Cerner's Integrated Charting

Oracle Cerner
Bengaluru, India
My Role
UI/UX Engineer
OCT 2016 — JUN 2019
(2.5 years)

Product context

  • Cerner Millennium is a cloud-based automated library solution deployed in health facilities across United States. The product is used by 650,000 physicians around the globe and more than 3 million users every day.
  • Cerner power chart is an application in 'Cerner's Millennium' and a primary place to view patient lab results, and radiology results, and sign transcribed documents.

Team's vision

  • Help healthcare providers to chart the vitals/details of the patients anytime and anywhere by establishing an omnichannel experience across Cerner Millenium solutions.
  • Leverage internal design system components to uplift the product to a cloud-based architecture.

Projects that I had key impacts on

Quick Chart

A single page charting application built with responsive UI elements from Terra UI framework to chart patient's clinical data.

Multi-Patient Charting

Created APIs' to batch store common data of patients that are enrolled in a group session.

Notes / Textual-Rendition

Printable clinical report that houses present and past clinical data of the patient identified by versions. (Similar to Versions in Google Docs)


  • Engaged in cross-team discussions with Solution Designers, UX Designers, Project Managers, and Engineers in different countries (India, US, UK) and provided valuable suggestions for refining designs (Technical & Callouts)
  • Worked on building components for Terra-based internal design system. The components are pulled into 'Kaiju', a drag-and-drop web editor for building components and templates that are composed of predefined react components. The design system is based on 'Atomic Design' Principles.
  • Developed UI components and designed information architecture for multi-patient drafting scenarios resulting in the one-time charting of common data.

Tools Used


Working with teams in different locations (India, US, and UK counterparts) was one of my best learnings for diverse collaborations. I worked closely with team members of different roles such as Solution Designers, UX teams, and Product Managers in every iteration, through which I learned how vast and deep we could think of the same solution or artifact. In sum, my technical knowledge and thought process reached a professional level while working on these Projects.

"Many brains into one goal is not chaos, it is just more care and refinement for a manifold problem space."