Cerner leaders discussed how they're using integrated data to impact patient care, empower organizations to improve operational performance and support therapeutic cancer research. Viewers learned how data sharing can enable clinicians, health systems and life sciences researchers to make informed decisions and draw impactful discoveries that support patients in their fight against cancer.
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After participating in this activity, the learner should be better able to:
- Understand why EHR integration is a key element of cancer patient safety
- Explain how analysts can drive operational improvement through oncology data
- Gain a better understanding of how to connect clinical data and life sciences research
Danielle has been with Cerner product development for over 8 years. She strives to continuously improve the functional design of the oncology product to assist clinicians in providing patient-centered care. Prior to coming to Cerner, she spent many years practicing as an Oncology Certified Nurse in inpatient and outpatient settings to provide care for adult oncology patients. Her combined real world clinical experience and extensive technical knowledge have allowed her to identify and understand the critical needs of data to support clinical decision making and patient outcomes.
Brianne has been with Cerner for 15 years, quickly specializing in the Cerner Oncology product. She uses her technical know-how and clinical background as a Registered Nurse in a surgical oncology unit to develop design recommendations, workflows and best practices that help caregivers support their patients in the fight against cancer.
Nathan has been with Cerner for 16 years and Cerner Enviza since its inception. He has expertise in EHR data, analytics development and consulting, and data governance. Nathan is passionate about turning hard-to-use healthcare data into curated products that help clinicians make data driven decisions and positively impact patient outcomes.