11/5/18 | Connecting Missouri
The mission of the Tiger Institute is to transform the health and care of Missourians. Value-based care models have encouraged regional partnerships among health care organizations working to achieve population health management and operational economies of scale. To support hospital business sustainability and growth objectives, we need scalable, advanced technology and care innovation.
We aim to have one integrated EHR to support the flow of health information between organizations to create a more seamless patient experience.
Capital Region Medical Center Joins Tiger Institute
In March 2018, Capital Region Medical Center agreed to have one integrated and efficient EHR to support seamless care across both its organization and MU Health Care. Combining the strengths of an academic health center with those of a community hospital, this agreement will lay the foundation for future shared services and clinical pathways between CRMC and MU Health Care. With Cerner and Tiger Institute’s experience and presence throughout the region, CRMC will be better prepared to face the ever-changing health care landscape.
MU Health Care will extend its Cerner Millennium platform to CRMC, with plans moving forward to implement an integrated EHR and revenue cycle management solutions to support improved health outcomes and optimized revenue functions at CRMC.
As an affiliate of MU Health Care since 1997, the extension to CRMC will further the health system’s well-established collaboration with Cerner through Tiger Institute.
CRMC’s affiliation with MU Health Care is an important strategy to help us provide higher quality care to the communities we serve together,” said Gaspare Calvaruso, president, Capital Region Medical Center. “We are excited to be able to leverage that affiliation to also work with Cerner. Our strategic vision of constantly evaluating and adapting to the changing health care landscape aligns with Cerner, and we are confident they will support us in improving care now and into the future.
“With our close relationship with MU Health Care through the Tiger Institute, this extension to CRMC will continue Cerner’s support of the health and well-being of people across the state of Missouri,” said Joanne Burns, senior vice president and chief strategy officer, Cerner. “This new relationship furthers our ongoing effort to use Cerner’s technology and IT services to meet the needs of patients statewide, as well as improve the health care experience for clinicians and those people receiving care.”
Tiger Institute also supports growth through other local relationships in the region. Columbia Surgical Associates was the first practice to become a wholly owned subsidiary in 2014, and in October 2016, Columbia Family Medical Group joined MU Health Care as well.
This past year we brought Fulton Family Medical and Columbia Ear, Nose & Throat into the fold. These practices retain high autonomy while adopting our EHR and taking advantage of the services and infrastructure of MU Health Care and Tiger Institute.
Tiger Institute looks forward to collaborating with other provider groups and health care organizations in mid-Missouri so others can benefit from a shared EHR. As recently as Aug. 15, 2018, MU Health Care signed a non-binding letter of intent to acquire St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City. In particular, we at Tiger Institute will contribute to the due diligence necessary to fully understand the technology environment and transition options at St. Mary’s.
Driving Growth From Within
As relationships with other organizations across Missouri continue to grow, so too does MU Health Care. With a goal to grow the cardiovascular service, MU looked to the Tiger Institute to provide data and data analysis to help drive strategic business decisions.
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