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 Dome: Do You Have an Epic Question? – May/June 2013

 Learn answers to frequently asked questions, including “Can I use Epic on my iPad or iPhone?” and “How is data entered into Epic for new/non-Johns Hopkins patients?


Inside Hopkins: The Age of Epic – April 11, 2013

Less than two years ago, Johns Hopkins Medicine signed on to Epic and leapt into the future of health care. On April 4, the first wave of outpatient practices migrated to the new electronic medical record system, which will integrate ambulatory and inpatient records, improve the quality of care and meet the demands of health care reform.


Inside Hopkins: First-Day Impressions – April 11, 2013
As wave one went live, Inside Hopkins chatted with several employees about how things went in the initial days of the switchover. Read their comments and share your own experiences.


Inside Hopkins: Byte by Byte, Epic Has Arrived! – April 11, 2013

What does it take to adopt one electronic medical record system across Johns Hopkins Medicine? As Epic goes live in ambulatory settings throughout August, the statistics reveal a project of breathtaking scale.


Dome: A Strong Support System – April 2013

As more than 600 ambulatory care settings across Johns Hopkins Medicine convert to Epic this year, a battalion of Epic super-users is available to answer questions about Epic, tackle problems and serve as a liaison between employees and project leaders.


Inside Hopkins: "Super Users to the Rescue" – March 28, 2013

As more than 600 ambulatory care settings across Johns Hopkins Medicine convert to Epic this year, a battalion of Epic super-users is available to answer questions, tackle problems and serve as a liaison between employees and project leaders.

 

 

 

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"Mining Electronic Records for Revealing Health Data"

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Epic Implementation Kickoff
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