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VIENNA, July 16, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt (General Accident Insurance Institution, AUVA) agreed to implement Cerner Millennium ® electronic health record in seven emergency hospitals and four rehabilitation centers. The new agreement will significantly expand Cerner's market share in Austria. "It has always been one of our main priorities to provide efficiency through innovation," explains University lecturer Dr. Thomas Mück, deputy general manager of AUVA. "We have found a competent partner in Cerner, an organization that has pursued the vision to make health care safer and more efficient for more than 30 years. Cerner's innovative information system will enable us to work faster and be more precise, thus further increasing the patient care quality in our hospitals and rehabilitation centers. The increased efficiency of AUVA's information technology is another positive aspect." "We look forward to an ambitious and innovative project which will allow us to demonstrate our clinical expertise and extensive experience with complex implementations. Together, AUVA and Cerner will look to improve efficiency and patient outcomes, as well as digital decision support," adds Holger Cordes, chief operations officer of Cerner Europe. An essential part of the multi-year project will be the introduction of the electronic patient record, electronic medication and the interactive digital chronological patient timeline. In addition, the emergency department, order management processes and clinical documentation for nursing and ancillary departments will be digitized. About the AUVA – an accident insurance company The AUVA is financed by social security contributions, is client-oriented, and operates sustainably and efficiently. As a statutory accident insurer, the AUVA provides a wide range of services from prevention and curative treatment to rehabilitation and financial compensation for accident victims. The AUVA stands for security and health within working and educational environments, both external and internal. Caring for 5 million policy holders, the AUVA employs approximately 5,200 people, 74% of whom are located in 11 treatment centers (7 emergency hospitals and 4 rehabilitation centers).