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Neal L. Patterson (December 10, 1949  – July 9, 2017) was an American businessman who was CEO of Cerner Corporation, a Kansas City -based medical software corporation. Patterson was also owner of the Sporting Kansas City soccer team.  Contents 1 Early life 2 Military service 3 Management 4 Sporting Kansas City 5 Death 6 References
Neal Patterson, the founder and chairman of Cerner Corporation, died on July 9, due to unexpected complications after a recent recurrence of a previously disclosed soft tissue cancer, initially...
Patterson grew up on his family’s farm near Manchester, Okla. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and master’s degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University. Neal L. Patterson passed away on Sunday, July 9, 2017, from complications of recently recurrent cancer. He was 67. Remembering Neal Back to Leadership Page
Remembering Neal A tribute to our Co-founder, CEO and Chairman, Neal Patterson. We are forever grateful to Neal for four decades of leadership and tireless dedication to driving innovation in health care. Neal impacted the lives of millions through his visionary leadership and entrepreneurial spirit.
Neal Patterson was born in December 1949 in Oklahoma, USA. He is an executive and businessman, best known as a chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Cerner, which he founded in 1979, and is the owner of the MLS soccer team Sporting Kansas City. Patterson’s career started in 1973.
Neal Patterson is an American business executive who has a net worth of $1.7 billion. Neal Patterson, the CEO of Cerner Corporation – a Kansas City-based medical software corporation, earns his wealth from the ever-growing effort to digitize health systems. Cerner serves as a provider of health IT systems and electronic health records to doctors'
Neal Patterson is chairman of the board, chief executive officer and co-founder of Cerner Corporation, the world’s largest stand-alone healthcare information technology company, with more than $2B in revenues and more than 10,000 associates worldwide, including more than 6,500 associates in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Mr. Patterson, who holds an M.B.A. from Oklahoma State University and worked as a consultant at Arthur Andersen before starting Cerner with two partners in 1979, attributes his manageent style to...
We also partner with Women in Leadership and Management in Animal Health (WILMAH), an organization that helps women achieve success at every stage of their careers. To strengthen the industries that we serve, Patterson is launching a new scholarship for BIPOC students pursing undergraduate education in dental or veterinary health fields.