“We’re absolutely committed to the mission, and we have a lot of help from a lot of partners who are just as committed as we are.”
David Feinberg, M.D., CEO of Oracle Cerner and Chairman of Oracle Health, talks about imagining a new way to use technology in healthcare and how this next era of healthcare digital transformation will require a broader, more collaborative effort.View the post about Oracle and Cerner
Travis Dalton, new general manager of Oracle Health, discusses the greater potential for Oracle to go beyond the electronic health record (EHR) in order to connect financial, operational, and clinical systems so that providers can deliver better care.Read the post about new innovation in the healthcare industry
In 2019, St. John’s Health began using our Immunization Registry Reporting and Query to electronically send vaccine data to the Wyoming Immunization Registry (WyIR) and retrieve information to reduce manual processes. It’s a tool that’s used all day, every day across the ambulatory clinics and in the inpatient space to exchange vaccine data almost immediately.
Children’s Minnesota began a journey for primary care optimization focused on improving the areas of care coordination and clinic operations.
As an ally in opioid stewardship, we are committed to meeting patients where they are, and supporting patient-driven, not process-driven, interactions.
The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and Oracle partner with African governments to manage large-scale vaccination programs in the cloud—over 73,000 people vaccinated and registered in the first 8 days in Ghana.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is using Oracle’s National Electronic Health Records Cloud plus Oracle’s Public Health Management Applications Suite to manage the COVID-19 vaccination program throughout the United States.
The partnership enabled global genomic sequencing and examination through a specialist platform developed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to help mitigate the impact of potentially dangerous COVID-19 variants.
Oracle extends technology first built to fight COVID-19 to accelerate efforts to get a safe and effective HIV vaccine to market.
Cerner, the world’s largest electronic health record provider, joins Oracle Corporation combining four decades of healthcare IT with a technology leader in database and cloud.