8 health systems installing new EHR systems

Eight health systems that have implemented or announced plans to implement a new EHR system since Oct. 5: 

  • Harnett Health, a two-hospital system in Dunn, N.C., and Lillington, N.C., completed its transition to Epic EHR on Oct. 1.

  • Winnsboro, La.-based Franklin Medical Center will receive $41,640 to upgrade its Oracle Cerner EHR system.

  • Aspen (Colo.) Valley Hospital went live with its $16 million Epic EHR installation on Oct. 1.

  • Littleton (N.H.) Regional Healthcare went live with Oracle Cerner's Community Works EHR system on Oct. 3. The new EHR system replaced the hospital's three separate systems — one for the hospital, one for the physician practices and another for its Alpine Clinic.

  • Gillette, Wyo.-based Campbell County Health is switching EHRs from Meditech to Epic in a move that will cost $8 million.

  • Gouverneur (N.Y.) Hospital received a $10 million rural development grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to tackle a few new projects, including an EHR installation.

  • Aitkin, Minn.-based Riverwood Healthcare Center's board approved funds for the health system to transition to an Epic EHR system. The new system will replace the hospital's current system that is hosted by Minneapolis-based Allina Health.

  • Fergus Falls, Minn.-based Lake Region Healthcare is spending $25 million to unify its three EHR systems with Epic.

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