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2015/2016 Best in KLAS Winners: Software and Services

KLAS publishes its annual list of Best in KLAS winners. Epic takes the Acute Care EMR category. Cerner wins Acute Care EMR for community hospitals, while MEDITECH wins the community HIS category.

No patient records involved in possible NCH computer breach

NCH Healthcare System (FL) notifies its employees that two servers being hosted at Cerner’s Kansas City data center have been breached, exposing employee and medical staff credentialing information.

CPSI Announces Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2015 Results and 2016 Guidance

CPSI announces Q4 and year-end results:revenue of  $44 million for the quarter, down 4.5 percent from last year, EPS $0.30 vs. $0.60, missing estimates on both.

MidMichigan Health investing $55M for electronic medical record system

MidMichigan Health selects Epic to replace its existing Cerner and Allscripts EHRs, for a total project cost of $55 million that the health system expects will pay for itself within six years.

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  1. Tip to MidMichigan, Changing from Cerner to Epic will not “pay” for itself in 6 years. LOL. I am willing to bet you on that. Its a nice PR statement to send out though. Cute but not realistic. There is no way to save money changing from Cerner/Allscripts to Epic or vice versa. Please send out a release in a year to tell us how you saved 9 million next year and each year after to total about 55 million. Curious to see that article…LOL







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