Meditech's year in review: 5 most-read stories in 2020

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Westwood, Mass.-based Meditech made headlines this year amid new partnerships with Google and the American Health Information Management Association as well as EHR rollouts at numerous hospitals and clinics.

Here are five of the most-read stories about Meditech reported by Becker's Hospital Review in 2020. 

1. Steward Health Care to deploy Meditech EHR across 35 hospitals

Steward Health Care extended its partnership with Meditech Jan. 21 by implementing the company's EHR across the Dallas, Texas-based health system's 35 hospitals.

2. AHIMA partners with Meditech on EHR digital training: 4 things to know 

The American Health Information Management Association tapped Meditech's Expanse platform to serve as the flagship system for the organization's EHR digital training, which is offered to 16,000 students at more than 300 colleges and universities.

3. Massachusetts hospital completes $18M Meditech install: 4 details

Milford (Mass.) Regional Medical Center went live on Meditech's Expanse EHR on Oct. 1. The hospital began the $18 million implementation process in 2018 and paused the rollout for a few months at the beginning of 2020 due to the pandemic.

4. Meditech partners with Google Cloud for new EHR offering: 5 things to know

Meditech tapped Google Cloud in December to deploy its new cloud-based, subscription model EHR platform. The new EHR, dubbed Meditech Cloud Platform, is an extension of the company's Expanse EHR system.

5. Arizona hospital deploys Meditech EHR

Globe, Ariz.-based Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center went live Aug. 1 on Meditech's Expanse. The hospital had been working on the implementation project since August 2019; with the transition, the medical center's 11 regional clinics now all operate on a single, unified system.

 

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