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Jordan Valley Community Health Center is transitioning to Epic for electronic health records.
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Jordan Valley Community Health Center is transitioning to Epic for electronic health records.

Jordan Valley Community Health Center switching health record providers

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Last edited 4:25 p.m., April 4, 2024 [Editor's note: Jordan Valley uses NextGen for electronic health records. The story previously identified an incorrect provider.]

Springfield-based Jordan Valley Community Health Center is transitioning to a new electronic health record provider.

The transition to the system offered by Verona, Wisconsin-based health care software firm Epic Systems Corp. is expected to be finalized this summer, according to a news release. JVCHC currently uses NextGen for electronic health records.

“Through the use of Epic’s industry leading MyChart patient portal, Jordan Valley will attain an even higher level of excellence related to the patient experience,” JVCHC President and CEO Brooks Miller said in the release. "We believe this will be a very effective technology as our team pursues the mission to improve health care access and ensure better outcomes for all those we serve.”

The electronic health record switch comes alongside another change at JVCHC: the installation of a new president and CEO. Dr. Matthew Stinson on June 1 is slated to be promoted to the top role and succeed the retiring Miller, according to past reporting.

CoxHealth also recently announced a switch to the Epic electronic health record system.

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