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8 Epic EHR implementations with the biggest price tags in 2015

Investments in EHR systems are undoubtedly costly, but some implementations appear to carry more costs than others.

Implementation costs vary system to system and hospital to hospital. Prices fluctuate based on what types of additional features and modules a hospital selects. And, according to a Politico report, some EHR vendors charge for additional service fees while others don’t. The Politico report indicates for Epic’s 2014 edition software, the Verona, Wis.-based EHR vendor charges a software licensing fee, implementation costs and annual maintenance costs while OpenVistA, developed by Carlsbad, Calif.-based Medsphere, for example, does not.

Even within the subsector of Epic implementations, costs fall across the board. For example, Duke University Health System, based in Durham, N.C. paid approximately $700 million for its Epic EHR (systemwide go-live in 2014) while Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. paid $80 million (go-live in 2011), according to a Forbes report.

John Halamka, MD, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. said in the Politico report that hospitals selecting Epic’s platform are not just buying a product — they are buying a process. BIDMC does not operate on Epic’s EHR; rather, the hospital earlier this year forged a partnership with athenahealth, which included using the Watertown, Mass.-based vendor’s product.

“Epic is selling a methodology; often a lot of manual processes or heterogeneity and standardizing the work,” Dr. Halamka told Politico. “It’s not that they’re buying expensive software, they’re buying a lot of software.”

No matter where the prices come from, the cost of Epic installations are significant. Here are eight of the most costly Epic implementations reported within the past six months. These are working numbers, with some systems having allotted the indicated amounts to implementation projects and others that have already completed installations.

Partners HealthCare: $1.2 billion
Boston-based Partners HealthCare is one of more recent implementations, going live the first week of June to the tune of $1.2 billion. This is the health system’s biggest investment to date. The implementation process took approximately three years, and in that time, the initial price tag of $600 million doubled.

LehighValleyHealth Network: $200 million
LVHN started its switch to Epic’s platform in February 2015, but the full transition will take between four and six years. Harry Lukens, CIO of the Allentown, Pa.-based system, told The Morning Call the total investment dedicated to the installation includes software, hardware, data conversion and additional personnel.

Mayo Clinic: “Hundreds of millions”
In January 2015, Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic announced it selected Epic’s EHR and revenue cycle management platforms and planned to drop its Cerner and GE Healthcare contracts to do so. The value of the contract was not disclosed by the health system or the vendor, but stock analysts told The Kansas City Star it is worth “hundreds of millions of dollars over several years.” Additionally, the headline of the Star report reads “Cerner loses Mayo Clinic contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Epic,” indicating a ballpark estimate of the new contract’s value.

LaheyHospital Medical Center: $160 million
On March 28, 2015, the Burlington, Mass.-based hospital completed its two-year implementation of Epic’s EHR system. Two months later, Lahey Health said it was laying off 130 people at three hospitals to close the budget gap. In the six months ended March 31, the health system had lost $21 million, partly due to preparatory EHR implementation costs.

Lifespan: $100 million
Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan announced plans to implement Epic’s EHR in March 2013, and the health system went live April 2015. Lifespan initially projected the implementation to cost $90 million, but in a Rhode Island Public Radio report, John Murphy, MD, executive vice president of physician services, alluded to a total closer to $100 million.

Erlanger Health System: $97 million
Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Erlanger Health System signed a contract with Epic in May 2015 nearing $100 million. The health system will invest $91 million in capital expenses, but operating expenses will bring the total to $97 million over the next 10 years. Erlanger was deciding between Epic and Cerner’s platform and ultimately chose Epic because the bid was less expensive, CFO Britt Tabor told Times Free Press .

WheatonFranciscan Healthcare: $54 million
In January 2015, Glendale, Wis.-based Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare announced plans to implement Epic across its hospitals. The system’s affiliated medical group and physician offices have been using Epic’s EHR since September 2012, but providers across the system can only view patient records and not input information. The implementation will create one central EHR platform across the system. Go-lives will begin January 2016. The system expects a return on investment after four years of using the platform.

Saint Francis Medical Center: $43 million
The hospital in Cape Girardeau, Mo. contracted with Epic in February 2015 and expects to go live in July 2016. Saint Francis plans to connect and exchange records with other hospitals in the St. Louis area also using Epic’s system, including SSM Health and Mercy Health.

Worth noting
A handful of other hospitals and health systems reported signing contracts with Epic this year but did not disclose the costs of the IT projects. Some of these organizations include Arlington Heights, Ill.-based Northwest Community Healthcare, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital-Audrain in Mexico, Mo. Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, San Diego-based Scripps Health and St. Louis-based BJC HealthCare.

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article identified Saint Francis Medical Center as being located in Dexter, Mo. We have updated the article to include the correct location, and we apologize for the error.

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2017 Nissan Sentra vs. 2017 Toyota Corolla Review

Comparison Review

Comfort
Passengers in the back seat will be able to stretch out a lot more in the Toyota Corolla than the Nissan Sentra, due to its greater head- and legroom. Offering just a little more front head- and legroom than the Toyota Corolla, the Nissan Sentra may be a little roomier and more comfortable for the driver and front seat passengers.

Convenience
You’ll be making about the same number of stops at the gas station with the Nissan Sentra as you will with the Toyota Corolla, as they get the same number of miles per tank of gas.

Cost
There are a lot of factors to consider when calculating the overall cost of a vehicle. The main consideration is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). When looking only at MSRP, the Nissan Sentra will have less of an impact on your bank account than the Toyota Corolla. Another consideration is the Destination Charge, which is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle to the dealer from where it’s built. The Nissan Sentra and the Toyota Corolla have similar Destination Charges.

Dimensions
The Nissan Sentra is about the same width as the Toyota Corolla. When looking at overall length, the Nissan Sentra takes up about the same amount of space in your garage as the Toyota Corolla.

Drivetrain
With similar torque, the Nissan Sentra and the Toyota Corolla do an equal job of transmitting their engine’s power to their wheels.

Handling
The Nissan Sentra has a smaller turning radius than the Toyota Corolla, allowing you to more easily maneuver in and out of tight spots.

Performance
The Nissan Sentra has less horsepower than the Toyota Corolla, so it will probably be somewhat slower.

Utility
In terms of seating you’ll be able to fit the same number of people in both the Nissan Sentra and the Toyota Corolla. The Nissan Sentra has a roomier cargo area for holding your bags or other items than the Toyota Corolla.

Warranty
The Nissan Sentra comes with essentially the same basic warranty as the Toyota Corolla.

Compare the 2017 Nissan Sentra and the 2017 Toyota Corolla.

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Safety and Fraud Awareness

At AutoTrader.com, we want to do everything we can to help you sell your car quickly and easily. A big part of that objective is preventing fraud and looking out for your safety as you move through the process.

To that end, we’ve compiled some general guidelines that can help you prepare and safeguard your interests when advertising and selling a car.

Tips for Personal Safety

  • Get information about the prospective buyer. including full name, street address, phone number, driver’s license number and insurance information. When you initially communicate with the potential buyer. mention that you’ll need these documents before the test drive.
  • Scout out a logical route for the test drive in advance. Choose streets that don’t have a lot of traffic, but don’t venture into secluded areas .
  • It’s best to meet in a public place. like the parking lot of a shopping center. And keep your cell phone with you.
  • Decide whether you’re more comfortable going with your buyer on the test drive or staying behind. This is a judgment call on your part, made more easily if you have someone with you.
  • If at all possible, bring a friend or family member along. And make sure someone knows where you’re going, the route you expect to take and when you expect to return.
  • If you let the potential buyer take your car by himself, ask him to leave his keys while you wait, and be very specific about the maximum length of time you expect him to be gone.

Tips for Avoiding Scams

  • Secure payment before you transfer ownership and work only with the specific person who is purchasing your car (versus someone acting on his behalf). If you accept a check, be sure to verify it with the issuing bank — not your bank. (The easiest way to avoid problems is to go to the buyer’s bank and complete the final transaction there.)
  • Be wary of anyone who makes an offer to buy your car sight-unseen. especially buyers located overseas. This is often part of a larger scam to pass a bad check or to get the title of the car without paying for it. Always verify the buyer’s street address and phone number.
    • An escrow service — a third party that holds the title to your car until you are absolutely certain your payment is secure — can be a good option, but only if you use a reputable bank or attorney, or a well-known, established online service. Never agree to an escrow service  that the prospective buyer suggests unless you have thoroughly researched it — the Better Business Bureau is a good place to start.
    • In an overpayment scam. the potential buyer typically tells you that someone else owes him an amount that is higher than your selling price and he wants that person to pay you instead. He then asks you to give him the car, plus the difference in price. (Sometimes the prospective buyer will offer you additional money as compensation.) Regardless of how legitimate they seem, these situations are almost always scams to get you to part with your car and additional money.
    • A prospective buyer who wants to work out a payment plan for your car is likely up to no good. AutoTrader.com strongly advises against agreeing to a payment plan, regardless of the terms. In these scenarios, the buyer typically gets you to agree to a payment plan, frequently with substantial interest, only to leave you with an initial payment (which may or may not be fraudulent) and disappear with your car.

    Where to Report Fraud

    In addition, if you are a victim of fraud, you should file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center. or IC3. IC3 focuses solely on cyber crimes and is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National White Collar Crime Center and the Bureau of Justice assistance.

    Finally, contact your local law enforcement. If there was any interaction with a scammer posing as a prospective buyer within their jurisdiction, they should take a report, plus it will help their fraud department identify trends for scams in your area.

    Facts about AutoTrader.com

    We don’t own, buy or sell vehicles listed on our site.

    AutoTrader.com is an online vehicle listing service that connects car buyers with sellers. We are not car dealers. Any listing information about a particular car comes directly from the seller, not us.

    If you receive an email that implies AutoTrader.com is selling or buying a vehicle, please report it to us and to local law enforcement. It’s a scam.

    We don’t offer automotive warehousing or shipping services.

    Any email that requests a deposit or payment for shipment of a car “stored in an AutoTrader.com warehouse” is a scam. AutoTrader.com doesn’t own a warehouse, and we don’t ship cars. Simply put, we don’t get involved in transactions between buyers and sellers (see more below).

    There are many reputable warehousing and shipping services that can make long-distance transactions easy. Just be sure to check out the proposed services for yourself .

    If a seller recommends a bogus warehousing or shipping service, report the seller to us and to local law enforcement.

    We don’t get involved in transactions between buyers and sellers.

    Don’t respond to any email that appears to come from AutoTrader.com (for example, by displaying our logo) and urges you to complete the sale or purchase of a car listed on our site. Such emails are scams.

    Other signs of fraud are emails that:

    • Claim the security of a transaction is guaranteed by AutoTrader.com.
    • Imply we’ve verified information about a particular buyer, seller or listing.
    • Describe a “preferred” or “pre-approved” buyer or seller program.

    AutoTrader.com doesn’t guarantee or endorse transactions. and we don’t have preferred or pre-approved buyers or sellers. We’ll never encourage you to buy any particular vehicle listed on AutoTrader.com or to sell your vehicle to any particular buyer. If you receive a suspicious email such as the ones described above, report it to us and to local law enforcement.

    We don’t ask you for personal or financial information via email.

    Online fraud often begins with a spoof email requesting financial information. These spoof, or scam, emails often impersonate a reputable company such as AutoTrader.com by illegally displaying a company’s name, logo or trademark.

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    The only time we’ll ever request your credit card information is when you’re in the process of purchasing an ad on our website. We will not take down your listing because you don’t provide account information. If you receive an email that asks for the kinds of information listed above, don’t respond. Instead, report the email to us and to local law enforcement.

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    Why I Give to CoOL

    by Glenn Wharton
    I am a Museum Studies professor at New York University – a new career that continues my habit of changing professions about every seven years. Over my career I shifted from being an archaeological conservator to objects conservator in private practice to specializing in public art, contemporary art, and finally time-based media at MoMA. I am not sure what this says about my own stability, but all these changes meant that I had to access new information fast about every seven years. Read more

    A sample of areas covered on this site.

    Conservation of Cultural Property: Art conservation, Paintings conservation, Paper conservation, Photographic materials conservation, Book conservation, Sculpture conservation, Objects conservation, Artifact conservation, Wood conservation, Textile conservation

    Materials: Archaeological materials, Architectural materials, Archives materials, Artifacts, Artists’ materials, Electronic media, Electronic records, Historic materials, Library materials, Manuscripts, Modern materials, Museum materials, Natural history collections

    Subjects: Biodeterioration, Collections care, Conservation education training, Conservation science, Conservation suppliers, Conservation treatment, Conservators, Copyright, Degradation of materials, Digital imaging, Disaster planning, Documentation, Ethics, Health Safety, Intellectual Property, Library Binding, Mass deacidification, Mold, Pest management, Preservation-related organizations, Reprographics, Restoration, Terminology

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    Trade Adjustment Assistance

    Information from the US Dept.of Labor (click each link below)

    Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) is available to workers who lose their jobs or whose hours of work and wages are reduced as a result of increased imports. Under the Trade Act of 1974, workers whose employment is adversely affected by increased imports may apply for TAA, which includes a variety of benefits and reemployment services to help unemployed workers prepare for and obtain suitable employment. Workers may be eligible for:

    Job Search Allowance

    Other Reemployment Services

    Additional weeks of unemployment insurance benefits following the exhaustion of regular benefits
    (Trade Readjustment Allowance, TRA)

    NOTE:Benefits and eligibility criteria for the Trade Adjustment Assistance change frequently. For latest information, visit the U.S. Department of Labor web site at www.doleta.gov/tradeact

    Establishing Group Eligibility for TAA – You must file a petition with the Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance to establish group eligibility to apply for TAA. Petitions many be filled by a group of three or more workers, their union, or an authorized representative. You can obtain forms from your nearest netWORKri Office.

    Qualifying for Trade Readjustment Allowance – to qualify for trade readjustment allowances you must:

    Be covered by certification

    Be laid off due to lack of work in adversely affected employment

    Be laid off from employment on or after the impact date and before the ending date of certification

    Have worked at least 26 weeks at wages of $30 or more a week in adversely affected employment with a single firm or subdivision in the 52 week period ending with the week of separation.

    Have been entitled to and have exhausted all rights to Unemployment Insurance (UI) Benefits

    Meet the same weekly work text applicable to claimants for extended unemployment insurance benefits, including actively seeking, applying for and accepting work within your capabilities

    Be enrolled in or have completed an approved training program, unless training requirement is waived by the designated state agency

    For further information on the Trade Act or TAA, please contact any netWORKri office.
    the office of Trade Adjustment Assistance in the U.S. Dept of Labor or any Labor Department regional office.


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