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3 Common Mistakes in Epic Training

Hospital project teams that are tasked with implementing Epic EHR have no shortage of important steps to manage. Training is the pinnacle of these efforts. When handled well, training can set the stage for empowered users and the promised ROI for administrators. However, we unfortunately see a lot of repeat mistakes when it comes to…
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3 Ways to Optimize Epic Training

Given the breadth and depth of information required to successfully train clinical staff on an EHR, it’s important to embrace opportunities to make training as effective as possible. There are many adult learning best practices that apply to EHR training, but today we’re going to focus on a few that will provide tons of value…

EHR Go-Live Support from a Distance of Six Feet

It’s safe to say that the preferred method of Epic go-live support as at-the-elbow (ATE) assistance for clinicians is not going to be common practice right now. Nevertheless, existing Epic implementation efforts will need to continue where possible, albeit in a modified manner. Given the current strain on healthcare providers and administrators as they deal…

COVID-19 Concerns Drive Virtual Training Adoption

Together, we are facing a global health environment that we have never seen before. The COVID-19 virus is not only impacting the health and wellbeing of our patient populations, but it is disrupting the way we interact, connect, and educate ourselves. Those of us on the frontline of healthcare delivery must be prepared for all…