9 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

This brought in 14,330 beds into Epic's network, giving the vendor the biggest hospital market share, with nearly 36% of the acute care hospitals in the U.S. using its platform.

Editor's note: This article was updated April 5 and will continue to be updated to reflect the latest news.

Here are nine hospitals, healthcare organizations and health systems opting for an Epic EHR system in 2024, as reported by Becker's:

  1. Springfield, Mo.-based Jordan Valley Community Health Center is moving to an Epic EHR system.

  2. Orange, Calif.-based UCI Health will transition four former Tenet hospitals from a Cerner EHR system to an Epic EHR system.

  3. Georgetown, S.C.-based Tidelands Health completed its $40 million transition to an Epic EHR system. 

  4. Albany (N.Y.) Medical Center went live with an Epic EHR system on March 2. 

  5. San Diego-based Sharp HealthCare went live with an Epic EHR system on March 1, a spokesperson for the health system shared with Becker's.  

  6. Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan Health has moved its primary care group, Coastal Medical, to an Epic EHR system.

  7. Great Falls, Mont.-based Benefis Health System is switching from a Meditech and NextGen Healthcare EHR system to an Epic one.

  8. Scottsbluff, Neb.-based Regional West Health Services is moving from an Oracle Health EHR system to an Epic one.

  9. Duluth, Minn.-based Essentia Health is transitioning its Mid Dakota Clinics in Bismarck, N.D., to an Epic EHR system.

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