Texas hospital exits $20M Cerner EHR contract after project delays 

” Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital stays a valued customer and partner,” a Cerner representative stated in an emailed declaration to Beckers. “We look forward to continuing to work with them. While the medical facility and Cerner reached an arrangement to end one part of their contract, the healthcare facility will continue to utilize Cerner solutions throughout their health system.”.

Nacogdoches Memorials attorney Deborah Williamson, who works for debt reorganization firm Dykema, informed the Daily Sentinel that she had actually been attempting to renegotiate the agreement with Cerner for months however the EHR vendor disregarded her demands..

The hospital accrued about $20 million in debt from the medical records management contract, which it opted for $2.78 million and a $1.17 million termination charge. Nacogdoches Memorial got in the partnership with Cerner before the health centers previous CEO Scott Street resigned in 2017, according to KTRE news..

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Thursday, July 30th, 2020
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Nacogdoches (Texas) Memorial Hospital terminated a $20 million contract with Cerner today after experiencing a number of previous job delays, according to a July 29 Daily Sentinel report..

The healthcare facility had actually postponed completing its Cerner EHR system numerous times, most recently till this year or later. While Nacogdoches Memorial will stagnate forward with the new EHR system, it will continue utilizing its Sorian EHR system, which Cerner acquired as part of its Siemens Health Services acquisition in 2015.

” Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital stays a valued client and partner,” a Cerner representative stated in an emailed declaration to Beckers. “We look forward to continuing to work with them. While the health center and Cerner reached a contract to end one part of their contract, the health center will continue to use Cerner solutions throughout their health system.”.

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