Howard County General Hospital
Among the first Johns Hopkins community hospitals to implement Epic, Howard County General Hospital (HCGH) has a strong foundation on which to implement this electronic medical record system. All provider orders and documentation, as well as nursing information, is already entered into an electronic medical record. Now, the HCGH Epic team is working diligently to transition to this revolutionary system.
HCGH "Go Live"- June 1, 2013
For additional information, please contact your manager or any of the following liaisons to the Epic project:
- John Brinkley - Lead Business Owner
- Eric Aldrich, M.D. - Physician Champion
- Ramya Gopinath, M.D. - Health Information Management Chair
Sibley Memorial Hospital
As we journey through the Epic process together, we hope that you take full advantage of the JHM Epic Web site, as well as the information contained on our member organization-specific pages. As with everything we do at Sibley, this is a team approach, with members of many clinical and non-clinical departments collaborating with members of the Epic Project Team. Our goal is to transform care at Sibley and create one unified patient record system for the entire Johns Hopkins Medicine enterprise.
Sibley "Go Live"- June 1, 2013
For additional information, please contact your manager or any of the following Sibley liaisons to the Epic project:
- Carol Bowser - Project Manager
- Hasan Zia, M.D. - Physician Champion
- Eddi Staffini - Primary Technical Contact
A great opportunity exists at Suburban Hospital, to build upon previous implementations, as it will be the last of Johns Hopkins community hospitals to implement Epic. As the designated trauma center for Montgomery County, with admissions totaling more than 14,000 annually, Epic will hep Suburban Hospital create a more reliable patient tracking system.
Suburban "Go Live" - April 2016