Achieving a single enterprise system at Johns Hopkins
The implementation of Epic at Johns Hopkins and the establishment of a true enterprise system will take several years. We anticipate achievement of a single, unified EMR across our ambulatory and inpatient care settings by 2015. The rollout is scheduled as follows:
As of April 2013, Epic applications are now being implemented in over 600 separate clinics and Ambulatory care settings. Learn more about the Ambulatory First rollout.
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
Epic will be implemented – for ambulatory as well as inpatient applications - at Howard County General Hospital and Sibley Memorial Hospital in June 2013 and Suburban in April 2016. Click on links related to the rollout at Howard County General Hospital, Sibley, and Suburban. Find more on the Community Division rollout.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
An important step in the establishment of a single enterprise system will be the implementation of Epic inpatient and ancillary applications at our Johns Hopkins Hospital in October 2015. Find more on the Johns Hopkins Hospital rollout.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center went live with ambulatory as part of the first rollout phase. Scheduling and registration will go live with the inpatient implementation in April 2015. Find more on the Epic rollout at Johns Hopkins Bayview.