EHR Intelligence February 26, 2024
Hannah Nelson

The Epic EHR implementation is set to advance interoperability across the health system, allowing providers to access patient data more easily for care coordination.

Tidelands Health, an affiliate of The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Health, is replacing multiple health IT systems with an Epic EHR to enhance health data interoperability.

The $40 health IT million investment is set to improve care coordination across the health system’s four hospitals and over 60 outpatient locations. As a MUSC Health affiliate, the Tidelands Health EHR will also integrate with the MUSC Health Epic system, allowing patients and providers to see a complete view of patient care across both organizations.

“The implementation of Epic is a turning point for our patients, providers,...

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