5 recent EHR contracts, go-lives Friday, October 15th, 2021 Print | Email Below are five organizations that announced plans to implement an EHR or deployed a new EHR in the past five weeks. Miami-based Health Choice Network partnered with Epic to... — read more
I don’t intend to do triple workloads for much longer. This company needs a lot of new people. It’s not clear to me why some positions remain unoccupied for so long after someone leaves. What's the problem? People don't want to work here?... — read more
Got to Maui for President's Club and found out that the guy the runs all of sales and is respected by the entire team was not invited to be here. How is that possible ? I have never heard of a President's Club where the SVP of Sales was not... — read more
Word is hitting the streets that the Northwell CIO is retiring. He has been Allscripts biggest supporter over the years. This could spell the END !!!!!
NY is requiring all hospital employees to have received at least their first vaccine dose by September 27 or they must be terminated. Allscripts must have close to 1500 people at Northwell as part of their Outsourcing agreement. Wonder if this... — read more
It’s end of the quarter, the vaccine deadline for many is looming on 10/1. What are the chances of reductions coming in the next few weeks? TouchWorks is loosing revenue every quarter and the long term outlook isn’t good
I left Allscripts 6 months ago but still follow what is going on. I recently posted "ACTUAL" statistics from an article published on Becker's out here about current number of hospitals by EMR vendor as well as gains and losses over the past year. It... — read more
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc on hospital operations, EHR purchasing activity saw an uptick in 2020. Epic, for example, saw its most successful year since 2015, when the company landed contracts with 144 hospitals, according to the... — read more
Guess that 1 net new deal in 2+ years by the BEES wasn't worthy of making Becker's news: Here are 12 things to know about the EHR market and top vendors: KLAS named Epic its 2021 Best in KLAS Overall Software Suite, the 11th year in a row the... — read more
Not a compelling position to be in: EHR companies ended 2020 with the following number of contracted hospitals: Epic: 1,713 Cerner: 1,354 Meditech: 901 CPSI: 503 Allscripts: 271 Medhost: 179 Azalea Health: 26
From Beckers: Allscripts implemented a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for U.S. employees and extended its work-from-home policy through June 2022, Tom Ly--h, a spokesperson for Allscripts, told Becker's. Epic began its Back to Campus plan in May, Brett... — read more
Recently became aware of this message board. Long time Pro user. Are there ANY US based Pro Interface people left?! Ones on leave and ones gone as of Friday. What gives! Who else is there ?!
Sales Club plans for Maui beginning of October but Hawaii has strict Covid group limit rules now for both indoor and outdoor group limits. Chances are they will be scuffling to find an alternative place on short notice. You can bet the esteemed... — read more
Per HISTALK MDRX sold 2bPrecise for an undisclosed amount so the yard sale continues.
Allscripts has their annual ACE user group meeting this week virtually while EPIC has their annual user group meeting this week in person in Wisconsin. Different type of commitment to their clients.
Now that they are requiring vaccine even for remote employees will they require a booster ever 6 months?
Despite the title of this website there has not been much discussion of the topic. What's the latest news? Have seen new job postings in the MA area so there is hiring going on. Any rumors of layoffs?
Apparently, management is worried about what is getting posted on this board and has either HR and/or Marketing monitoring it 7/24 because posts are getting deleted. This is a public blog so it's pitiful that they are doing this. Apparently, the LK... — read more
Have worked here for 20 years and I sure as he-l would have left if I did not like it. Am always very sad to see any of my friends and co-workers laid off and I wish that did not have to happen at all...but realize that must be done at times to shore... — read more
As per one of PBs weekly woke-o-grams sent about 10 minutes ago, EVP LK is "stepping down" to "return to her consulting career" although she'll stay on in "an advisory capacity" until early 2022. I'm guessing that the folks at the top are realizing... — read more
Can't wait to hear the boys spin how great things are when they have had 1 new Sunset deal in the past 10 quarters. They will talk about the progress they are making moving customers to Azure, but that is more spin because those are mostly existing... — read more
Which is more likely to happen first ? An existing Sunset customer will announce they are moving to Epic or they will sign a net new Sunset customer ?
Apparently the woman who ran Touchworks development and services is no longer around. Allscripts was supposed to release a true HTML version of TW back in 2018 which would make it much easier for customers to deploy and lower costs but here we are in... — read more
Is it true that MDRX is adopting the song "Sunrise, Sunset" from "Fidler on the Roof" as its theme song? It would make a lot of sense given they have appeared to have announced only one net new Sunrise account in the 2 1/2 years other than those... — read more
Apparently, Allscripts will not be having a booth at HIMSS this year, only private meeting rooms. Attendance is projected to be way down this year but Epic and Cerner are having booths. Either they just don't want to spend the $$ on a booth or they... — read more
In its hay-day Sunrise had probably 150+ customers with high profile names such as Boston Medical Center, NY Presby, UH Cleveland, Yale, U Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Houston Methodist, Barnes Jewish, UC Irvine, U Kentucky, Robert Wood Johnson, Orlando... — read more
Paul sold $2.1M in mid-June and Lisa sold $877k in mid-June. Poulton sold $1.2M. If it weren't for the sales of Careport and EPSI the stock would still be at $8 and those sales would be at half the value. WHAT A SHAME !!!!
Apparently the esteemed leader has been beating the cr-p out of his sales leaders as to why they aren’t selling more. They have had 1 net new Surnrise customer in the last 2.5 years and meanwhile Orlando Regional, University of Kentucky, NYPH are all... — read more
Apparently the VP of Managed Services quit because of the LK and JM bull cr-p and those too have now put a guy in charge that has no background in outsourcing/managed services. Some of the customers pay ALOT of $$$ for those services and if it... — read more
Epic, Cerner, Allscripts and Meditech are four of the largest EHR vendors in the industry, making up a combined 77 percent of the overall market share. Here is a breakout of each vendor's standing in 2021 EHR market share, according to the KLAS... — read more
Instead of investing in creating better products, making sure our clients are happy by offering a better customer experience, nurturing talent, and making sure we're not losing our best employees to our competition, the company seems set on cutting... — read more
Anyone know why ?
Everyone must be busy...
What are your thoughts? Do I sell?
Whomever I talk to, everyone intends to leave. Colleagues I met when I first started working here left this company long time ago. As it seems to me now, this will soon be a company with completely new people because almost everyone who is here now... — read more
Watch the stock price double tomorrow!
Press release on the Allscripts website. Allscripts rated #1 in Black Book™ Research’s 2021 Community Health Systems Vendors Report. Trust, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics. Can’t imagine why employees would be unhappy. — read more
This board is just as negative and depressing as it was 3+ years ago. Just like McKesson’s board. Both companies have the distinction of being on TheLayoff.com’s most active boards. Not a good sign. Unhappy employees don’t make a good... — read more
Allscripts has a caste system. If you make lots of money +100,000 k US, if we steal from you, we will pay you back. If you make less than 100,000 k, we will steal from you and NOT pay you back and not give you raise the next year. This is no way to... — read more