9 recent EHR contracts, go-lives

Here are nine healthcare organizations that recently announced plans to implement a new EHR or deployed a new system.

  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. Petersburg Medical Center moved forward with plans to replace its current six-year-old EHR with a new Cerner system, which will cost $1.3 million.

  3. MedStar St. Mary's Hospital went live on Columbia, Md.-based MedStar Health's EHR system.

  4. The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services said it will implement a Cerner EHR so its 12 facilities can share health records on a single, unified platform.

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

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

  7. Sanford, Fla.-based True Health completed an Emerge conversion to the athenaHealth EMR as a part of its merger with the Watertown, Mass.-based health system.

  8. The 377th Medical Group at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico announced it will transition to a new EHR system, which is based on Cerner's Millennium EHR and tailored to meet the Defense Department's needs.

  9. DeRidder, La.-based Beauregard Health System went live with Meditech's Expanse EHR.

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