Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, today announced the University of Missouri Health Care will extend Cerner’s HealtheIntentSM population health management platform across the Health Network of Missouri (HNM) to coordinate and manage care for residents of rural Missouri communities. HNM is a collaborative of six independent health care organizations that use different electronic health record (EHR) systems.

MU Health Care in Columbia, Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia, Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, Hannibal Regional Healthcare System in Hannibal, Lake Regional Health System in Osage Beach and Saint Francis Healthcare System in Cape Girardeau will use HealtheIntent to aggregate health data that originates from Cerner, Epic, Meditech, eClinicalWorks and Allscripts EHRs in near real-time and normalize the data.

MU Health Care, in partnership with the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation, has used HealtheIntent since January 2015. HNM will leverage the Tiger Institute’s domain to scale the population health management platform across the network.

The HNM network, which includes an academic medical center, state employer and a group of hospitals, serves patients throughout central, northeast and southeastern Missouri. Together, it accounts for more than 1,000 hospital beds and approximately 1,200 affiliated physicians.

Bothwell Hospital Main Entrance
Kurt Parsons
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