Cerner - Automation throughout migration

Cerner hospitals, health systems and other large healthcare provider organizations have been applying Boston Software Systems RPA technology for years.  As our customers upgrade platforms, they are finding significant value in automating processes associated with their healthcare information system / EHR platform migration.
In Cerner platform migration strategies there is a business component and a clinical component. In the business office, when appointments have been manually mass loaded into the new system, the opportunity for error is significant.  The cost of outsourcing or overtime for weeks or months causes budget overruns and affects project timelines. Additionally, organizations put patient / clinician / facility scheduling at risk with appointment errors resulting from manual migration. This creates significant care and additional cost issues which our RPA technology and platform migration experience can eliminate for your organization.

As an example on the clinical side, a major healthcare organization in the United States utilized our healthcare RPA technology to migrate clinical information to be certain the desired data was available in the new system DAY ONE on the new platform. Whether the data was free text or discrete data, this solution allowed clinicians to deliver optimal care by easily accessing information contained in the legacy system without multiple logins and eliminate time required to look up, navigate and find the patient of interest.  The type of data made available included:


  • Medications
  • EKG Results
  • Allergies
  • Medical-surgical history & active problems
  • Immunizations/Vaccines
  • Medical history file
  • Diagnosis information
  • Labs

Contact us to learn more about assertivey managing your Cerner EHR platform migration and realizing your care / cost goals more quickly and economically...

The automation migration platform from Boston Software Systems made it possible to quickly and accurately migrate our clinical documentation and our registration and scheduling system. This allowed us to decrease duplicate documentation, lessen productivity constraints and increase patient satisfaction by reducing time spent waiting for data.
- Kathleen Kostowny, Cerner Millennium Project Manager