Could Capital Health expand on the criteria they used to select the Scheduling EMR solution from Epic and what history Epic has with high volume community practices?
Epic has a proven track record with other organizations of similar size and scale and they had the ability to deliver on Alberta-specific requirements. The Epic solution is built a robust technology platform with strong business continuity architecture (security, back ups, response times, etc.) while still providing flexibility when approaching system design so that the system could “fit” various delivery approaches (templating, filters, specialty/physician “on-off” capability, etc.). The Epic solution also offered proven full functionality for scheduling, charting, orders, results, referral communications, clinical decision support, EMPI connectivity, outbound information and patient portal integration to the EMR. Epic has been implemented in large volume practices across the US. Such clinics include Kaiser, Allina Minneapolis, Cleveland Clinic, affiliated Cleveland Clinic Foundation private practices, Chicago private practices associated with Evanston Northwestern.
- Could Capital Health expand on the criteria they used to select the Scheduling EMR solution from Epic and what history Epic has with high volume community practices?
- What is the timeline for the Capital Health/Epic Enterprise Scheduling and Ambulatory EMR system eCLINICIAN?
- What are the criteria used by Select Capital Group (SCG) to establish a viable investment for its members?