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Dome: The Case for OpenNotes Access
Studies show that both patients and providers benefit from sharing clinical examination notes. 

Dome: Epic Experts Share What Works - October 2016
A few months ago, 26 presentations were given by Johns Hopkins experts at an annual weeklong conference hosted by the Epic Systems Corporation. 

Dome: Epic Record Sharing in 2015 - September 2016
Epic improves care by making it easier for Johns Hopkins providers to share patient records with outside hospitals, clinics and emergency rooms.

Inside Hopkins: Epic Go-Live - 3 Things to Know - July 7, 2016
July 1 marked a major milestone for Epic with the last and largest go-live at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

BestPractice: Scheduling Innovation Earns Kudos from Epic - June 2016
The Epic team customized a workflow to make it possible for patients to schedule screening mammograms directly via MyChart.

Inside Hopkins: Johns Hopkins Hospital Radiology Prepares for the Epic Rollout - May 12, 2016
With less than two months until the Epic electronic medical record system rolls out for inpatients at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, nearly 10,000 employees are feverishly preparing for the go-live, including the hospital’s Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences

BestPractice: Top 10 Reasons to Celebrate the Final Epic Rollout - March 2016
John Hopkins Medicine’s vision of “one patient, one record” will soon be a reality.

Dome: Building the Scaffolding for Epic Go-Live - December 2015
Read how the collaboration of key project leads created a sturdy system that serves as the scaffolding for one successful launch after another. 

Dome: MyChart Gains Users - October 2015
More Johns Hopkins Medicine patients than ever are activating their MyChart portals to see test results and to communicate with providers.


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