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.
News - 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.
Recent and upcoming improvements being made to keep patients and staff safe.
We rewind to November 23, 2019 — when Dr. Tracy Scott, General Surgeon at St. Paul's Hospital, shared her thoughts on making the switch to the CST Cerner system.
Sally Turner, Executive Director with the Clinical & Systems Transformation (CST) project, on how the project has benefited patients and caregivers throughout COVID-19 — including ways no one expected.
After working with CST Cerner at Lions Gate Hospital, Lara Martin, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist, Arthritis Surgical Assessment Program (ASAP), VCH, has experienced how transformational the clinical information system can be.
Patient Grant Bowen got an up-close-and-personal look at CST when he had surgery at St. Paul’s Hospital three days after go-live.
What was it like for Providence Health Care to go live with CST? Find out in this new video.