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Organizations in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States are transitioning more than 123,000 doctors, nurses, and support staff to Epic between September and the end of the year.
"We knew that late fall might bring a resurgence of COVID-19 in New York, on top of flu season, so we moved up our plans to bring the software live at three hospitals in the NewYork-Presbyterian system and at Weill Cornell Medicine. We trained 16,000 users virtually, connected to Epic's command center in Wisconsin, and had regular video check-ins with key user groups," said Daniel Barchi, group senior vice president and chief information officer of NewYork-Presbyterian, a member of the New York Consortium, which includes Weill Cornell Medicine and ColumbiaDoctors. "With a very successful go-live behind us, our clinicians are in the best position to respond to whatever challenges this winter brings."
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