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Best Practice: OpenNotes Now Available Across Johns Hopkins Medicine - April 2018
Clinicians report positive experiences sharing clinical notes with their patients.

Healthcare IT News: Epic EHR now live at Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare in Saudi Arabia - February 2018
Hospital CEO said it is the first in Saudi Arabia to go live with Epic.

New York Times: Apple, in Sign of Health Ambitions, Adds Medical Records Feature for iPhone - January 2018
A dozen medical institutions across the United States, including Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, have agreed to participate a new feature that allows users to automatically download and see parts of their medical records on their iPhones.

Insight: Patients Can Now Schedule Video Visits in MyChart - January 2018
Johns Hopkins telemedicine programs have connected patients to physicians more than 6,000 times. 

Dome: Epic Resources Get Updated - June 2017

Ongoing efforts to update the resources that are available include rolling out new tip sheets to help make time in front of a computer more logical and efficient.

Dome: The Case for OpenNotes Access - October 2016
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. 


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