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|Founded||Madison, Wisconsin, United States (1979)|
|Founders||Judith R. Faulkner|
|Headquarters||Verona, Wisconsin, United States|
|Key people||Judy Faulkner, Founder & CEO
Carl Dvorak, President
|Products||EpicCare Ambulatory, EpicCare Inpatient, Resolute, Cadence, Willow, OpTime, ASAP, Cupid, Radiant, Prelude|
|Revenue||$1.7 billion (2013)|
Epic is a privately held health care software company founded in 1979 by Judith R. Faulkner. Originally headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, Epic moved its headquarters to nearby Verona, Wisconsin in 2005.
Epic's market focus is large health care organizations. Epic offers an integrated suite of health care software centered on a MUMPS database provided by InterSystems. Their applications support functions related to patient care, including registration and scheduling; clinical systems for doctors, nurses, emergency personnel, and other care providers; systems for lab technicians, pharmacists, and radiologists; and billing systems for insurers.
Current applications developed by Epic include:
- ADT (Inpatient and Outpatient Admission-Discharge-Transfer Application)
- Anesthesia (Anesthesia Information Management System (AIMS))
- ASAP (Emergency Department Application)
- Beacon (Oncology Application)
- Beaker (Clinical Laboratory Application)
- BedTime (Bed Management Application)
- Bridges (Interface Application)
- Cadence (Scheduling Application)
- Care Everywhere (Information Exchange Application)
- Cogito Ergo Sum (Analytics application)
- Clarity (SQL relational database extracted from the Cache database, Chronicles, for reporting purposes)
- Cupid (formerly Cardiant, Cardiology Application)
- Data Courier (Data Environment Propagation Utility)
- Diagnose Behandeling Combinatie (Dutch Billing Module)
- Eligibility (Real Time Verification of Access and Billing Information)
- EpicCare Ambulatory (Ambulatory Medical Record Application)
- EpicCare Home Health (Specialized Home Health Application for use in Patient Homes)
- EpicCare Hospice (Specialized Hospice Application)
- EpicCare Inpatient (Universal Hospital System)
- EpicCare Link (Web-based Application for Community Users)
- EpicWeb (Web-based Clinical Application)
- Haiku (Device Mobility Clinical Application)
- HIM (Chart Deficiency Tracking, Release of Information Application, Coding)
- Hyperspace (EMR)
- Identity (Master Patient Index [MPI] Application)
- Kaleidoscope (Ophthalmology Application)
- MyChart (Patient Chart Access)
- OpTime (Surgical Application)
- Phoenix (Application designed for the Management and Tracking for Solid Organ Transplants)
- Prelude (Inpatient and Outpatient Registration Application)
- Radiant (Radiology Application)
- Reporting Workbench (Operational Reporting Application)
- Resolute (Billing Application)
- Stork (OB/Gyn Application)
- Tapestry (Managed Care Application)
- Welcome (Patient Kiosk Application)
- Willow Ambulatory (Outpatient Pharmacy Application)
- Willow Inpatient (Inpatient Pharmacy Application)
- Wisdom (Dental Application)
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