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Cerner Corporation (CERN)

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Previous Close55.61
Bid49.49 x 200
Ask58.62 x 100
Day's Range55.19 - 56.17
52 Week Range47.01 - 67.50
Avg. Volume3,069,150
Market Cap18.51B
PE Ratio (TTM)30.35
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  • American City Business Journals3 days ago

    Cerner IT support: 'We've flipped the model upside-down'

    Since Cerner Corp. launched its managed services business, the North Kansas City-based health IT company has developed the segment into a new business opportunity. Rather than just provide outsourcing as a cost-cutting measure, Cerner built both its IT and revenue cycle management services to create a symbiotic relationship with clients. “We just become embedded within their organization,” said Farrell Sanders, Cerner’s senior vice president of consulting and application services.

  • GlobeNewswire3 days ago

    Cerner to Highlight Value-Add Delivery Services in Booth 2161 at HIMSS17

    KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 17, 2017-- Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, will highlight a range of client value-focused delivery services in Booth 2161 at HIMSS17, Feb. 19– 23, at the Orange ...

  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    DoD: New Cerner records system will empower patients

    Just a week after switching on Cerner Corp.'s new electronic health records system, the Department of Defense is setting strategies for patient engagement. Dr. Paul Cordts, director of the Military Health System and Defense Health Agency, said he hoped patients would make use of their ability to easily access their medical record. "That's a very important concept to empower our patients, to know what data is in the medical record, and use that data to improve their health over time," Cordts told the Kansas City Business Journal.