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Description de Cerner Ambulatory EHR

Les dossiers médicaux partagés PowerChart Ambulatory de Cerner garantissent que les bons médecins ont les bonnes informations au bon moment et au bon endroit pour prendre les meilleures décisions possible. Grâce à la technologie de l'information et à la coordination, les soins de santé deviennent plus sûrs, plus efficaces et plus disponibles pour les collectivités du monde entier.

Qui utilise Cerner Ambulatory EHR ?

Médecins, infirmières et administrateurs au cabinet du praticien, en ambulatoire.

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Avis sur Cerner Ambulatory EHR

Note moyenne

Note globale
3,8
Facilité d'utilisation
3,4
Service client
3,6
Fonctionnalités
3,6
Rapport qualité-prix
3,4

Avis classés par taille de l'entreprise (nombre d'employés)

  • <50
  • 51-200
  • 201-1 000
  • >1 001

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KRENCISWEL
KRENCISWEL
Medical Laboratory Scientist (Qatar)
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Hôpitaux et soins de santé, 1 001–5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis

Excellent

5,0 il y a 6 ans

Commentaires : Less paperwork, less patient waiting time, efficient and accurate management of samples through the use of barcode system within the software.

Avantages :

I have been working with cerner powerchart since 2016 and it has been very helpful with managing patient orders specially with regards to clinical laboratory test orders. It is very organized and all clinical orders are separated by classification. It has decreased the patient waiting time and processing time for the lab where I am working. Overall its very helpful to medical professionals like me.

Inconvénients :

There is really no cons for this software. Occassional downtime, updates and server problems but those were just minor technical difficulties. And are always adressed by the support team efficiently.

Utilisateur vérifié
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Santé, bien-être et fitness, 1 001–5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : 1 à 5 mois
Source de l'avis

Makes things easy

5,0 il y a 4 ans

Commentaires : It is a great place to compile all records and look up patient information when needed. It has helped me stay on track with clinic notes.

Avantages :

I like that Cerner is transparent enough so that nothing is too hard to figure out. I am able to find patients easily, write clinic notes easily, and view past records easily.

Inconvénients :

You can only see up to 500 records before things start to disappear. I do not like this. Additionally, it can be hard to find certain records, perhaps a search bar within the records would make things easier.

lang
Physician (É.-U.)
Cabinets médicaux, 1 001–5 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus de deux ans
Source de l'avis
Source : SoftwareAdvice

Cerner just living off old software and the name

1,0 il y a 3 mois

Commentaires : Horrible, their IT will blame and make excuses of why the product fails to live up to its reputation. They hire kids that have no right being in IT/system analyst, coders, etc. They all use this a way into the field and no nothing about coding even for the most basic things required in documentation i.e. Fishbone labs, smart templates(all show not aligned, no data, etc.) The problems are so signifcant that they can't possibly be overcome.

Avantages :

Nothing not one single good thing that I can say about Cerner products or the corporation. It seems that there are a lot of reviews from people who have never actually used the product or are required to use the product daily. I feel like these review are useless because they allow a clerk to front desk person to comment and that comment holds just as much weight as the provider/physian responsible for documenting, ordering, etc. that actually has a license on the line.

Inconvénients :

Everything: The power chart templates are useless, the labs are horrible on interoperability(getting outside labs to pull into results review), workflows lack vision on what is needed and how to view it in a timely manner, the powerforms/powernotes are just as useless. The system is lightyears behind less expensive products. Our current system is has been updated 3 times and still doesn't even have ICD 10 codes correctly entered making my job 10 times harder, ICD 10 codes went into affect >5 years ago and we are still dealing with extensive problems. Its just horrible that Cerner doesnt have one actual physician on staff to guide them in what is needed in daily charting on a patient. The orders fall off after 1 yr from the MAR to where pharmacy can't bill requiring providers to have to cancel and reorder every 6 months to prevent reimbursement problems. This becomes a safety issue and if anyone was actually regulating these EMR's they would be shut down immediately for concerns of patient safety.

Ethan
Pharmacist (É.-U.)
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Hôpitaux et soins de santé, 5 001–10 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : plus d'un an
Source de l'avis

Cerner PowerChart Review

4,0 il y a 5 ans

Commentaires : Overal Cerner PowerChart satisfies electronic medical record needs well with a few areas of improvement. I am not involved with EMR purchasing decisions but from what I understand, Cerner PowerChart is a good product for the money.

Avantages :

Cerner PowerChart provides a comprehensive location for all medical information. Information display can be customized to fit user needs and provides quick access to pertinent info with continued use. Home screens are customized for each particular practitioners credentials and needs making many commonly used tasks always right at hand. Accessing information from other visits is also easily performed regardless of which encounter the patient was initially pulled up. One of my favorites is the results callback functionality that allows easy review of discharged patients culture results.

Inconvénients :

While Cerner is not difficulty to use, not all features are entirely intuitive. Many functions require repeated use and lots of clicking to access and perform relatively simple tasks. While there is a quick link for Meds Manager access for pharmacists, the link does not pull up the current patient profile opened, necessitating re-entering of the patient encounter number which is a bit tedious. Additionally, the disjunction between FirstNet and PowerChart is inconvenient and would be nice if charts opened through FirstNet opened PowerChart rather than a separate entity of FirstNet given the difference in functionality between the two programs.

Utilisateur vérifié
Utilisateur LinkedIn vérifié
Hôpitaux et soins de santé, 11–50 employés
Temps d'utilisation du logiciel : 6 à 12 mois
Source de l'avis

harder to get used to after using EPIC for EHRs

4,0 il y a 5 ans

Commentaires : I learned to use it and I think with more time I will get better as always, but the learning curve was a bit different from EPIC charting which seemed to be more color coded, and easier to navigate, but also full of facility wide things that had to be filled out but didn't apply to the patient, so that was cumbersome.

Avantages :

It is easy to use once you get to know where things are located, but it has more of a windows software feel than a mac software. It is more utilitarian in that it is not colored and the font is small, which is good for efficiency in documenting once you know where things go and are located. Does not have hangups that EPIC has when company wide documenting is required for certain areas that sometimes do not apply to particular patient such as was the case on a pediatric floor where I was using this system and I appreciated not having EPIC.

Inconvénients :

Hard to get used to. I was coming from using EPIC mostly, which seems easier and more intuitive to learn. I found the smaller black boxes and hidden tabs harder to get used to when trying to document daily things. As a nurse the med administration tab wasn't as easy to use as it is in EPIC and wasn't as intuitive and I sometimes messed up at first in documenting med administration especially when trying to add something that wasn't scanning from the pharmacy and I had to do an override.