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Coast Guard EHR vendor problems
By Tom Sullivan 03:37 pm April 26, 2017
Here’s a look at what went wrong, and what the Coast Guard seeks in its next electronic health record.
Coast Guard EHR
By Tom Sullivan 03:27 pm April 25, 2017
The software rollout went so wrong that the agency had to first revert to paper records and then start from scratch to find a new EHR vendor.
Tell us: Which commercial EHR should the VA pick to replace VistA?
By Tom Sullivan 08:43 am April 20, 2017
The decision is due by July, but many questions are cropping up about which path is actually best in the long-run.  
Epic Nuance AI EHR

Epic President Carl Dvorak 

By Mike Miliard 11:07 am March 22, 2017
The tools analyze relevant patient notes using deep learning and natural language processing technologies.
Allscripts Cerner Epic

Allscripts CEO Paul Black (left), Epic CEO Judy Faulkner (center) and Cerner President Zane Burke

By Tom Sullivan 09:03 am March 09, 2017
Judy Faulkner, Zane Burke and Paul Black said during HIMSS17 interviews that they're offering APIs to foster innovation.
Epic Judy Faulkner EHR
By Bernie Monegain 12:29 pm February 21, 2017
The new versions will provide pathways for providers who don’t need the full version of Epic.
Epic Judy Faulkner reporters
By Bernie Monegain 06:33 am October 17, 2016
The EHR market has become a media battleground, she said, rather than vendors competing on quality of products and services. So she, and the PR machine Epic is assembling, are girding for the fight. 
coast guard EHR
By Jessica Davis 04:05 pm April 22, 2016
Officials uncovered 'significant risks' and irregularities during rollout, raising concerns about a viable final product, a spokesperson says.
Massachusetts General Hospital
By Jessica Davis 11:02 am January 11, 2016
Partners HealthCare announced on Monday that it has contracted with QPID Health, whose analytics tools will be integrated with Partners’ Epic-based eCare EHR and other legacy systems to help clinicians make more informed care decisions.
By Mike Miliard 07:48 pm January 06, 2016
The move comes almost a year after Mayo first announced it would replace its existing electronic health record system with one from Epic.

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