansas City, Mo.-based headquarters back to Adventist Health.

Here's how the transition of about 1,300 employees will take effect beginning Dec. 1 across California, according to a series of Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notifications, as reported by the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Hanford: 180

Bakersfield: 163

Glendale: 160  

Los Angeles: 137

Sonora: 119

Roseville: 106

Lodi: 74

Saint Helena: 73

Simi Valley: 57

Reedley: 48

Santa Rosa: 45

Ukiah: 39

Tulare: 36

Tehachapi: 25

Willits: 21

Paradise: 7

Vallejo: 4

Clearlake: 2

Jackie Drees contributed to this report.


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