Epic signs new dental customer for its EHR

Epic signs new dental customer for its EHR

Epic has a new customer for its comprehensive health records system: Irvine, California-based Pacific Dental Services, which provides business and administrative services for dental offices. WHY IT MATTERSIt’s the first dental support organization to sign on with Epic. The implementation means that all healthcare organizations, including dentists and oral specialists supported by PDS, can use […]

Epic, Cerner and others moving into expanding global EHR market, says KLAS

Epic, Cerner and others moving into expanding global EHR market, says KLAS

The global market for electronic health records is as diverse and far-flung as the countries and cultures served by the technology. Different regions are at different levels in their IT maturity, have different historical preferences for certain vendors, and have different healthcare imperatives they’re trying to solve. The new Global EMR Performance 2018 report from […]

NYC H+H Epic EHR

Timeline of NYC Health + Hospitals’ $1 billion Epic EHR rollout

As is the case with many EHR implementations, the road to roll out has not been an easy one for New York City Health + Hospitals, the largest public health system in the country. Which is not entirely surprising given the project’s scope: NYC H+H is undergoing one of the largest Epic implementations in the […]

Cerner gives new updates on DoD and VA EHR rollouts

Cerner gives new updates on DoD and VA EHR rollouts

In an earnings call to discuss its Q3 results this past week, officials from Cerner offered new information about the ongoing electronic health record modernizations it’s rolling out at the U.S. Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Both are proceding at different paces, they said, but valuable lessons are being learned along the way at […]

EHR optimization gets 53% increase in cash collections at Rangely

EHR optimization leads to 53% increase in cash collections at Rangely Hospital

Rangely District Hospital in Rangely, Colorado, was struggling to show progress toward quality measures with limited reporting tools. It was at risk of missing out on revenue from Medicaid and Medicare. THE PROBLEM The hospital was losing valuable physician and staff time making up for missing functionality. It had inefficient and time-consuming processes for securing […]