Hospitals, health systems implementing new EHR systems

Here are three hospitals and health systems that have implemented new EHR systems or announced plans to do so since March 31:

Editor's note: This article was updated May 25 and will continue to be updated. 

May 25:

1. Alliance, Neb.-based Box Butte General Hospital went live with its new Meditech EHR system on May 1.

2. Weirton (W.Va.) Medical Center is spending $65 million to upgrade its EHR system to a Cerner one.

May 3: 

  1. Marietta, Ga.-based Wellstar Health System will install Epic at Augusta (Ga.) University Health System.

  2. El Segundo, Calif.-based Pipeline Health extended its contract with Altera Digital Health to use its Paragon EHR system. The seven-year contract will expand Pipeline's use of the Paragon EHR system to four Los Angeles-area hospitals and a new hospital in Dallas.

  3. Clinton, Ill.-based Warner Hospital & Health Services is spending $2.3 million of its fiscal 2024 budget to replace its 10-year-old medical records system.

April 14:

  1. Yonkers, N.Y.-based Saint Joseph's Medical Center said it will expand its Oracle Health EHR system to its 12 clinic health systems.

  2. Gatesville, Texas-based Coryell Health went live with the first phase of its Cerner EHR implementation at its hospital, outpatient departments and clinics.

  3. On April 1, Morris (Ill.) Hospital & Healthcare Centers went live with a new $12 million Meditech EHR.

March 31:

  1. Fort Belvoir (Va.) Community Hospital, a Department of Defense medical facility, went live with its new EHR system MHS Genesis on March 25. 
  1. University of Miami Health became the first health system to deploy an Epic EHR in three mobile units.

  2. St. Louis-based Mercy is spending $6.5 million to install Epic at its recently acquired Perryville, Mo.-based Perry County Memorial Hospital.

  3. New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health said it is moving from Allscripts to Epic Systems. 

  4. Wright-Patterson (Ohio) Medical Center said it will transition to the MHS Genesis EHR system on June 3.

  5. Ridgewood, N.J.-based Valley Health System chose Meditech Expanse as its new EHR system.

Feb. 20

  • On March 4, St. Joseph, Mo.-based Mosaic Life Care will transition from a Cerner EHR system to an Epic system.

  • Houston-based Legacy Community Health Clinic has received $1 million in federal funding to purchase a new EHR system. Legacy did not mention which EHR vendor it was choosing.

  • The Department of Veterans Affairs said it plans to resume its Oracle Cerner EHR system rollout at 25 facilities in June 2023.

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