Are You Ready For Your Next Epic Upgrade?
Upgrades are a common process that all Epic customers spend countless hours and significant amounts of energy to implement. Each upgrade is different, and each come with their challenges.
4 Keys to Successful Go-Live Training
A successful training program is the result of many months of planning and communicating organizational expectations. There is always a myriad of logistical elements that go into the planning process as this will likely be one of the most significant training initiatives the organization has undertaken.
With Rhyme and Reason, Epic Launches Sonnet into the Market
The long-anticipated launch of Epic’s new scaled-down EHR, known as Sonnet, took place in March at HIMSS18 with tremendous excitement. Is the Community Hospital market ready to be successful with it?
Five Provider Wins from Installing Cupid
Epic’s Cupid module was designed specifically for Cardiology, but it has proved difficult to implement. There are ways to achieve success.
Developing a Super User Program that Works
A Super User Program that extends beyond go-live is one of the key factors in the success of your Epic implementation.
4 Questions with Terri Couts, VP of Clinical Systems and Epic Program, The Guthrie Clinic
Optimum Healthcare IT’s “4 Questions with…” executive interview series, where we interview top thought leaders in the Healthcare IT space.
3 Considerations when Planning Epic Upgrades
Upgrading to new Epic versions is vital to organizational success. Getting your Epic Upgrade right starts with preparation. Read on about three things you need in place, before you even start.
Developing a Sense of Urgency in Healthcare
Healthcare leaders may compromise their ability to make decisions and need to focus on developing a sense of urgency in healthcare.
What Zombies can Teach you about Success in MACRA
Search your organization for those that know or have an interest in MACRA. Expand your team. Focus on what is important to track and report. And like a Zombie, keep going and don’t stop!
It Takes Two to Tango!
For a successful Epic Community Connect Program, both the extending health system and the receiving hospital/practice must have skin in the game and work together to make the dance a successful one.
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