Cerner: An automation effort that was rewarded—and awarded

September 23, 2014

ROI, or return on investment, is what drives businesses. For every dollar spent, a business hopes to get two (or more) back, either in cost savings (easier to quantify) or increased profits (potentially uncapped). Of course, returns do not have to be purely monetary: savings in time and increases in job and customer satisfaction are all advantages as well. But perhaps the most eloquent proof of return is in the independent audit of the benefit seen by a real user.

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