A contract is signed with Epic, beginning the process of implementing a unified platform across NYP, Columbia Doctors, and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Teams gather to officially launch the Epic migration, providing an overview of the project and a forecast of what lies ahead during the phases of implementation, including design, build, training, and deployment.
Subject matter experts (SMEs) from around NYP, Columbia, and Weill Cornell are engaged to provide input on groundwork questionnaires and assist in direction setting for the project.
The implementation kicks off as the Epic Build Team is fully staffed and begins training in the system.
The EpicTogether Project Team officially kicks off.
Direction sessions begin, giving representatives from different departments a firsthand look at Epic processes and how they will be integrated into workflows.
The full project team is in place and begins building the Epic platform, including:
The Epic Build is completed and the training curriculum is finalized.
Testing of the Build begins.
Testing of the system is completed and training begins.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Ambulatory Care Network, and Columbia go live on Epic.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan, NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Division, NYP/Weill Cornell Ambulatory Care Network go live, and Weill Cornell Medicine’s existing Epic implementation is upgraded.