Cerner developed a dedicated COVID-19 Taskforce to make health, safety and business continuity decisions for its associates and clients across the world. Teams focused on business continuity efforts enabled the company’s move to a safer, more virtual environment and have worked around the clock to help support clients, Cerner’s worldwide associate base and communities.
Cerner has executed numerous measures to make it easier for clients to perform life-saving work. Recently, Cerner launched a dedicated resource site giving clients access to new and updated offerings. From electronic health record to telehealth solutions, Cerner has expanded its technology to meet the needs of clients during this unprecedented time:
In addition to providing ongoing support to clients, Cerner is dedicated to protecting the health and well-being of its associates. Cerner was an early adopter of remote work and other social distancing measures in its worksites around the globe.
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