Maximizing the Power of Epic Modules
Healthcare organizations typically offer medical services in a wide range of specialties—from radiology to endoscopy and from cancer treatments to orthopedic surgeries and more—and Epic offers world-class modules that are targeted to each of them.
Toolkits are strategically embedded for specialty-specific purposes with workflows flexibly customized to meet unique needs of your facilities. What each has in common: keen focus on efficiently and effectively improving healthcare outcomes.
To leverage and benefit from these applications to the fullest, it’s vital to build a strong team of Epic consultants—a group of professionals that can seamlessly implement, integrate, and optimize the chosen modules. HealthTECH Resources specializes in providing accelerated solutions to fill staffing gaps, contact us to benefit from our unparalleled experience.
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We Support The Following Epic Modules
Epic Beacon, the medical oncology module, allows medical professionals to create personalized treatment plans for cancer patients. This module supports decision making as it can provide recommendations based on chart data; allow physicians to document disease staging; manage chemotherapy doses; and more.
Before a patient arrives, the module can be used to create medication orders for timely treatments with clinicians able to track a person’s medical journey, including outpatient visits and hospital stays, and transition the person to post-cancer care.
Epic Beaker, meanwhile, is the application’s laboratory information system (LIS) and it actually features and manages workflows via two modules: Beaker Anatomic Pathology (AP) and Beaker Clinical Pathology (CP). The system’s barcode-enabled workflows provide easy and accurate tracking of patient specimens from the point of collection within and across sites.
Healthcare organizations who use Epic Beaker appreciate how the technology seamlessly transfers data from the LIS to Epic EHR. The dual module goes beyond specimen tracking, also supporting general lab workflows as well as these: client support; cytology; hematology; histology; microbiology; quality control; and surgical pathology.
Not surprisingly, given the name, Epic Bones is the module designed for orthopedic and sports medicine workflows. The system provides robust support to orthopedic surgery teams across the entire continuum of care: from targeted assessment tools to ones for joint injection support, location-based documentation, pre- and post-surgical treatment, and follow-up care.
Epic Cupid is the application’s cardiovascular information system (CIS) module. Originally named Cardiant, this technology allows your teams to enter orders, schedule patients, record documentation, create analytical reporting, and more for surgeries, and invasive and non-invasive procedures and interventions.
Besides automatically generating text, it creates interactive diagrams for coronary arteries, wall motion, and wall scoring; pulls in ultrasound measurements; and more. Procedural workflows supported by Cupid include cardiac catheterizations, echocardiograms, electrophysical documentation, stress testing, and ultrasound vascular.
Epic Lumens provides viewing, documentation, management, and reporting capabilities for endoscopy, bronchoscopy, ureteroscopy, and related procedures. This module leverages relevant elements of inpatient, outpatient, and day surgery toolkits to streamline care coordination for medical professionals performing these specialties.
Epic Radiant is the applications radiology information system (RIS), primarily used by hospital radiology departments for mammograms and related functions. In this module, your healthcare team can have access to your patient’s appointment schedule, medical history, results, and more. This allows them to track changes and discrepancies, manage recommendations, communicate with physicians involved with diagnosing and treating a patient, and more. Technologists can directly document contrast in a patient’s record along with estimated radiation doses.
Epic Hyperdrive is a client/server application that serves as the central access point for the Epic EHR system, typically seen on the end user interface. It is a web-based application that is replacing Hyperspace, the official cutoff date to make the transition is November 2023. Hyperdrive is accessed through a compatible web browser without the need for a server is designed to be more user-friendly, easier to deploy and update, and offers enhanced security features.
Choose HealthTECH Resources for Epic Specialty Software Support
Because we specialize in the healthcare IT and EHR space, and offer in-demand professionals as consultants, contractor-to-hire professionals, or permanent placements, you can count on us to provide a comprehensive slate of professionals that are highly experienced as well as certified in the latest NVT (new version training). Our network of experienced candidates can fill a broad range of roles, including these and more:
- Certified Epic Beacon Project Manager
- Certified Epic Beaker Analyst
- Certified Epic Beaker Program Manager
- Certified Epic Bones Consultant
- Certified Epic Cupid Analyst
- Certified Epic Bones Instructional Designer
- Certified Epic Radiant Analyst
The reality is that, if you need analysts, application coordinators, instructional designers, project managers, program managers, directors, training professionals and more with expertise in Epic Specialties modules, our boutique-style agency with 20+ years of experience can help. This is true even when your healthcare organization has stringent staffing requirements and urgent timelines. In fact, we often have professionals on site within 48 hours.
HealthTECH Resources is the fastest, most knowledgeable, and reliable recruiting team in the EMR/EHR industry with incredible depth and breadth of experience. When you source your Epic professionals from our staff augmentation firm, you’ll benefit from extensive networks, the best in the business.
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Epic Specialties Modules FAQS
The Epic EHR system comes with modules—individualized components with specialized functions—to perform unique tasks for the healthcare organization. Healthcare organizations can implement the modules making sense for their specific needs. On this page, when we’re referring to Specialties modules, we mean ones that help medical professionals with specialities such as oncology, orthopedics, cardiology and more, as well as assisting lab technicians, radiology technologists and so forth.
Each of them helps departments in your facility to schedule, manage workflows, document information and more in ways that are uniquely helpful and effective. They include the following:
- Beacon: oncology
- Beaker: laboratory (anatomic pathology and clinical pathology)
- Bones: orthopedics
- Cupid: cardiovascular
- Lumens: endoscopy and related functions
- Radiant: radiology, including mammograms
Here’s a sample list:
- Certified Epic Beacon Analyst
- Certified Epic Beacon Application Coordinators
- Certified Epic Beaker Analyst
- Certified Epic Beaker Consultant
- Certified Epic Cupid Consultant
- Certified Epic Radiant Consultant
This is by no means a comprehensive list. We can provide analysts, application coordinators, instructional designers, project managers, program managers, directors, training professionals and more for each of the Specialties modules described here. To get started, contact us online today to discuss your needs.