Articles and updates from the Clinical & Systems Transformation project.

Oct. 11, 2021

After working for three and a half years at Mount Sinai in Toronto, where she used a Cerner program similar to CST Cerner, Nicole Chard, NICU RN at BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre, shares her thoughts on the transformation from paper charts and CW Cerner to CST Cerner.

Sep. 16, 2021

​The World Health Organization declared the theme of this year's World Patient Safety Day, September 17, as "safe maternal and newborn care". According to WHO statistics, every day 810 women lose their lives during childbirth.

Sep. 9, 2021

C&W is moving from CW Cerner and paper charts to CST Cerner. Dr. Jonathan Wong, C&W CST provider lead, provider engagement, shares his outlook on this impactful transformation. 

May. 5, 2021

Why the CST Cerner system is being used at a number of community collection centres from the lower mainland to the Sea-to-Sky corridor to the Sunshine Coast.

Apr. 13, 2021

Dr. David Schaeffer, Head of Pathology for Vancouver General Hospital and the Interim Regional Head for Pathology for VCH and PHC, talks about the test the world has been looking at and how CST Cerner has supported this critical work during the pandemic.

Apr. 12, 2021

Providence Health Care (PHC’s) remaining sites and clinics have been steadily going live with the CST Cerner system over the past year, with the goal of getting their whole organization live in 2021.

Feb. 18, 2021

Why VCH’s Vancouver Community team wanted this to happen now.

Jan. 29, 2021

CST's updated Learning & Readiness model lays new groundwork for next major go-lives.

Dec. 4, 2020

From helping providers move swiftly to virtual health, to supporting improved in-hospital contact tracing and reducing the risk of further exposures, using the CST Cerner system has helped keep patients and caregivers safe, and contributed to more efficient care. Read more in this article, featuring Leanne Heppell, Chief Operating Officer, Acute Care, and Chief of Professional Practice & Nursing.

Nov. 17, 2020

Faced with the challenge of moving part of their operations to a virtual setting during the COVID-19 pandemic, while implementing new protocols to keep staff and clients safe, the Burnaby Centre for Mental Health & Addiction team were thankful to have one less concern on their minds: the technology in place to support their virtual health transition.