8 recent EHR contracts, go-lives

Here are eight healthcare organizations that revealed plans to carry out a brand-new EHR or deployed a new system in September.

Jackie Drees –
Thursday, October 8th, 2020
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1. Harrington Hospital in Southbridge, Mass., plans to transition to an Epic EHR over the next couple of years as an outcome of being gotten by UMass Memorial Health Care.

2. Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth went survive on a brand-new Meditech EHR system.

3. Authorities in Finland partnered with Cerner to assist construct a brand-new digital platform that will integrate healthcare and social services, supplying citizens with access to integrated outpatient and inpatient care, behavioral healthcare and family services.

4. The Department of Veterans Affairs said it is restarting its $16 billion Cerner EHR go-live and will follow a revised implementation schedule this fall.

5. Walton, N.Y.-based UHS Delaware Valley Hospital set up an Epic EHR on Sept. 12.

6. The U.S. Coast Guard started releasing the Department of Defenses new Cerner EHR system at 4 medical center pilot sites in California..

7. Allentown, Pa.-based Lehigh Valley Health Networks Coordinated Health transitioned to an Epic EHR on Sept. 1 for the majority of its centers.

8. Alamosa, Colo.-based San Luis Valley Health confirmed it will release its brand-new Meditech EHR system in October.

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