The University of Missouri Health System, which uses the HealtheIntent population health management software of Cerner, now is extending availability of its EHR-agnostic platform to five regional hospitals to help improve care coordination and assist in population health management.

All six facilities are members of the Health Network of Missouri and will use HealtheIntent to aggregate health data originating from Cerner, Epic, Meditech, eClinicalWorks and Allscripts electronic health record systems in near real-time, and normalize the data, says Tom Tisone, executive director of the network.

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