11 Epic EHR contracts, go-lives in 2021

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Below are 11 organizations that announced plans to implement an Epic EHR or deployed an Epic EHR so far in 2021, as covered by Becker's Hospital Review.

Editor's note: The organizations are listed in alphabetical order.

  1. Chillicothe, Ohio-based Adena Health System began the implementation process for a new Epic EHR as part of its affiliation with the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

  2. Elizabethtown, Ky.-based Baptist Health Hardin went live with a new Epic EHR.

  3. Bay Area Hospital, North Bend Medical Center, Bay Clinic and Advanced Health, which are all in Coos Bay, Ore., went live with a new Epic EHR.

  4. Longview, Texas-based Christus Good Shepherd Health System went live with a new Epic EHR.

  5. Seaford, Del.-based TidalHealth Nanticoke announced plans to implement a new Epic EHR.

  6. North Carolina's Durham County Department of Public Health said it is transitioning its EHR system to Epic.

  7. Newport (Wash.) Hospital and Health Services went live with a shared Epic Community Connect EHR.

  8. International Falls, Minn.-based Rainy Lake Medical Center went live with its Epic EHR.

  9. Rogers-based Central Texas Community Health Centers launched a new Epic EHR system.

  10. All of West Reading, Pa.-based Tower Health's sites now use the same Epic EHR after a successful go-live at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.

  11. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Regional Campuses went live on the Little Rock-based health system's Epic EHR.

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