Category Archives: Epic EHR

Cerner and Epic Dominate EHR Market

New KLAS Numbers Show Epic Leading EHR full Reference article on Becker May 2020 Epic and Cerner maintained the largest shares of the EHR market for acute care hospitals in 2019. However, Cerner experienced a net decrease in market share for the first time since 2010, according to a recent KLAS Research report. For its “U.S. Hospital EMR Market… Read More »

EHR Epic Field Hospital Mobilization COVID-19

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 bring online… Read More »

Another Cerner Hospital Decides to Switch to Epic

Hospitals Switching To Epic From Becker Hospital Review Feb 2020 — Seems to be a contagion going around as far as Cerner EHR implementations go.  We saw week before AdventHealth switching horses and this last week we see Atrium Health deciding to “transition” to Epic EHR. Epic and Cerner dominate the EHR marketplace, with both companies combined accounting… Read More »

Cerner Replaced with Epic in the past 5 years

Epic EHR Replaced Cerner From Beckers Hospital Review Feb 2020 Epic and Cerner dominate the EHR marketplace, with both companies combined accounting for more than 50 percent of the acute care hospital market share, according to KLAS. In 2018, Epic had 28 percent of the market while Cerner had 26 percent. It appears though that Epic has increased… 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 »