Epic EMR is electronic medical records (EMR) software by Epic Systems Corporation. Epic Systems collaborates with healthcare organizations and research institutions to support software that improves screening for diseases, reduces medical errors, and increases the quality of patient care.
Epic EMR Pricing:
Epic EMR's pricing starts at $1,200.00 for their self-hosted solutions, according to SMBGuide research. Epic does not provide pricing for their EMR on their website. SMBGuide research further found that for large clinics and hospitals the cost of Epic EMR is around $500,000.00.
Epic EMR Review:
Pros: Competent medication administration abilities. Optimizes collaboration between interdisciplinary teams. Feature-rich. Strong technical support.
Cons: Cluttered UI. Many steps in processes.
Bottomline: Enables your practice to provide patients with quality care.
Epic EMR Key Information:
Number of Employees
1 (608) 271-9000
1979 Milky Way, Verona, WI 53593
Epic EMR FAQs:
Is there an Epic EMR free trial?
Epic makes no mention of free trials on their website.
Where can I find the Epic EMR login?
Epic does not provide login information on their website.
What are some Epic EMR alternatives?
Epic EMR Reviews:
I've worked with a couple EMRs, and Epic has been the most user-friendly of all of them. There's a tiny bit of a learning curve as you learn/add macros and smart phrases, but then it's super easy.
Epic is fine to use on the surface level, but I know firsthand it is considered awful by providers (the things they use it for are much more complicated).
Daunting at first but you’ll get the hang of it quickly. I find it easier than other EMR systems, even those like Athena that are supposed to be more user-friendly, because Epic does a better job integrating everything imo.
Epic is the new hip cool EHR. It is well-liked by doctors and staff generally. It is a collection of modules that can be used by small clinics up to huge multi-site hospital systems. So Epic isn't really one thing. It can handle admissions and billing. It can be the actual clinical application that staff enter patient information into. It can run your lab, pharmacy (both inpatient and outpatient), infusion center and so on. Pretty much everything you need a computer system in a hospital for patient care, can be handled by an Epic Module. There are a few gaps that smaller vendors will fill in, but I believe the end goal for Epic is to fill all those gaps. It can also be used in pieces if you, like another vendors, opt for a particular part of your hospital system. I have worked at a hospital that uses Epic for most outpatient needs, Cerner for most inpatients, and then various other vendors to fill in for things that neither Epic or Cerner did well enough for us—using interfaces to send patient data between the various systems. There are a lot of vendors in the EHR space. Not many try to do everything as Epic does though.