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Training key to rollout, Cedars-Sinai exec says
Modern Healthcare

Ten years ago, arguably the most famous fizzle in healthcare information technology history happened when Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles scrapped its “big bang” implementation of a computerized physician-order entry system. The much publicized failure of a then-health IT leader sent a chill through the healthcare IT industry. In March, the hospital completed a seven-phase, five-year effort to buy and roll out a commercial EHR system with a hospitalwide implementation of CPOE, said Darren Dworkin, its senior vice president of enterprise information systems and chief information officer.