Olathe Health System announced that it will integrate Cerner’s Millennium Revenue Cycle with its existing enterprise-wide Cerner system in an effort to streamline revenue cycle processes and improve the billing experience for patients.
“Our goal is to bring our organization onto one platform to work toward becoming one of the most integrated and progressive healthcare providers in the region,” Randy Rahman, vice president and CIO of Olathe Health system, said.
Olathe Health System also plans to implement an array of Cerner oncology solutions designed to provide care teams with the necessary tools to manage complex medication orders. The health system will also implement RxStation, Cerner’s automated medication dispensing device.
“We are committed to developing a highly integrated system that provides up-to-date patient data and streamlined processes, enabling our clinicians to focus more time on delivering the highest quality care possible to our patients,” Tierney Grasser, senior vice president of Finance and CFO of Olathe Health System, said.
The advanced integration between Cerner’s clinical and financial solutions enables streamlined coordination of care across inpatient and outpatient facilities and is designed to enhance the patient billing experience by enabling data to flow through the system in near real-time.
“We have had a strong relationship with Olathe Health System for more than 15 years, and we are proud to expand our presence with this local institution,” Jeff Hurst, senior vice president, Cerner Revenue Cycle Management and president of Cerner RevWorks, said. “This extended relationship will help position Olathe Health System as a care leader now and into the future.”