Crossings makes a great impression in Kansas City

Crossings makes a great impression in Kansas City

“We had a lot of positive feedback and consistent interest in our products.” – Susan Armbruster

More than 14,000 people attended the 2015 Cerner Health Conference (CHC) in Kansas City in October. Information about Crossings Healthcare Solutions was shared among a large segment of the attending public, with 55 unique healthcare organizations stopping by the booth. Visitors included U.S. hospitals across 25 states and international visitors from six countries.

Crossings offered demos of 15 software products, with others available on request. The Enhanced Dynamic Documentation tool with voice recognition created much excitement, according to Susan Armbruster, Director of Business Development. “This is the documentation tool that provides physicians with optimized structure and usability to review the electronic chart and document patient care with one stop in the patient’s chart,” she says. “Crossings’ Enhanced Dynamic Documentation package coupled with Dragon® voice recognition technology has led to rapid voluntary adoption and a 50 percent decrease in transcription costs.”

A high point was the result of the inaugural Cerner Intelligence Connect Competition, which Crossings won for its Insulin Infusion Advisors. Another innovation in the company’s line of custom clinical decision-support tools, Insulin Advisors can help physicians and nurses more efficiently manage hyperglycemic patients. Through innovative healthcare products, educational sessions and a well-designed display, CHC helped Crossings increase awareness of the company and its products on a national level.

If you weren’t able to attend CHC 2015, you can still view the highlights. Education session slides, as well as recordings from select education sessions, are available by registering at events.ucern.com/CHC15

Plan ahead

Cerner Health Conference 2016 will take place November 12-16 in Kansas City.

Volume 1, Issue 4 – Winter 2015