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Timeline of Hospitals and Health Systems Replacing Cerner with Epic

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:

  1. Feb 2020 – Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C.
  2. Feb 2020 – AdventHealth in Altamonte Springs, FL
  3. May 2019 – Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon, N.H.
  4. Apr 2019 – Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center in Lafayette, LA
  5. Oct 2018 – Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN
  6. Jun 2018 – Ballad Health in Johnson City, TN
  7. Apr 2018 – Cape Fear Valley Health in Fayetteville, N.C.
  8. May 2018 – Trinity Health in Livonia, MI
  9. Feb 2018 – Advocate Health Care in Downers Grove, IL
  10. Feb 2016 – Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee, WI
  11. Jun 2015 – UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, MA

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This article was created by Stephanie Sok, Business Researcher, Global Healthcare IT, Inc. with assistance from the following base line articles: For more on each please click on the link.

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