Intermountain Healthcare and Cerner Extend Health Technology and Innovation Agreement

February 26, 2020

Cerner Corporation, a global health care technology company, and Intermountain Healthcare, an integrated, not-for-profit health system serving the western U.S., announced a multiyear expansion of the two organizations’ longstanding commitment to improve the safety, quality and experience of health care for patients and caregivers. For years, Intermountain has been one of Cerner’s most closely aligned health system clients, both committed to finding new ways to advance the science and practice of medicine and improve patient care. Cerner will continue to support Intermountain’s mission to help people live the healthiest lives possible, delivering on a shared vision of a seamless and connected world where everyone thrives.

Across its 24 hospitals, 2,400 physicians and 210 clinics, Intermountain has adopted a wide breadth of Cerner solutions, from clinical to financials, to support improved patient safety, quality of care and controlled costs. Through this expansion, Cerner will continue to increase the speed of innovation and help effectively address business and patient needs today and in the future. Intermountain will continue to provide expert guidance that helps direct developments to improve experiences for caregivers, system operators and patients around the globe.

With a strong focus on safety, reliability and resiliency, the two organizations have committed to drive change for Intermountain’s population and beyond. Intermountain has had a considerable impact on health systems across the globe, serving as a resource eager to share its successes, knowledge and lessons learned to help others improve care delivery, enhance system operations and standardize processes. Advancements at Intermountain have the potential to positively impact and guide Cerner clients worldwide.

Intermountain is an award-winning organization recognized on numerous occasions as a thought leader and forward-thinking health system. CIO Marc Probst’s most recent honor from CHIME and HIMSS as the 2019 CIO of the year recognizes his three-decade career and pioneering work in health IT. As part of the Cerner Government Advisory Board, Cerner is drawing on Marc and Intermountain’s expertise and experience in providing care to Veterans and active Service members to inform the development of leading-edge solutions and innovations that will help shape care for federal agencies.

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