Cerner to provide free CommonWell services for 3 years

At the Cerner Health Conference Nov. 5 in Kansas City, Mo., Cerner CEO Neal Patterson announced the IT giant will provide CommonWell services free of charge until Jan. 1, 2018.
CommonWell's services focus on patient identification and linking, record location and retrieval and patient access and consent management. 
"We believe that by providing the service free for three years, it will give your organization the chance to evaluate the service," Mr. Patterson wrote in a Cerner post discussing the new offering.
The CommonWell Health Alliance is a nonprofit trade organization chaired by leaders from other IT vendor companies with the common vision of a vendor neutral platform that enables interoperability and data sharing.
Bob Robke, vice president of Cerner, serves as board treasurer of the CommonWell Health Alliance.

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