Cerner and OTTR Chronic Care Solutions Will Integrate Technology for Organ Transplant Care Teams
Cerner Corp. and OTTR (Organ Transplant Tracking Record) Chronic Care Solutions will integrate their products and services to enhance the workflows and processes required to support solid organ, blood and marrow transplant care delivery teams.
The collaboration will enable Cerner and OTTR Chronic Care Solutions to equip transplant clinicians with more effective and efficient technology tools to support their important, life-saving work.
OTTR is a breakthrough patient tracking application and patient-centric record system developed specifically for solid organ transplant centers. Cerner will be the only electronic health record supplier to offer an integrated design with OTTR, the leading global transplant record system.
“This collaboration will result in integration that will meet the transplant management needs of both our current and future clients,” said Eva Karp, senior vice president with Cerner. “This is an area of high demand and our work with OTTR will add significant value to clinicians. There are many regulatory aspects with transplant registries and workflows, and we now have standard offering to fill that need for Cerner clients.”
“Many transplant programs have struggled to achieve integration that optimizes patient point-of-care, longitudinal patient tracking, and effective data capture and management,” said Mike Donnell, executive vice president with OTTR. “The Cerner-OTTR collaboration will allow us to meet this challenge and enhance the ability of clinicians to access real-time data critical to patient management and treatment decisions.”
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About OTTR Chronic Care Solutions
Since 1993 OTTR Chronic Care Solutions has worked to develop state-of-the-art software products that improve the quality of patient care, workflow management, and operational efficiencies for the healthcare industry. OTTR Chronic Care Solutions’ premier product, OTTR (Organ Transplant Tracking Record), is a break-through patient tracking application and patient centric record system developed specifically for solid organ transplant centers. OTTR Chronic Care Solutions currently has contracts with transplant centers in the United States and Canada and supports over 200 different transplant programs in the specialty areas of BMT, kidney, liver, heart, pancreas, islet, bowel, and lung. OTTR has created over 200 HL7 compliant interfaces into OTTR from various hospital information systems.