Incorporating depression screening questions into clinicians’ standard workflows in Epic helps to not only identify patients, but also to start a conversation about treatments.
Project DAWN is a MetroHealth initiative to curb the crisis by providing Cleveland residents with opioid addiction education and the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.
By bringing stroke care directly to patients, Ochsner has reduced the percentage of patients who need to be transferred to stroke centers, from more than 90% to 30%.
Using the EHR, Kaiser Permanente Southern California drastically reduced the number of opioid prescriptions physicians write.
In 2015, Parkland Health in Dallas, Texas implemented a universal assessment program in Epic that has helped clinicians identify and treat suicide risk in thousands of patients.
At a recent Brigham and Women’s hackathon, a team used open.epic.com resources to show physicians’ favorite lab protocols in Epic.
The Vancouver Clinic is integrating patients’ genetic information into Epic workflows, allowing providers to personalize therapies and manage hereditary risks.
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is an integral part of healthcare in La Crosse County, Wisconsin, where 96% of residents who die have documented end-of-life wishes.
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