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Oct 13, 2022
Naomi Diaz - Thursday, October 13th, 2022 Here is how much three health systems are expected to pay for the cost of purchasing, installing and upgrading a new or current electronic health record system: Winnsboro, La.-based Franklin Medical Center will receive $41,640 to upgrade its Oracle Cerner EHR system. Hospital Administrator Blake Kramer told Franklin Medical Center's Board of Commissioners the hospital needed to upgrade its Oracle Cerner system to meet government regulatory requirements related to data collection on medical diagnoses. The health system's board agreed to the upgrades, which will cost about $31,500 to implement, and an additional $1,000 per month after that. Aspen (Colo.) Valley Hospital went live with an Epic EHR system Oct. 1. The cost to license Epic for the hospital was $6.1 million, with training, staff, new interfaces, and installing Epic-compatible systems bringing the total cost to $16 million. Gillette, Wyo.-based Campbell County Health is switching EHRs from Meditech to Epic in a move that will cost $8 million. The health system said its Epic implementation was made possible — and about half as expensive — because of its partnership with a larger organization, Aurora, Colo.-based UCHealth.
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