• Michigan Medicine taking steps to move Epic to the cloud

    Ann Arbor-based Michigan Medicine has implemented Epic Cloud Read-Only, marking its first step to moving its EHR system to the cloud, TechnologyMagazine.com reported March 1. 
  • Oracle Health in the last 30 days

    Here are 14 times Becker's reported on Oracle Health, the EHR vendor formerly known as Cerner, in the past month.
  • Surge of EHR messages a good thing, researchers say

    Researchers say the increase in secure messaging among healthcare providers could be a good thing, allowing them to trace EHR "breadcrumbs" to improve both care and communication, the American Medical Association reported.
  • 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.  
  • Epic install affects NCH Healthcare's operating performance

    Naples, Fla.-based NCH Healthcare System's operating performance weakened mainly because of challenges with labor, rising prices, longer hospital stays and the introduction of a new EHR system, according to a Feb. 28 Fitch report. 
  • Where Epic ranks in home health, per KLAS

    Epic secured the title of Best in KLAS for health system-owned home health agencies in 2024, according to a Feb. 27 report from KLAS. 
  • Epic in the last 30 days

    From adding more hospitals and health systems to its EHR system to diving into spatial computing with Apple, here are 11 updates on Epic's operations, software products and partnerships reported on by Becker's Hospital Review in February:
  • New UPMC hospital to move to Epic

    The former Somerset (Pa.) Hospital's affiliation with Pittsburgh-based UPMC will give the facility access to a new EHR system, the Tribune-Democrat reported Feb. 27. 
  • Epic's AI sepsis model faces hurdles, study finds

    A recent study conducted by the University of Michigan has revealed shortcomings in the effectiveness of the proprietary artificial intelligence software known as the Epic Sepsis Model. 
  • Why a big health system stuck with Oracle for its EHR

    While several big health systems have switched to Epic in recent years, others have bucked that trend by staying loyal to their longtime EHR companies.
  • Health systems getting new EHRs

    Here are four hospitals and health systems that have implemented new EHR systems or announced plans to do so since Jan. 30:
  • CPSI rebranding as TruBridge

    Health information technology CPSI is rebranding as TruBridge, effective March 4. 
  • CoxHealth expands IT team amid Epic EHR transition

    Springfield, Mo.-based CoxHealth has begun the pre-planning activities for its Epic EHR install, which is slated to be completed by early 2026. 
  • South Carolina health system to make $40M Epic transition

    Georgetown, S.C.-based Tidelands Health said it is transitioning to an Epic EHR system.
  • Epic dives into spatial computing

    Epic Systems is seeing promise in spatial computing and is launching an app for Apple's new Vision Pro headset, as well as working with a health system to explore the potential of the headset for healthcare applications. 
  • Meditech's new tool reduces cognitive burden for pathologists

    Meditech has redesigned its pathology tool, allowing pathologists to get assistance with complicated cases.
  • 10 health systems moving to Epic

    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. 
  • Lifespan's primary care group transitions to Epic

    Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan Health has moved its primary care group, Coastal Medical, to an Epic EHR system, Providence Business News reported Feb. 19. 
  • Judy Faulkner's best advice

    Epic founder and CEO Judy Faulkner shares best practices and advice on how to be a leader and how to run a successful company through her blog, "Hey Judy." 
  • Lawmakers introduce patient-matching bill for EHRs

    U.S. lawmakers introduced bipartisan legislation Feb. 16 to better match patients with their EHRs.
  • Where Epic ranks in patient intake management

    Epic's Welcome scored 89.4 in overall performance for patient intake management, according to a Feb. 16 report from KLAS. 

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