To prepare the report presenting the company’s methodology and success in assisting WellSpan with the $188.7 million “Project One,” Intellis teamed with Cassidy to design a concise and compelling case study.
WellSpan Health is an integrated health care system headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, works to ensure that inpatient, out-patient, home health and physician services are accessible throughout the central Pennsylvania region. The health system includes:
- Six area hospitals
- More than 130 outpatient locations
- A regional home care organization
WellSpan launched “Project One,” to consolidate their five legacy EHRs and convert the entire system to the Epic EHR platform. At an estimated cost of $188.7 million over three years, the goal was to create uniformity, better connect providers with patients, and improve care coordination. WellSpan chose Intellis as a partner to support “Project One” by reducing costs, increasing accuracy, improving productivity, ensuring timely project completion, and successfully converting over 250,000 patient records to the Epic EHR platform. Contact us to learn more.
The health system expected delays, but they didn’t happen due to a ton of preparation work on the part the system’s workforce. WellSpan’s announcement of successful Epic EHR conversion go live: WellSpan Epic EHR goes live without a hitch | Healthcare IT News
“We recognized that we couldn’t function as one complete system, if we had multiple records and systems in place, We called it ‘Project One,’ not for its prioritization, but as it’s about one organization.”
— WellSpan Senior Vice President and CIO Hal Baker, MD