Epic certifies its products early to give community members plenty of time to meet the new requirements.
This holiday season, children across the country received received dolls that look just like them: brown hair, hazel eyes… and an insulin pump.
Epic started development of interoperability in 2005, years before the HITECH Act. The first users went live in 2008. Today 100% of our customers interoperate.
Northwestern's new program aims to give students the skills and knowledge to reduce the third leading cause of death in the United States: medical errors.
University of California San Francisco recently stopped offering soda on its campus, leading to a 25% drop in employee soda consumption.
Advisory councils work on improvement projects for topics ranging from LGBTQ healthcare to ethics to cardiac care, using feedback from their patient advisors to drive change.
Trusted members of the community, trained as health coaches, visit patients at home to make sure they understand their meds and can advocate for themselves during appointments.
Hundreds of users continue to take part in deep-dive calls to digest the rule, collaborate with one another, and learn how Epic can help with QPP success.
Daniel H. Pink
Wire and paper mache sculpture by Steve Wirtz