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Healthcare IT News | May 03, 2018
It's a big week for Epic implementations in the Upper Midwest. The world-class Mayo Clinic is ready to go live with its newly-minted system on May 5, after more than three years of work. And today comes news that sprawling Trinity Health, based in Livonia, Michigan, has selected Epic to build out its own enterprise-wide electronic health record and revenue cycle management system. It's a process the Catholic health system expects will take four years to implement across its 94 hospitals ...
FierceHealthcare | December 12, 2018
Richard Gilfillan, the CEO of Livonia, Michigan-based Trinity Health, will step down from his role in June. Officials announced that Gilfillan, M.D., notified Trinity's board of directors in September of his plans, citing his desire to spend more time with family after years of commuting from Washington, D.C. The board began implementing a succession plan and unanimously elected President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Slubowski to become the next CEO as of July 1. "The Board&rsquo...
FierceHealthcare | February 07, 2019
Catholic health giant Trinity Health is making some big changes to centralize its billing processes. The Livonia, Michigan-based health system announced it is making immediate long term change to its patient billing processes by replacing its current EHR and revenue cycle applications with a single common platform and its related applications. It is also creating centralized patient billing service centers — in Kentwood, Michigan, in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and in Columbus, Ohio—...
Trinity Health | February 08, 2019
Trinity Health said on Thursday that its massive conversion to Epic’s EHR platform will cause 1,650 Trinity Health employees to be relocated or their positions outsourced in the coming years. Among those are approximately 450 IT employees, Trinity said, and they will be offered employment with Trinity partner Leidos. Trinity CIO Marcus Shipley said the shift to a single EHR platform will mean changes for the employees who have thus far worked to support the system’s legacy apps and i...
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