Why are healthcare organizations transitioning from Cerner to Epic? The top two reasons for switching for Cerner to Epic is to make a change to improve efficiencies or that they were acquired by a larger hospital and need to be on a single, integrated platform. Over the past 5 years, here are the major healthcare organizations who have made the switch from Cerner to Epic:
- Feb 2020 – Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C.
- Feb 2020 – AdventHealth in Altamonte Springs, FL
- May 2019 – Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon, N.H.
- Apr 2019 – Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center in Lafayette, LA
- Oct 2018 – Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN
- Jun 2018 – Ballad Health in Johnson City, TN
- Apr 2018 – Cape Fear Valley Health in Fayetteville, N.C.
- May 2018 – Trinity Health in Livonia, MI
- Feb 2018 – Advocate Health Care in Downers Grove, IL
- Feb 2016 – Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee, WI
- Jun 2015 – UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, MA
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