An overview of Epic upgrades, the structure of an upgrade project, and five critical steps that will help you upgrade as smoothly as possible.
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The stories, blog posts, and podcasts your peers found most interesting in 2016.
Creating a strategy for your upcoming Epic go-live can improve team preparedness, boost morale, and help predict problems before they happen.
Shortly after go-live, we managed to catch up with MD Anderson CIO Chris Belmont and get some of his thoughts on what made this Beacon go-live so successful.
What sets on-time and on-budget EHR projects apart? The go-lives that went by without a hitch? What are the leadership keys to success?
Ian shares some HIMSS16 takeaways on optimization, quantifying success. Then, about some of the client conversations he's had around large EHR rollouts.
Lauren Griessmeyer shares on large data sets, "the other EHRs," and some client insights related to EHR add-ons and affiliate relationships.
Phases of Care is an automation in the Epic system that allows us to manage orders a little bit more efficiently. Learn more.
Here’s a quick look at some of our most popular 2015 posts. If they’re new to you, we encourage you to give them a read, view, or listen.
Senior Nordic Consultant Kassie Remo discusses Meaningful Use, patient engagement, and pro tips for getting all you can out of Epic’s MyChart.
In this episode, we learn about who to recruit for your Epic cutover team, what to do when the unexpected happens, and how to be prepared if it does.
In this episode, we’re getting specific about the clinical data to enter into Epic as well as some additional logistics.