EHR partnerships in the last 30 days

From diving further into precision medicine to creating an EHR virtual scribe, here are six partnerships Oracle Cerner, Epic, Athenahealth and Meditech have completed since June as reported by Becker's Hospital Review

  1. Epic announced plans to join the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement as a qualified health information network. The Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, created by the ONC, aims to bring together information networks for a nationwide health information interoperability.

  2. Oracle Cerner partnered with the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation, which provides the technology for Columbia-based University of Missouri Health Care's EHR system, and Foundation Medicine, which develops, manufactures and sells genomic profiling assays, to launch a fully automated genomic testing interface within its EHR system. 

  3. Epic partnered with genetic testing and precision medicine company Myriad Genetics to integrate its line of genetic testing into Epic's EHR system.

  4. Athenahealth partnered with AI speech recognition company Nuance to create a virtual voice assistant that helps clinicians document patient visits within its EHR system.

  5. Meditech partnered with two U.K. health systems — East Cheshire NHS Trust and Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust — to create a new EHR system dubbed the Digital Clinical System. The system will replace their paper record-keeping system.

  6. Epic partnered with molecular science company Caris Life Sciences, to integrate its suite of molecular profile services, including whole genetic testing for blood and tissue samples, into Epic's network.

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