• Epic integrates 2-way patient texting to software

    Epic Systems has integrated two-way patient texting, which allows hospitals and health systems using its software to offer patients mobile messaging that can send them alerts about appointments, prescriptions and billing. 
  • Epic to roll out online app gallery

    Epic plans to release a new online app gallery in the coming weeks.
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    Epic's voice assistant feature, Hey Epic!, improved Epic user's experience more than other EHR upgrades, according to a KLAS report.
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  • EHR vendor NextGen exploring a sale: Report

    EHR vendor NextGen Healthcare is reportedly looking at selling the company, Reuters reported Aug. 23. 
  • What Epic looks for in a network engineer

    EHR giant Epic is searching for a network engineer to join its Madison, Wis.-based campus.
  • Judy Faulkner touts new plans for Epic

    Epic Systems founder and CEO Judy Faulkner told audiences at the company's annual Users Group Meeting that the healthcare industry is adrift at sea because of challenges like provider burnout, staffing shortages, and provider and customer satisfaction, The Cap Times reported Aug. 23. 
  • Epic looks to accelerate generative AI offerings

    Epic is tapping into generative AI to roll out more tools to help hospitals and health systems save time on documentation, as well as coding and billing processes. 
  • How Epic does clinical informatics

    Epic's Cosmos clinical informatics database is allowing health systems and researchers to find insights on how to treat blood pressure and rare diseases and even identify victims of human trafficking, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Aug. 23.
  • Veradigm receives 3rd Nasdaq notice for missing financial reports

    Veradigm, an EHR vendor formerly known as Allscripts, received its third notice of noncompliance from Nasdaq after failing to file three financial reports with the SEC on time.
  • AI-powered voice assistant syncs with Cerner

    Suki, an artificial intelligence voice assistant for healthcare, is syncing with Cerner to allow users to take advantage of Suki's clinical documentation tools.
  • Epic, Microsoft add new AI capabilities to EHR software

    Epic Systems and Microsoft have expanded their partnership once again and will integrate conversational, ambient and generative AI technologies into Epic's EHR ecosystem. 
  • Top 6 EHRs for large hospitals, per Black Book Research

    Epic was named the top EHR for acute care hospitals with 251 beds or more by Black Book Research.
  • Who are Epic's 2 'pals'?

    Epic Systems launched its new "Partnership and Pals" program that aims to collaborate with various healthcare companies to integrate technologies that will expand the benefits of patients and providers.
  • Guthrie Clinic achieves Epic Level 10

    Sayre, Pa.-based Guthrie Clinic achieved Epic Gold Stars Level 10 for a fourth consecutive year.
  • How 1 health system is lowering MyChart messages without fees

    Chapel Hill, N.C.-based UNC Health has been using nurses and medical assistants to respond to patient messages that fall within the scope of their responsibilities, which in turn has lowered the amount of messages physicians receive by 25 percent, EpicShares reported Aug. 21. 
  • Epic adds AI-powered startup to Pals program

    Epic Systems has added AI-powered cloud contact center Talkdesk to its new Pals program, which aims to help Epic customers select vendors that use validated integrations with its software. 
  • Hospitals, health systems getting new EHRs

    Here are three hospitals and health systems that have implemented new EHR systems or announced plans to do so since Aug. 2:
  • How Mount Sinai is leveraging the power of cloud to optimize Epic

    New York City-based Mount Sinai, who has one of the largest production instances of Epic running on Microsoft's cloud, says the move has been able to reduce upfront infrastructure costs and accelerate the health system's integration of AI. 
  • 3 Epic, AI connections

    Epic users can embed AI tools into their workflows in a myriad of different ways.
  • Epic gets new generative AI 'pal'

    Epic is integrating new artificial intelligence clinical documentation capabilities for its customers through a partnership with generative AI company Abridge. 

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