• Epic + Oracle Health headed into 2024

    Hospitals and health systems continue to invest in EHR platforms as the technology becomes more sophisticated for more coordinated care.
  • 5 biggest VA, Oracle updates of 2023

    In 2023, the Department of Veterans Affairs faced fierce criticism from clinicians, lawmakers and patients over its rollout of the Oracle Health EHR system. Despite the blowback, the agency is continuing to move forward with the system.
  • Minnesota hospital to go live with Epic

    Aitkin, Minn.-based Riverwood Healthcare Center is planning to go live with an Epic EHR system in January, hospital CEO Ken Westwood wrote in aitkinage.com Dec. 22.
  • How top-performing health systems are using AI to transform operations and increase access

    Virtual summit recap: Find key learnings from systems like Baptist Health and Duke Health — here.  
  • Memorial Hermann inches closer to Epic go-live

    Houston-based Memorial Hermann Health System is 150 days away from its first go-live with its new Epic EHR system. 
  • What's in store for Oracle Health in 2024

    As the past 18 months have witnessed remarkable technology strides, particularly in the maturation and accessibility of artificial intelligence and large language models, Mike Sicilia, executive vice president of Oracle Global Industries, told Becker's the company plans to focus on immediate life-saving innovations in healthcare for 2024. 
  • 18 hospitals opting for Epic in 2023

    Epic Systems continues to be the leader in the EHR hospital market share, with 83 hospitals joining its network in 2022, according to research from KLAS. 
  • Penn State Health aims to improve health equity with new EHR layout

    Hershey, Pa.-based Penn State Health added preferred name and pronouns options to its EHR system as part of an effort to boost health equity and inclusion.
  • Another health system opts for Epic

    Springfield, Mo.-based CoxHealth is moving from a Cerner EHR system to an Epic EHR system. 
  • University Health integrated content management system with Epic

    San Antonio, Texas-based University Health is integrating Hyland's OnBase Smart on FHIR system within its Epic Hyperdrive EHR to help capture unstructured patient data.
  • What health systems are paying for EHRs

    Here is how much 12 hospitals and health systems are expected to pay for purchasing, installing and upgrading a new or current electronic health record system in 2023, as reported by Becker's:
  • What's in store for Meditech in 2024?

    In 2024, EHR vendor Meditech told Becker's the company is steering its efforts toward crafting sustainable and scalable solutions to tackle healthcare's most pressing challenges, such as workforce issues, financial pressures and the escalating demand for care.
  • University Hospitals' Epic install to cost $400M

    Cleveland-based University Hospitals expects its Epic install to cost about $400 million, a significant drop from the $600 million it had initially budgeted, according to financial documents published Dec. 14. 
  • How much 4 hospitals are paying their Epic talent

    Health systems in Colorado, New York and Washington are seeking Epic talent.
  • Tampa General to install Epic at 3 acquired hospitals

    Tampa (Fla) General Hospital will transition three hospitals it acquired from Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems to Epic, a spokesperson confirmed with Becker's.
  • Allina Health to charge for MyChart messages

    Minneapolis-based Allina Health will begin charging patients for some messages received through MyChart, Fox 9 reported Dec. 13. 
  • Epic looks to help hospitals maximize OR time

    EHR giant Epic is utilizing predictive models within its workflows with the goal of allowing clinicians to release operating room time they are not using.
  • Epic gets approval to join TEFCA

    Epic Nexus, a subsidiary of Epic, has become one of the initial organizations to receive the Qualified Health Information Network designation.
  • Oracle touts new plans for health division

    Approximately half of Cerner's Millennium customers, focused on automating hospitals much like Epic, are expected to transition to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure by February, Larry Ellison, chief technology officer of Oracle, said in a Dec. 11 earnings call.
  • 3 EHR install tips

    Since a new EHR system can be so costly, hospital IT executives told Becker's that the key to a successful EHR install is collaboration and keeping the focus on the patient.
  • Veradigm asks CEO, CFO to step down

    Veradigm CEO Richard Poulton and CFO Leah Jones have resigned from their roles at the request of the board. Mr. Poulton has also stepped down from the board while Ms. Jones will serve in a consulting role to provide business-development related services to the company.

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