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.
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.
Planning for an EHR Implementation? Don’t Overlook Communication
While not explicitly responsible for building or activating the EHR system that will revolutionize your organization, it’s important to have a person or team dedicated to communicating with your end users – at all stages of the system’s life cycle.
Health Maintenance with Epic Healthy Planet
In Epic, the Health Maintenance build is one of the backbones of the Healthy Planet functionality, and as much as you would like to abandon Health Maintenance, the answer is no, you cannot. A Healthy Planet go-live or refresh presents an excellent opportunity to identify and fix gaps in Health Maintenance build, giving providers another tool to improve patient care and outcomes.
Does your Community Connect Team Have a Leader?
Are you preparing to implement your first Epic Community Connect (CC) Practice? Do you have enough resources? Do you have the right Community Connect resources? We all typically focus on certified build and design analysts, but do you have a qualified resource in place to handle the project?
Getting Started with Epic Community Connect
Epic Community Connect can provide a small independent physician’s office better visibility into a patient’s care, but can also present numerous questions while looking to use an Electronic Health Record (EHR), such as Epic.
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