What 4 health systems are paying for EHR installs

Here is how much four health systems are expected to pay for the cost of purchasing and installing a new electronic health record system:

  • Warren (Pa.) General Hospital is looking to install Meditech's EHR system. The install is expected to cost $2.3 million.

  • Winchester, Va.-based Valley Health is installing its own upgraded version of the Epic EHR system. The install is expected to cost $50 million. 

  • Wallingford, Conn.-based Gaylord Specialty Healthcare is installing the Meditech EHR system, which will cost $7.6 million. The State Bond Commission is looking to award Gaylord Specialty Healthcare $4.5 million for the installation. The American Rescue Plan Act gave the rehabilitation-focused health system $2.6 million in federal funds for the installation. Gaylord Specialty Healthcare will cover the rest of the cost. The system anticipates an 18-month implementation period, which is currently getting underway.

  • Naples, Fla.-based NCH Healthcare System will spend $65 million to transition its Cerner EHR system to an Epic system.

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