Centrus Health to use Cerner technology to create population health program

Centrus Health, a clinically integrated network based in Kansas, will integrate Cerner solutions and technological tools to create a population health management program.

Centrus Health includes numerous hospitals and providers in the region, including Shawnee (Kan.) Mission Health and The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City.

Centrus Health will deploy the Cerner HealtheIntent population health management platform to coordinate care across the network. Centrus Health's 1,600-plus participants will be able to share data and work together. Cerner associates will also work to optimize the network's value-based contracts through technology.

"Centrus Health and Cerner together have the unique opportunity to make a real impact on the quality and delivery of health care in the Kansas City metro area," said Zane Burke, president of Cerner.

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