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We've calculated that the average salary at Cerner is $65K based on 631 user-submitted salaries A total of 129 Cerner employees gave Cerner an average happiness rating of 4.0 out of 5.0.

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Cerner Careers & Info

Current CEO: David Feinberg

Status: Active

Cerner Corporation is a health care information technology corporation based in Kansas City, MO. The company operates on a global level, providing hospitals and other medical-related businesses and organizations with the software necessary to integrate, manage and maintain electronic medical records, physician orders and financial information. Cerner is the largest provider of electronic record software and medical systems in the United States.

Cerner licenses systems to more than 8,000 medical facilities around the world. This includes more than 2,000 hospitals, 1,500 pharmacies and more than 3,000 physician practices representing more than 30,000 health care professionals. Cerner reports annual revenue of nearly $2 billion with operating revenue of nearly $400 million and total assets of approximately $2.5 billion.

Neal Patterson, who founded the company in 1979, is the current CEO, president and chairman of Cerner. The company employees more than 8,000 people with nearly 2,000 associates employed in the United States. The software development segment of the company has over 6,000 clients around the world. Cerner careers include programmers, software writers, engineers, data technicians and other related occupations essential to creating and maintaining an electronic records system.

Cerner is headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri, where the company's second-largest hospital client is also located. The Cerner culture is one that fosters creativity and innovation by using employees' high-tech skills in a friendly work environment with the goal of creating a unified database for various medical facilities. Working at Cerner includes travel opportunities with some positions and the ability to use technology-based skills for an overall positive purpose. Cerner benefits are similar to most companies of this size with typical benefits including:

• Medical plans (single and family options with co-pay, deductible and account-based approaches) • Optional dental coverage (traditional and account-based approaches) • Optional vision coverage • Life insurance options • Short-term and long-term disability • 401k retirement plan • Flexible spending account

Training is a priority at Cerner with a training program ranked among the 20 best when compared to other similar-sized companies. All employees go through an extensive training period that has been recognized as one of the best in the industry. Due to the nature of services provided by Cerner, it is important to have highly trained individuals at the company. The company also has a program where experienced employees act as mentors to new employees to further help in training efforts. The company's training program recently ranked among the best in the world.

What jobs pay the most at Cerner?

Engagement Executive is the highest paying job at Cerner at $150,000 annually.

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