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Stanford Cuts Patient Registration Time 70% with Barcode Check-Ins

A streamlined check-in process is letting patients bypass the line—and cutting registration time by 70%.

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UCLA Health Uses Epic to Reduce Blood Transfusions by 18%

Using decision support tools and barcode scanning in Epic, physicians at UCLA Health can make sure they order blood transfusions only when patients really need them.

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Jacobs Medical Center Improves Patient Engagement with
MyChart Bedside

Fifty-one Epic organizations are live on MyChart Bedside, and more than 49,000 admitted patients used the application last year.

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Tracking Alzheimer’s Data for Research and Risk Management

Over the past few decades, researchers have identified many common risk factors that can double or halve a person’s chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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Making it Easy to Follow Clinical Guidelines

New guideline adherence improved by 57.3% when Stanford added decision support for the guidelines in Epic.

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Wellness Coaching Helps Kaiser Patients Meet Their Goals

A wellness coaching program at Kaiser Permanente is helping patients stick to their healthy lifestyle changes and lose more weight than patients who don’t participate.

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UCHealth Shares Provider Notes with Patients Enterprise-Wide

UCHealth shares notes from almost all departments—including inpatient units—with patients, making UCHealth the most comprehensive OpenNotes adopter to date.

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Davies Award Deep Dives: Mercy Reduces Mortality Rates for 40 Conditions
by 30% or More

St. Louis-based Mercy was one of four organizations recognized as a HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award winner for 2016.

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