Meet the 12-person team leading Orlando Health's Epic implementation

Orlando (Fla.) Health selected a 12-member team to lead its transition to a new Epic EHR, which the health system is calling a comprehensive health record.

Orland Health aims to fully deploy the Epic EHR system by early 2021. Once fully integrated, the system, referred to as ELLiE, will connect all the organization's hospitals, physician practices and outpatient care centers into a single health record.

Sherry Buxton, BSN, RN, Orlando Health's assistant vice president and ELLiE program executive, will lead the project implementation team. She will manage the more than 130 team members assigned to the initiative.

Here are the remaining 11 team leaders:

1. Mike Braden
2. Cherley Constant
3. John Dimino
4. Ashley Elder
5. William Millican
6. Michael Sasser
7. Lauri Thompson
8. Rhonda Walmer
9. Bridget Walters
10. Jerry Warner
11. Kim Weaver

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