Cerner EMR Software is the leading US supplier of health care information technology, offering a unified suite of digital solutions that streamline clinical and administrative workflows of large health organizations. It is one of the two most widely deployed hospital systems in the US, followed closely by Epic.
PowerChart Ambulatory is Cerner’s EHR solution, ONC-ATCB, and Meaningful Use Stage 1 and 2 certified, which cater to the healthcare needs of clinicians working in large hospitals, ambulatory practices or primary care facilities. Cerner PowerChart’s clinical documentation tools set it apart from other competitors by providing benefits such as dynamic documentation, dragon voice recognition, document quality review, chart search, registry worklist, and natural language processing.
PowerChart Touch Ambulatory is the mobile electronic health record version that enables a seamless flow of information between the desktop and the smartphone/tablet.
The Practice Management software manages administrative operations such as registration, scheduling, patient tracking, patient accounting, and reporting. The EHR also easily integrates with the patient portal, HealtheLife, allowing patients to communicate with clinicians through secure messaging, change or book appointments, request refills, view/update clinical data, and send files.
Price: Cerner pricing is available through a quote. You can request a quote for your practice by clicking the price button on this page.
Free trial: No
Cerner EHR Pros: The vendor has partnered with CoverMyMeds to indicate drug prices within the EMR. Such access to valuable pricing information allows healthcare providers to provide their patients with up-to-date information on the most appropriate and cost-effective medications before they reach the pharmacy.
Cerner EHR Cons: It is a thorough solution that results in a steep learning curve for new users.
Technical Specifications: It is a web-based application. It also supports Android devices.