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12/17/2013
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Partners HealthCare CIO: Inside Our Clinical Transformation

CIO James Noga says the largest healthcare system in Massachusetts is proud of its technological leadership, but still needs to do better.

James Noga
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cbabcock
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12/17/2013 | 1:48:58 PM
Avoid the Big Bank, which may be your system blowing up
Going step by step to implement the Epic system and isolating problems as you go is definitely the right approach. No one in their right mind would take a Big Bang approach and roll it out all at once.
David F. Carr
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12/17/2013 | 11:52:04 AM
Epic advice
If your hospital uses Epic, what's your advice for Partners about how to get the most out of it and achieve that goal of "clinical transformation" Noga talks about.
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