It’s common for providers to recommend exercise to their patients, but at organizations like Kaiser Permanente and Greenville Health System, doctors are actually prescribing it.
As part of a three-year quality initiative, Cincinnati Children's created 18 registries in Epic to manage patients with chronic conditions, such as sickle cell disease and asthma.
Heart failure patients at Mercy receive the care they need up to 3 hours quicker, an achievement that won Mercy the HIMSS Davies award.
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.
A streamlined check-in process is letting patients bypass the line—and cutting registration time by 70%.
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.
Fifty-one Epic organizations are live on MyChart Bedside, and more than 49,000 admitted patients used the application last year.
New guideline adherence improved by 57.3% when Stanford added decision support for the guidelines in Epic.
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