4 EHR contracts, installs costing over $100 million in 2020

Health systems continued to sign EHR contracts and deploy the technology in 2020 despite pandemic-related delays.

Here are four health systems that signed or implemented EHR contracts worth $100 million or more in the last year.

1. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs deployed the first phase of its new $16 billion Cerner EHR Oct. 24 at Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Wash.

2. Oklahoma U Medicine signed a $200 million contract to install Epic's EHR Feb. 3, after more than a yearlong process to find a new EHR system.

3. San Antonio-based University Health System began a $170 million EHR implementation in July.

4. Buffalo, N.Y.-based Catholic Health deployed Epic's EHR this fall after signing a $100 million contract with the company in February 2019.

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