Epic Electronic Health Records OverviewUNIXBusinessApplication

Epic Electronic Health Records is the #1 ranked solution in our list of top EHR tools. It is most often compared to Allscripts Sunrise EHR: Epic Electronic Health Records vs Allscripts Sunrise EHR

What is Epic Electronic Health Records?
Epic Electronic Health Records offers the following solutions: (1) Patient Engagement that give patients the tools to be healthier with MyChart. (2) Clinicals that help improve patients' health and care with EpicCare. Specialties & Ancillaries that provide specialty care: Curated Content flexible and pre-built content for specialties lets you focus on care and Community Expertise that is made up of experts in their fields, specialty steering boards contribute content and guide development to meet real-world specialty needs. (3) Mobile (4) Care at a Distance (5) Resolute Revenue Cycle (6) Managed Care (7) Population Health (8) Community Connect (9) Interoperability (10) Healthcare Reform and Regulatory Compliance
Epic Electronic Health Records Customers
Mercy Health, MetroHealth System, Lakeland HealthCare, Cedars-Sinai Health, St. Luke's Health System, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital, Hawaii Pacific Health, Lancaster General Hospital

Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Epic Electronic Health Records pricing:
  • "It is a very expensive product."

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Sr. Programmer/Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
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An essential product for hospitals and the leader in records collection in the US and Europe

What is our primary use case?

Right now Epic is a dominant part of our EHR (Electronic Health Record) covering the whole US plus about 18 European countries. They are in a very good position to make any decision in the future as far as being a leader in the field and driving the future development of healthcare record collection. Our regional infrastructure kind of has a lot of difficulties in going to the cloud and some of that is based on the business considerations of the health records field. It is the dominant application for medium and large hospitals in the US. Our primary use case is records management in hospitals… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The number of features and modular capabilities are really an advantage of using this product."
  • "The updates may be so frequent that they are actually confusing, although they are stable."

What other advice do I have?

Epic is really pushing to be under constant development with this solution. I do not know if they have any plan to go to the cloud and right now and it is still in the client-server model. I do not work in the front line like in a clinical area, but I know about what these people need and request. I think epic is doing what they can to enhance the offering using a developer-based model and working on whatever they get from their customers or clients as suggestions to enhance the product. They develop the modules, they spend time working on different areas of the functionality, and then they…