The Defense Department's MHS Genesis EHR installation is "virtually complete" at military hospitals and clinics, GovCIO reported Nov. 21.
U.S. physicians get three times as many EHR messages as their counterparts in other countries but could cut back on them by not copying their colleagues on communications, the American Medical Association reported.
The Department of Veterans Affairs CIO Kurt DelBene said in a hearing that the agency still thinks "there's a way to go" with the Oracle installation process, FedScoop reported Nov. 15.
Broward Health, based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is spending $250 million to transition to an Epic EHR system.
Epic has helped pave the way for a tech boom in the Madison, Wis., area and change the community's perception as a "boomerang city," the Badger Herald reported.
Victoria, Texas-based Citizens Medical Center is installing Meditech Expanse as its EHR.
Boston Children's Hospital said it plans to switch to Epic for its EHR in 2024.
San Diego-based Scripps Health said it saw a 50 percent increase in patient messages since the onset of COVID-19, San Diego Business Journal reported Sept. 20.
EHR vendor Meditech is adding ambient listening and generative artificial intelligence to its EHR software.