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3 Best Practices For Effective EHR Replacement, Adoption


The health IT industry is changing, and an upsurge in EHR replacement makes that change clear. From ever-changing meaningful use requirements to varying practice needs, healthcare organizations find that their original EHR acquisition may...

Comparing Largest Epic, Cerner EHR Implementations to Date


Epic Systems and Cerner Corporation provide the EHR technology for some of the nation's largest and most successful health systems and hospitals. Previously, EHRIntelligence.com put together lists of the largest EHR implementation for...

How to Make the EHR Replacement Project a Successful One


The EHR selection is a daunting challenge, but it pales in comparison to EHR replacement technology because of what is an stake which in many cases entails repairing an expensive error the first go-around. Replacing EHR technology is a...

New EHR Technology to Spur EHR Replacement, Other Predictions


Most currently installed acute care EHR and health information systems (HIS) and in the United States and Europe are firmly rooted in second-platform client/service technology. The architecture of these systems is dated, does not encourage...

Cerner Top of Mind in EHR Selection Process Internationally


Cerner Corporation and its technology have a leg up on other EHR vendors when it comes to the EHR selection process globally, according to a recent KLAS report which suggests that the EHR vendor’s international popularity stems from...

Most Newsworthy EHR Vendor Developments of 2015


Three words best describe how EHR vendors over the past year: interoperability, usability, and replacement. Plenty has changed in twelve months. Previously, the focus was on meeting Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements just a year ago and...

Senate Passes Bill For VA EHR Interoperability, Funding


The Senate has passed a bill with provisions regarding the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) EHR plans and health IT interoperability. The bill (HR 2029), comes in the wake of much discussion and debate about EHR interoperability between...

EHR Replacement Trend Expands to Emergency Departments


A lack of usability, interoperability, and mobility will lead to enterprise EHR technology giving way to best-of-breed health IT in the emergency department, according to Black Book. A survey of hospitals between August and October found...

Popular EHR Products Score Low on EHR Usability Framework


An evaluation framework jointly developed by the American Medical Association (AMA) and MedStar Health’s National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare claims to identify a lack of EHR user-centered design and testing best practices...

Epic Systems Ranked Most Innovative EHR Vendor by C-Suite Execs


A recent survey of members in healthcare C-suite ranks Epic, Cerner, Apple, GE, Google, athenahealth, and Theranos as the most innovative health IT companies. As part of the Peer60 study, researchers asked respondents to identify not...

Will AHRQ Become a Casualty of Congressional Budgetary Cuts?


Scores of healthcare organizations are opposing two proposed appropriation bills that at best would limit funding to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) or at worst would terminate the division within the Department of...

Are EHR Vendor Contracts Hindering Patient Safety Research?


Adhering to patient safety standards is of vital importance when using an EHR, which is why proper review and research among different systems are critical for innovation. However, are supposed gag clauses in EHR vendor contracts...

Epic Systems Tabbed to Expand Hold of Ambulatory EHR Market


Epic Systems is in the driver's seat compared to other ambulatory EHR vendors and poised to take control of an even larger portion of the outpatient EHR market, according to a recent survey of more than 170 ambulatory care...

Senators Propose Health IT Ratings, Certification Tweaks


A recently introduced Senate bill proposes to put in place a health IT rating program to the field performance of voluntarily certified health IT systems. Sponsored by Senators Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA), and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), the...

EHR Replacement Trend Increases Threefold in 5 Years


Over the past handful of years, the transition from paper to electronic records has given way to EHR replacement with more and more EHR adopters looking to replace their current EHR technology with another EHR system, according to EHR...

Finding a Solution to the EHR Replacement Conundrum


When it comes to EHR adoption, there is good news and bad news. The good? These systems are becoming almost ubiquitous at this point, with 95 percent of all eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals and 54 percent of all...

CMS Answers Meaningful Use EHR Hardship Exception FAQs


As the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs amp up their requirements, many healthcare organizations are considering EHR replacement. However, switching EHR vendors may hamper some organizations’ ability to participate in...

EDIS Vendors to Lose Ground to Enterprise EHR Vendors


Not only are healthcare organizations looking for EHR replacement technology for primary care providers and affiliated physician networks, but they also are planning to switch vendors for their emergency department information systems...

ONC Launches Health IT Complaint Tool for EHR Users


The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has launched a new tool for reporting complaints about certified EHR technology (CEHRT) and health IT. Acting Deputy National Coordinator Jon White, MD,...

Epic EHR Implementation Leads to Cerner EHR Replacement


Clinicians at two Tucson hospitals will be tasked with learning a new EHR technology after their healthcare organizations were acquired by Banner Health. The decision to implement an EHR replacement technology follows more than $100...



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