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Cerner Revenue Cycle Management, Report 4 of 4

Cerner Revenue Cycle Management, Report 4 of 4
Cerner Customers Waiting on Tangible Results

Authored by: Boyd Stewart and Alex McIntosh February 13, 2020 | Read Time: 5  minutes

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In August 2018, representatives from some of Cerner’s largest and most complex customers met with Cerner executives to participate in a transparent summit around revenue cycle success. The purpose of this summit was to provide insights that would enable Cerner to conduct a significant pivot to regain client confidence and deliver a world-class RCM solution. In KLAS’ previous follow-up reports, customers reported that Cerner has delivered a road map, become more transparent, and worked to improve client relationships. This report is the final in the series and focuses on the tangible improvements that have been realized since the August 2018 summit.

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Key Findings

  1. Overall Satisfaction among Live Customers Trending Down Since 2018 Summit
  2. Most Customers Not Seeing Tangible Progress
  3. Customers Waiting for Next Step(s) beyond Relationship Improvements
  4. Fewer Customers in the Middle Ground When It Comes to Confidence in Cerner
  5. Almost All Feel Cerner Is Headed in Right Direction; Most Anticipate Some Improvement in the Next 12 Months
  6. Cerner RCM Customers Need More Wins to Increase Satisfaction
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