• How Epic helped change Madison's reputation as a 'boomerang city'

    Epic has helped pave the way for a tech boom in the Madison, Wis., area and change the community's perception as a "boomerang city," the Badger Herald reported.
  • Texas hospital selects Meditech

    Victoria, Texas-based Citizens Medical Center is installing Meditech Expanse as its EHR. 
  • The power of the 'stupid stuff' initiative

    Research published in March 2022 found that U.S. physicians who use EHRs spend an average of 1.84 hours a day completing documentation outside work hours, and as hospitals and health systems look for ways to alleviate this burden for providers, some are implementing "stupid stuff" initiatives in a bid to simplify the EHR. 
  • Do more with your EHR: How interoperability innovation is easing patient + staff burdens

    Digital transformation can start with what you already have. Experts are urging leaders to build on this common tool for improved patient experience & access — watch here.
  • Mount Sinai sees big gains from moving Epic to the cloud

    As New York City-based Mount Sinai moves its Epic EHR system to Microsoft's cloud, it has been able to use new technologies such as artificial intelligence to drive greater efficiencies, as well as improve its cybersecurity posture. 
  • Meditech in the last 30 days

    From adding new hospital clients to launching an artificial intelligence-focused partnership with big tech, Meditech has had a busy month.
  • 'Stupid stuff' initiative simplifies EHR documentation at 1 system

    Honolulu-based Hawaii Pacific Health created an initiative, dubbed "Get Rid of Stupid Stuff," that created simple fixes to tasks within the EHR that clinicians felt were poorly designed, unnecessary or nonsensical, The Harvard Business Review reported Sept. 26. 
  • Meditech, Google partner on AI

    Meditech is expanding its artificial intelligence-focused partnership with Google to auto-generate clinical documentation.
  • How Judy Faulkner greets visitors to her office

    Visitors to the conference room adjoining Judy Faulkner's office are greeted by the "culture of Epic," the EHR vendor's founder and CEO wrote.
  • Veradigm shares to be delisted

    Veradigm, previously known as Allscripts, said it received a notice from Nasdaq stating that its shares would be delisted due to noncompliance. 
  • 4 Epic updates in 30 days

    From inking three EHR deals with health systems to reports on its sepsis model accuracy, here are four updates on Epic's operations, software products and partnerships reported by Becker's Hospital Review in the past month:
  • Is the EHR market innovative?

    Hospital IT executives told Becker's that while EHR vendors have begun to adopt innovative technologies, such as generative artificial intelligence, the industry has yet to make the transformative changes that healthcare needs.
  • Vermont health system switches to Meditech

    Randolph, Vt.-based Gifford Health Care will be switching to Meditech for its EHR after previously using three different systems.
  • Boston Children's Hospital switches to Epic

    Boston Children's Hospital said it plans to switch to Epic for its EHR in 2024.
  • Scripps sees MyChart messages increase by 50%

    San Diego-based Scripps Health said it saw a 50 percent increase in patient messages since the onset of COVID-19, San Diego Business Journal reported Sept. 20. 
  • Meditech adds AI to EHR software

    EHR vendor Meditech is adding ambient listening and generative artificial intelligence to its EHR software. 
  • How Epic's HQ changes the town around it

    Epic is building roads and buying farmland around its rural Wisconsin headquarters as the EHR vendor constructs a new campus and welcomes loads of new employees, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Sept. 19.
  • Oracle revitalizes EHR

    Oracle unveiled new capabilities for its next-generation EHR Sept. 18 at the company's conference in Las Vegas.
  • Ochsner to integrate AI into Epic

    Louisiana-based Ochsner Health is piloting a program in which AI will be used to draft simple responses to patient messages it receives in its portal. 
  • Oracle launches generative AI healthcare assistant

    Oracle launched a new generative artificial intelligence healthcare assistant designed to save clinicians time by responding to voice commands.
  • Congresswoman says VA's Cerner rollout is a 'complete failure'

    Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers wants to pull the plug on the Department of Veterans Affairs' Cerner EHR rollout, calling the project a "complete failure." 

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