Cerner Practice Management vs. Salesforce Health Cloud

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Cerner Practice Management
Score 5.4 out of 10
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Cerner Practice Management, formerly under the name "PowerWorks"is a software solution that enables users to manage clinic operations across registration, scheduling, patient tracking, patient accounting and reporting through one workflow.N/A
Salesforce Health Cloud
Score 8.2 out of 10
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Salesforce Health Cloud is a patient and member relationship platform designed to deliver personalized engagement, and provide a complete view of the patient. With Health Cloud, care teams have access to clinical and non-clinical patient and member data including current health conditions and medications, appointment history, communication preferences, and data from the EHR and other systems. Teams are able to work across entire patient and member groups to provide care, faster.N/A
Pricing
Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
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Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Community Pulse
Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
Top Pros
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Best Alternatives
Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
Small Businesses
Kareo Practice Management
Kareo Practice Management
Score 6.9 out of 10
Intergy EHR
Intergy EHR
Score 7.0 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
Qualifacts CareLogic EHR
Qualifacts CareLogic EHR
Score 9.9 out of 10
Qualifacts CareLogic EHR
Qualifacts CareLogic EHR
Score 9.9 out of 10
Enterprises
Epic
Epic
Score 8.3 out of 10

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User Ratings
Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
Likelihood to Recommend
5.0
(3 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Performance
7.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
Cerner Practice ManagementSalesforce Health Cloud
Likelihood to Recommend
Oracle
Well suited in the clinical setting although a little tedious. Not suited in many other places.
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Salesforce
The best scenario [is] that it has [a] particular object which can directly store the records of the client [who] has purchased the policy and practitioner details with [their] expertise. The users can directly book the appointment using LWC or Aura components which can be exposed on websites. The object will be linked with each other [using] a lookup relation which creates a complete framework to handle the cases and details of the clients, [their] policies, and other details as well. Booking or finding a practitioner can be done with the [Salesforce] Health Cloud app where it can use [your] current location and provide details of [available] nearby doctors. Health Cloud supports live agent as well where a user can get the details on his insurance policy and get other help if he need from the chat option with live agent.
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Pros
Oracle
  • Scheduling - I personally enjoy the ease of use with the solution. It also has a great "memory" as to patient rescheduling, no shows, etc. Being able to create multiple schedules to reflect different practitioners is such a major plus in this system.
  • Customization - I am able to create Super-bills, Global Periods, and Insurance Details pertinent to each patient and not have to RECREATE them every time like I had to in past systems.
  • EOB - an added bonus is the ability for the system to check EOB ahead of time. This is a HUGE time saving in an office!
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Salesforce
  • [There] are particular objects such as person accounts which [are] linked with [health care company accounts if they have a policy].
  • We have flows and pages where a user or client can book [their] appointment with a practitioner and get instant help by raising a case or request for [an] appointment.
  • [Salesforce] Health Cloud keeps all the records of clients and practitioners and can link them when and where ever needed.
  • Objects in the managed package have [a] standard field which gives a perfect solution with out-of-the-box functionality without creating such a model or structure.
  • We can raise cases or requests and [use] automation tools like flows [so] the case will be assigned to [a] practitioner or the queue of the user.
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Cons
Oracle
  • Only seems applicable for small organizations.
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Salesforce
  • They can have standard pages or components which can directly be used to book or record the appointment with the practitioner.
  • [I believe] there is nothing more that [Salesforce] Health Cloud can improve as already everything comes under automation, from [booking] to service issues, everything is automated.
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Performance
Oracle
Everything within the system works smoothly, it’s just time-consuming and could be a bit more simplistic.
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Salesforce
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Alternatives Considered
Oracle
I personally would use this system over any other systems currently on the market. Athena has a nice product...however, it can be quite expensive and the colors are draining on the eyes. eClinical Works also has a system that is comparable, but the customization I found wasn't as easy as the Cerner product
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Salesforce
When it comes to Health Cloud in other CRM we have to create the related object and fields and we have to set [up] a complete architecture for the healthcare business to run over the CRM. But here Salesforce is proving a managed package, which is Health Cloud, has the framework already built we just [have to] use the standard functionality and get our task with automation done. This has definitely reduced the effort of developers as well as the agents who are working on the Health Cloud. [Even] a person with very little coding skill can use this CRM and get [their] task cases, etc. automated and [the] perfect solution can be built with low efforts.
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Return on Investment
Oracle
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Salesforce
  • Definitely, [the ability] to handle [a] large number of users, [Salesforce Health Cloud] serves the best solution to the healthcare industry.
  • [The] best part is that it is cloud-based technology where data and records will always be ready for use and there is minimal chance of losing the data.
  • It has reduced the efforts of the agents to book appointments or find the right practitioner which saves time [for] both the agent as well as the client.
  • There are automation tools [that] are used to send emails for reminders of policies.
  • Issues of people can be handled when a case is created and it gets assigned to a user or queue of users to get the issue resolved asap.
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