5 hospitals using grants to install EHRs

Hospitals in Michigan, California, Illinois and Kansas are using government money and grants to help with the cost of installing a new EHR.

Here are the five hospitals using government financing to install a new EHR that Becker's has reported on since July 25:

  1. Three Rivers (Mich.) Health will use some grant money received from the state to pay for a new EHR.

  2. Davis, Calif.-based CommuniCare Health Centers used $1.5 million in federal funds to install Epic.

  3. El Centro (Calif.) Regional Medical Center will use $3.5 million of its $28 million loan from California to install a Cerner EHR.

  4. Jacksonville (Ill.) Memorial Hospital is using a $1 million grant to install a new EHR system.

  5. Parsons, Kan.-based Labette County Medical Center is using a $759,600 grant to help purchase upgrades for its EHR.

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