Arthur Andersen Develops Health Care Solutions With Cerner

Arthur Andersen and the Cerner Corporation have formed a strategic alliance to improve health care delivery through various business process solutions.

Cerner supplies clinical and management information, and knowledge systems, to more than 1,000 health care organizations throughout the world. Through the new alliance with Andersen, the Big 5 firm will integrate Cerner's software into its own business process solutions to address quality, service and cost issues for customers of both organizations.

Cerner's products include its Health Network Architecture Millennium, a suite of solutions that take personal and community health management and link these efforts with indivduals and the health care continuum.

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