Category Archives: Epic EHR

Epic EHR installation, upgrade on tap for Valley Health

Epic EHR Upgrade From Beckers Hospital Review – 8/2/2022 Winchester, Va.-based healthcare system Valley Health is spending $50 million to install their own Epic EHR system, the Northern Virginia Daily reported August 1. Valley Health has used Epic EHR through a partnership with Falls Church, Va.-based Inova Health System since 2014. Valley Health is installing its own upgraded version of… Read More »

Cleveland Clinic digital health initiative – Epic Telehealth

Cleveland Clinic digital health initiative Epic EHR From Epic At Cleveland Clinic, neurologists and neurosurgeons reach patients who are experiencing strokes even if they’re hundreds of miles away. Clinicians in a mobile stroke treatment unit use telehealth to bring remote neurologists to patients in seconds, and this approach has helped stroke patients receive potentially life-saving anti-clot medication 40 minutes… Read More »

Epic EHR – UC San Diego Epic Change Review

Improved medical record management means better care during COVID-19 pandemic Reported by UCSD Nov 2020 — November 12, 2020  |  Jackie Carr Across the nation, top universities offer comprehensive health services to more than 20 million students in the form of primary, urgent and mental health care services. Management of medical records within student health centers is often outdated and… Read More »

EHR Epic Field Hospital COVID-19

EHR Epic full article at FierceHealthCare Apr2020 – by  Heather Landi |  Apr 22, 2020 11:57am A typical hospital EHR project can take at least a year. A team at health IT giant Epic has been able to stand up technology at field hospitals in COVID hot spots in a matter of days. In all, the Wisconsin-based EHR vendor has helped to… Read More »

EHR Epic News – Epic No Longer supporting Google Cloud

From CNBC Account representatives from Epic Systems, one of the largest providers of medical record systems, have started calling customers with a clear message: We will not be pursuing further integrations with Google Cloud. Epic’s reps told customers the company would instead focus its energies on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. They said the company decided to… Read More »