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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...


About Epic Systems:

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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