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  • Patient records instantly available across all clinics within a large multi-hospital chain.
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  • Direct external lab interface (E.g Antech and IDEXX – Trend results)
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  • Advanced and comprehensive inventory management
  • Client portal (clients can print their own rabies/neuter/spay certificates, vaccination histories)
  • Specialty practice referral management module
  • Pre-loaded standardized diagnosis, procedure codes/descriptions and drugs/supplies data
  • Voice-to-text, and handwriting to text capability for faster note taking
  • We will transfer records from any existing software such as Cornerstone and Avimark.
  • If paper-based, our system allows scanning in existing patient records into the electronic database.
  • Bill payment and collection from patients
  • Appointments and reminders
  • Interact with your clients via client portal
  • Rx labeling printing
  • Inventory management
  • Client and patient data confidentiality
  • Hosted solution, no need for expensive in-house computers and software
  • All that is needed is a web browser
  • Web-subscription based, secure access from anywhere in the world
  • Access via laptop/desktop in each patient room
  • Data is backed up in secure servers in multiple locations
  • High quality and responsive customer service
  • Multi-language support for global deployment


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8 Epic EHR implementations with the biggest price tags in 2015


8 Epic EHR implementations with the biggest price tags in 2015

Investments in EHR systems are undoubtedly costly, but some implementations appear to carry more costs than others.

Implementation costs vary system to system and hospital to hospital. Prices fluctuate based on what types of additional features and modules a hospital selects. And, according to a Politico report, some EHR vendors charge for additional service fees while others don’t. The Politico report indicates for Epic’s 2014 edition software, the Verona, Wis.-based EHR vendor charges a software licensing fee, implementation costs and annual maintenance costs while OpenVistA, developed by Carlsbad, Calif.-based Medsphere, for example, does not.

Even within the subsector of Epic implementations, costs fall across the board. For example, Duke University Health System, based in Durham, N.C. paid approximately $700 million for its Epic EHR (systemwide go-live in 2014) while Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. paid $80 million (go-live in 2011), according to a Forbes report.

John Halamka, MD, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. said in the Politico report that hospitals selecting Epic’s platform are not just buying a product — they are buying a process. BIDMC does not operate on Epic’s EHR; rather, the hospital earlier this year forged a partnership with athenahealth, which included using the Watertown, Mass.-based vendor’s product.

“Epic is selling a methodology; often a lot of manual processes or heterogeneity and standardizing the work,” Dr. Halamka told Politico. “It’s not that they’re buying expensive software, they’re buying a lot of software.”

No matter where the prices come from, the cost of Epic installations are significant. Here are eight of the most costly Epic implementations reported within the past six months. These are working numbers, with some systems having allotted the indicated amounts to implementation projects and others that have already completed installations.

Partners HealthCare: $1.2 billion
Boston-based Partners HealthCare is one of more recent implementations, going live the first week of June to the tune of $1.2 billion. This is the health system’s biggest investment to date. The implementation process took approximately three years, and in that time, the initial price tag of $600 million doubled.

LehighValleyHealth Network: $200 million
LVHN started its switch to Epic’s platform in February 2015, but the full transition will take between four and six years. Harry Lukens, CIO of the Allentown, Pa.-based system, told The Morning Call the total investment dedicated to the installation includes software, hardware, data conversion and additional personnel.

Mayo Clinic: “Hundreds of millions”
In January 2015, Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic announced it selected Epic’s EHR and revenue cycle management platforms and planned to drop its Cerner and GE Healthcare contracts to do so. The value of the contract was not disclosed by the health system or the vendor, but stock analysts told The Kansas City Star it is worth “hundreds of millions of dollars over several years.” Additionally, the headline of the Star report reads “Cerner loses Mayo Clinic contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Epic,” indicating a ballpark estimate of the new contract’s value.

LaheyHospital Medical Center: $160 million
On March 28, 2015, the Burlington, Mass.-based hospital completed its two-year implementation of Epic’s EHR system. Two months later, Lahey Health said it was laying off 130 people at three hospitals to close the budget gap. In the six months ended March 31, the health system had lost $21 million, partly due to preparatory EHR implementation costs.

Lifespan: $100 million
Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan announced plans to implement Epic’s EHR in March 2013, and the health system went live April 2015. Lifespan initially projected the implementation to cost $90 million, but in a Rhode Island Public Radio report, John Murphy, MD, executive vice president of physician services, alluded to a total closer to $100 million.

Erlanger Health System: $97 million
Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Erlanger Health System signed a contract with Epic in May 2015 nearing $100 million. The health system will invest $91 million in capital expenses, but operating expenses will bring the total to $97 million over the next 10 years. Erlanger was deciding between Epic and Cerner’s platform and ultimately chose Epic because the bid was less expensive, CFO Britt Tabor told Times Free Press .

WheatonFranciscan Healthcare: $54 million
In January 2015, Glendale, Wis.-based Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare announced plans to implement Epic across its hospitals. The system’s affiliated medical group and physician offices have been using Epic’s EHR since September 2012, but providers across the system can only view patient records and not input information. The implementation will create one central EHR platform across the system. Go-lives will begin January 2016. The system expects a return on investment after four years of using the platform.

Saint Francis Medical Center: $43 million
The hospital in Cape Girardeau, Mo. contracted with Epic in February 2015 and expects to go live in July 2016. Saint Francis plans to connect and exchange records with other hospitals in the St. Louis area also using Epic’s system, including SSM Health and Mercy Health.

Worth noting
A handful of other hospitals and health systems reported signing contracts with Epic this year but did not disclose the costs of the IT projects. Some of these organizations include Arlington Heights, Ill.-based Northwest Community Healthcare, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital-Audrain in Mexico, Mo. Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, San Diego-based Scripps Health and St. Louis-based BJC HealthCare.

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article identified Saint Francis Medical Center as being located in Dexter, Mo. We have updated the article to include the correct location, and we apologize for the error.

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“PDS is the next best thing to in-house billing without all the work! They keep you in the loop and involved with near real-time correspondence, reports, and direct communication by e-mail or phone. We couldn’t be happier with our move to PDS.”

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Practice Development Strategies (PDS) provides billing and collections, practice management, and integrated EMR/PM software solutions (Lytec, Medisoft, and Practice Partner) to physicians in solo practice, single and multi-specialty medical groups, and hospital-affiliated provider organizations nationwide.

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PDS solutions and services enable our clients to successfully respond to complex business challenges every day. Our entire team of skilled and dedicated professionals is committed to helping medical practices cope with today’s obstacles and prepare for tomorrow’s opportunities.

Integrity. Experience. Value. These attributes are proven over years, even decades, of doing business the right way. They’re also the qualities that physicians should expect from any practice management company they choose to entrust with their business. After more than a quarter-century of working exclusively with physicians and hospitals, PDS is proud that we have earned and maintained that trust from our clients.

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We are also focused on helping you engage patients by giving them an easy way to communicate with your office. The Patient Portal has health record data, appointment requests and confirmations, results messaging, health maintenance reminders, refill requests and more. Online, secure and convenient. Plus, the portal can reduce resource requirements for your staff.

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May 3, 2017 Headlines 3 Comments

KLAS publishes its 2017 report on EMR market share finding, not surprisingly, that Epic and Cerner lead, with a fairly even split of 25.8 percent and 24.6 percent respectively, followed by Meditech with 16.6 percent.

VA Secretary David Shulkin testifies before members of the House Appropriations Committee noting that the agency will make a decision on whether to implement a commercial EHR or continue with VistA by July 2017.

A Health Affairs study concludes that the increased insurance coverage brought about by ACA did not impact access to care for those that were already insured.

A Medscape survey of 132 medical oncologists and hematologists finds that most patients do not benefit from genetic testing because results rarely point to evidence-based, clinically actionable changes to a treatment plan. Despite this, 61 percent of respondents still believe the tests are useful.

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Welcome to the midocal-industrial complex. We now have the Lockheed Boeing and McDonnell Douglass of healthcare. Enormous, bureaucratic, slow, government subsidized medical industries. Innovation is dead. Watch all medical care cost skyrocket, all the while, usability, efficiency, safety, security, will continue to decrease with burden increasing.

I don t think this is a very accurate comparison, that markets are too different. The barriers to entry in aerospace and defense are huge in comparison to EHR s and software in general. A vendor that makes a great specialty product could eventually expand outward to other areas and disrupt the market. Personally, I think it will happen in the next 10-15 years given physicians distaste for EHRs, high costs, low usability and the impact they have on patient care.

I think its also an inaccurate comparison because trying to say that there s no innovation in aerospace is kind of ridiculous. Stealth, improved efficiency in Boeing s designs of late, just to name a couple. I m no expert in aerospace, but the mere fact that these massive companies are heavily dependent on the government doesn t mean there s been no innovation, just that the innovation has had a really steep price attached to it.

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Aprima vs Practice Fusion – EHR Software Comparison #ehr, #emr, #ehr


Both Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion serve private practices .

Having received meaningful use attestations from professionals in a variety of medical specialties, Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion can be considered generalized EHR software and both are well suited to any type of medical practice .

Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion both give you the option to either install the software on your servers or access it online. Both products either have a mobile application, or are optimized for use on a mobile device or tablet .

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  • E-Prescribing
  • Electronic Remittance Advice
  • Insurance Verification
  • Lab Orders and Results
  • Patient Portal
  • Claim Scrubber
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Online Booking
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OntarioMD Bulletin about Ransomware
On September 29, 2016, OntarioMD issued a Ransomware bulletin to physicians in the EMR Adoption Program. We are sharing it here to ensure that all ABELMed users are aware that health care professionals and organizations are being targeted by cybercriminals. Ransomeware Bulletin

August 2016 ABEL Celebrates 39th Anniversary!
The delivery of healthcare in Ontario has undergone amazing changes over the four decades of our history. To support thousands of ABELMed users in caring for their patients, we’ve tackled and achieved numerous milestones. Today, the technology and service needs of healthcare professionals continue to evolve and, as always, we’re committed to exceeding their expectations every step of the way.

Healthcare offices are being targeted by cyber criminals. Ransomware and other malware attacks are putting valuable patient and practice data at risk! This article provides tips on how to protect your practice: Ransomware is Creepy!

ABELMed Inc. is pleased to announce our recent re-certification for ISO 13485:2003. This achievement demonstrates our ongoing dedication to providing high quality products and services that meet or exceed customer needs and industry regulatory requirements.

ABELMed’s integrated Kiosk streamlines front desk workflow. Patients can sign themselves in on a touchscreen and your team will immediately be informed of their arrival through your ABELMed Scheduler and Patient Manager. And, there are more time-saving features when patients are validated by a Health Card swipe!

ABEL Referral Partner, Regatronics Inc. promotes ABELDent and ABELMed software and associated services to the healthcare market. Announcement

ABELMed Inc. continues to meet ISO 13485:2003 Certification standards. Press Release

ABELMed users can now access and download hospital reports directly into their EMR through Hospital Report Manager (now called Health Report Manager). Read More

ABELMed offers handwriting to text conversion. Doctors who want an EMR but hate to type have a new option. Read More

Announcing New Welch Allyn Connectivity. Users are going to appreciate how easily ABELMed v12.8 (and above) can now import vital sign measurements directly from their Welch Allyn medical devices. With speed and accuracy, data including Systolic/Diastolic BP, Pulse Rate, Temperature, Height and Weight becomes an integral part of your patient’s record with just one click. Press Release

Physicians Can Now Accomplish Charting Faster with ABELMed EMR and Handwriting Recognition. Press Release

As a leading provider of Clinical and Practice Management software solutions and services in Canada, we are pleased to announce the launch of ABEL-in-a-Box our Electronic Medical Record solution for fast deployment to physicians and clinics.
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Congratulations to Dr. Henri Dussault, ABEL’s Customer Satisfaction Survey prize winner. Dr. Dussault was randomly selected from the list of survey participants and has won a Microsoft Surface Slate with Windows RT! We thank all customers who took part in the survey – your feedback is extremely important to us.

ABELMed EHR-EMR/PM v12 Achieves Canada Health Infoway Certification. Press Release


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Implementing an EMR System: One Clinic s Experience – Family Practice


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Implementing an EMR system in a clinical practice is a daunting task. It requires good planning, strong physician leadership and supportive staff. The most immediate benefits of our EMR system have been accurate medication lists, legible notes and prescriptions, immediately available charts, decreased chart pulls and lower transcription costs. We are still just beginning to scratch the surface of what s possible, but we would never go back to paper again.

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Participation grants you access to the benefits below and provides your organisation with the tools to move ahead.

EMRAM℠ Score

The HIMSS Analytics Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM)℠ was created to track healthcare organisations’ progress towards achieving a paperless patient record environment. Hospitals and ambulatory care facilities are scored based on their level of EMR adoption from Stage 0 through Stage 7.

Gap Analysis

Understand what the gaps in your EMR adoption plan mean and use the analysis as a roadmap for future investments. Use it as an authoritative foundation on which to build a case for investment in IT, to present to hospital management, nursing staff and doctors.


Objectively compare your organisation’s operations to peers and best practice hospitals based on EMRAM℠ Score, capital availability, clinical IT availability level and clinical IT support level.

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Participants receive their EMRAM Score as well as a report indicating current gaps towards higher EMRAM Stages and metrics for benchmarking.

Work with us and gain:

  • Insights into your current level of EMR Adoption
  • Decision Support for your IT strategy
  • Benchmark Opportunities
  • Healthcare IT market recognition for EMRAM Stage 6 7 organisations

Insights into your current level of EMR Adoption

Get an unbiased view and chart your progression and accomplishments. The EMRAM can be perceived as an international standard to measure EMR Adoption and is used by over 9,000 hospitals across the globe.

Decision Support for your IT Strategy

Use the results of the EMRAM assessment to identify key opportunities for improvement, to drive your IT strategy and alignment with the overall business strategy of your organization.

Benchmark Opportunities

Compare your EMR progress over time and with peers from your region, your country or across the globe, based on a standardized and vendor neutral-assessment.

Healthcare market recognition for EMRAM Stage 6 7 organisations

Announcement of your accomplishment at a major HIMSS event, promotion of your organisation’s case study, use of the EMRAM Stage 6 7 logo on your website.


  • — Get your EMRAM/O-EMRAM score
  • — Get a Full Assessment
  • — Schedule a Strategy Session
  • — Get Validation

Standard EMRAM Assessment – Acute Care

Take part in the Acute Care EMRAM Survey to get your initial Score and understand relevant gaps in your current EMR environment based on the EMRAM Gap Report.

EMRAM Plus Assessment – Acute Care

Further contextualise your retrieved Acute Care EMRAM Score and assess your EMRAM Stage 6 or 7 readiness in more detail. This online assessment is particularly useful when you are responsible for multiple hospitals, e.g. a regional health authority, a private hospital group, that you want to push towards EMRAM Stages 6 and 7.

Standard EMRAM Assessment – Outpatient Care

The Outpatient Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (O-EMRAM) assesses EMR adoption keeping the unique needs of outpatient facilities in mind. Each participant obtains his individual Outpatient EMRAM Score and a gap analysis of his clinical system’s capabilities as a roadmap for future investments for achieving higher levels of access, quality, efficiency and safety.

EMRAM Strategy Session

Move forward strategically with an onsite strategy session that will guide your team to a successful EMR implementation moving you through the EMRAM stages with a focus on Stages 6 and 7. Benefit from a detailed roadmap to close the gaps in your clinical IT environment.

EMRAM Stage 6/7 Validation

Review and confirm your organisation’s progress with onsite validation from our team of industry experts. Successful hospitals will be publicly recognised as leaders and eligible to enjoy the benefits of official EMRAM Stage 6 / Club members. Your accomplishment will be announced at a major HIMSS event and you can use the EMRAM Stage 6 7 logos on your website.

Best Practice Hospital Excursion

Visit selected hospitals known for outstanding achievements (Stage 6 /7) with delegates.

Learn about successful implementation models, alternative service delivery models and get insights led by a study leader with years of industry experience. Valuable connections are made with key contacts in the international acute hospital environment. Delegates network with each other and brainstorm opportunities.

Customised Benchmarks

Benchmark your organisation based on EMRAM, dive deeper into specific areas of your interest and select peers from your region, your country or around the world. We will create appropriate benchmarks for you.

gressive capabilities healthcare organisations need to possess in order to seamlessly coordinate patient care across a continuum of care sites and providers.


“EMRAM shows the way to define the investments in health IT. It is a key point on the definition of the roadmap, assuring we are building our systems form the basement to the upper floors.”

Vincent Moncho Mas
Director d’Organització i Tecnologies de la Informació
Hospital de Dénia

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IRCCS Istituto Clinico Humanitas

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