The Core Value Vision
The CORE Value Suite Apps work within your Cerner EHR to translate vital patient data into the care intelligence you need, as you work. Because CORES is embedded within Mpages, interfaces are not needed. By tackling the devil in the details, we solve the hard problems for you so that you can address the last mile of care with an EHR optimized to your work processes.
Discover how the CORE Value Suite makes your EHR work like you do.
Learn how CORES Rounding/Handoffs, Notifications and Messaging apps optimize workflows today.
See how CORES supports critical decisions today with its GlycemiCare and CarbCare apps.
MODERN CLINICAL INTEGRATION
Discover how CORES use machine learning to integrate real-time mobile notifications and workflow alerts today.
CORES MPage at Seattle Children's Hospital
The automated Family-Centered Round scheduling module helped Seattle Children's Hospital save an estimated $150,000 worth of time...time that is now spent on patient care.
Learn how CORES has enabled Dr. Carlos Villavicencio and his team at Seattle Children's to improve handoff quality, while also increasing provider efficiency.
Modernize your EHR
Your EHR investment depends on how you address these three outliers:
1. Define the role of your EHR provider.
Since the 1980s, healthcare has waited for the vision of EHR to become reality. EHR vendors know what needs to be done to make it provider friendly. The problem? The job is too big. EHR vendors provide critical, macro infrastructure—akin to electrical wiring. The job is complicated. Why expect them to also design the “lighting fixtures?” Optimizing the EHR to solve “the last mile of care” is specialized work. In depth, hard work is required to serve data to providers when they need it, without extra steps or interfaces using modern tools like machine learning, mobile and voice.
2. Determine who will solve the “last mile” of EHR care.
Choices abound. EHR vendors continue to make incremental progress. But can they deliver at both the micro and macro development levels required? Mobile and specialty app vendors claim they can replace the EHR altogether more affordably and faster. Is it true, or will the interfaces required create a snarl of risk and complexity? What about the potential of Amazon, Microsoft and others? Should you bet that relative newcomers will really understand healthcare? We ask one simple question: Why does it have to be an either/or choice between your EHR and future?
3. Decide how long you can wait.
One fact we know for sure: The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Given history, what is the cost of betting on your EHR vendor to make your EHR work better, when you’ve been doing that since the 1980s? The job is simply too big. Conversely, what is the risk of betting on “best of breed” and dealing with the risk and complexity of cobbled together solutions and interfaces? Can newcomers really solve the complexities inherent in delivering care? Are there ways to mitigate your risk and leverage your past EHR investments? We believe the answer is yes…