Cerner develops web-based health information products that enable hospitals and physicians to optimize clinical and financial results.
Cerner is headquartered in North Kansas, Missouri. Brent Schaefer is Chairman and CEO of Cerner. Cerner has two companies in its portfolio, including Xealth. As of August 2019, Cerner has 23.9K fans on Facebook and 37.1K followers on Twitter.
Cerner’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Cerner top competitors include: Allscripts , athenahealth, CPSI, eClinicalWorks, Epic, InterSystems, Medhost, MEDITECH, Optum, naviHealth.
Together they lifted more than 1.0B between their estimated 221.6K employees. Cerner has 29,200 employees and ranks 2nd among the top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 15,677 employees.
- Website: cerner.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn
- Founded: 1979
- Est. Annual Revenue: $5.6B
- Est. Employees: 29,200
- Headquarters: 2800 Rock Creek Parkway North Kansas City, Missouri 64117
Allscripts is Serner’s biggest rival. Allscripts was founded in 1986, its headquarters are located in Chicago, Illinois. Like Cerner, Allscripts also works in the health technology sector. Allscripts brings in 3.9 billion dollars less revenue compared to Cerner.
Athenahealth is one of Cerner’s main competitors. Headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts, Athenahealth was founded in 1997. Like Cerner, athenahealth also operates in the health services sector. athenahealth generates 101% of Cerner’s revenue.
CPSI is considered one of Cerner’s main competitors. CPSI is a public company that was founded in 1979 in Mobile, Alabama. CPSI competes in the Internet software industry. Compared to Cerner, CPSI employs 27,200 fewer people.