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10 Biggest Epic EHR Hospital Implementations in United States

November 4, 2015 - As one of the most well-known names in the health IT industry, Wisconsin-based EHR company Epic Systems has been adopted by several of the largest healthcare systems in the nation. Not only has Epic been recognized with several awards, such as being named the overall Best In KLAS between 2010 and 2014, but many of its customers have also received several accolades including HIMSS Stages 6...


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As one of the most well-known names in the health IT industry, Wisconsin-based EHR company Epic Systems has been adopted by several of the largest healthcare systems in the nation. Not only has Epic Systems been recognized with several awards, such as being named the overall Best In KLAS between 2010 and 2014, but many of its customers have also received several accolades including HIMSS Stages 6 and 7, Most Wired Awards, and HIMSS Davies awards.

Epic EHR Patient Portal Gets Interoperability Makeover, CEO Says Hear Epic Systems CEO Judy Faulkner discuss MyChart patient portal and interoperability challenges.

Read about the latest Epic EHR implementations at some of the largest hospitals across the United States

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Listen to Spaulding CIO John Campbell discuss their Epic EHR implementation planning and challenges and part of Partners Healthcare Podcast: Bringing Epic EHR to the Post-Acute Space at Spaulding

Also Faulkner sat down with HealthITAnalytics.com to discuss some of the ways Epic is bringing interoperability and big data analytics to its users while simultaneously striving to make the electronic health record “a joy to use.”

Judy Faulkner: Epic is Changing the Big Data, Interoperability Game

 

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UC San Diego, Irvine Health to Share Single Epic EHR Platform

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University of California (UC) San Diego Health and University of California Irvine (UCI) Health recently formed a strategic partnership to share a single Epic EHR platform. The academic health systems will share the Epic platform in an effort...

California Health System Launches $20M Epic Implementation

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Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, California, recently went live with its $20 million Epic EHR implementation. The Epic EHR system will serve as a central database for the health system’s hospital, clinical, and home health divisions....

Cerner, MEDITECH Offer Most EHR Solutions Across Care Continuum

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A new KLAS report focused on which health IT companies best help users adapt to each care setting found Cerner and MEDITECH to be leading the way in developing solutions across the care continuum. However, most large health systems still choose...

UVM Health Network Awaits Approval for $200M Epic EHR Replacement

by Kate Monica

University of Vermont (UVM) Health Network leadership recently testified before the Green Mountain Care Board in an effort to gain approval for a new Epic EHR replacement that may cost up to $200 million. The EHR replacement would upgrade systems...

Major EHR Companies to Integrate New Surescripts Pharmacy Tool

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Surescripts is now offering a real-time prescription benefit tool as well as an expanded prior authorization solutions integrated directly into physician EHR systems to assist with prescription decision-making processes. The health information...

Indiana Health System Goes Live with Epic EHR, Patient Portal

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Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated Columbus Regional health system is based in Georgia. Indiana-based Columbus Regional Health system recently announced the launch of its Epic EHR implementation on November...

Vanderbilt Readies for $200M System-Wide Epic Implementation

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is set to go live with its over $200 million Epic implementation at midnight on November 2. VUMC anticipates a period of about six to seven hours during which hospital staff will rely on “downtime”...

South Dakota Health System Goes Live with Epic Implementation

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Regional Health in South Dakota recently went live with its Epic implementation at all hospitals, clinics, urgent care facilities, and specialty treatment centers in its network. “Every time you visit a Regional Health clinic or hospital...

EHR System Tech Support Greatly Impacts Patient Care Delivery

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Health IT companies that do not offer clinically-based EHR system tech support, either internally or through an outsourced support firm, have far less opportunities to positively affect patient care through EHR use, a new Black Book survey found....

Epic Systems Expands CVS Health Partnership to Lower Drug Costs

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Epic and CVS Health recently announced an initiative to lower drug costs for patients and improve health outcomes by offering prescribers lower cost alternatives to expensive medications. CVS will utilize Epic’s population health management...

Epic Named Best EDIS Enterprise Vendor in Overall Satisfaction

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The September 2017 KLAS report for emergency department information system (EDIS) usability showed provider leadership at organizations using Epic EHR have significantly higher rates of overall satisfaction than those using other enterprise...

Behavioral Health System Invests Millions in Epic Implementation

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Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services recently approved a multi-million dollar investment in an Epic implementation at all of its facilities. The organization did not disclose the official amount of the deal. The Pine Rest Board of Directors...

US Court Cuts TCS Fine From $940M to $420M in Epic Lawsuit

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Earlier this week, a US court cut the compensatory and punitive damages that major IT company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) must pay Epic Systems for a trade secret lawsuit by more than half. The Western District Court of Wisconsin issued an...

WI Hospital Launching Epic EHR Replacement After 2 Years of Prep

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Tomah Memorial Hospital (TMH) in Wisconsin will go live with its Epic EHR replacement on October 1 to improve clinical efficiency after nearly two years of planning. TMH officials stated the nearly $3-million EHR replacement process will optimize...

Epic EHR Contributed to Major Operating Losses for Dana-Farber

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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recently claimed problems with its Epic EHR contributed to significant losses and decreased revenue in its third fiscal quarter. The hospital reported operating losses of $44.2 million in its third quarter ending...

MI Health Systems Implement Epic Healthy Planet Constellation

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Affirmant Health Partners signed a deal with Epic to implement its population health management and accountable care platform — Healthy Planet Constellation — designed for clinically integrated networks. The coalition of health systems...

Mayo Clinic Offers Symptoms Assessment Tool in Epic EHR

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Mayo Clinic is now offering its secure, web-based symptom assessment tool Ask Mayo Clinic through Epic MyChart to assist patients in managing their own care. The tool is available 24/7 through any computer or mobile device with internet access....

Epic Share Everywhere Enables Worldwide Interoperability

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Epic today announced a new innovation to improve worldwide interoperability with Share Everywhere — a solution allowing patients to authorize any provider with internet access to view their health record. As part of Share Everywhere, patients...

UMass Memorial to Invest $700M in Epic Implementation

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UMass Memorial Health plans to invest approximately $700 million in its Epic EHR implementation process over the next decade. The current EHR systems in place at UMass hospitals and healthcare facilities often lack interoperability, slowing health...

UI Trustees Debate Value of $62M Epic EHR Replacement Deal

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University of Illinois (UI) is set to sign off on a $62-million EHR replacement contract to upgrade its best-of-breed, 20-year old EHR technology to a single Epic system. Implementing the Epic system at UI hospitals in Chicago should simplify...

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