Take the risk out of integration engine migrations

February 19, 2016 Andrew Cordell

Learn how WakeMed, a 919-bed private, not-for-profit health care system based in Raleigh, North Carolina, was able to implement a new integration engine and rewrite 15 years of work while facing a perfect storm of governmental regulations and aging legacy systems.


In 2012, WakeMed needed to quickly replace a host of existing core systems which included their legacy interface engine. 

After a diligent selection process, and a well thought out migration strategy, the integration team was able to not only change the proverbial "engine of the airplane in mid-air", but also completely overhaul and extend its capabilities at the same time.

If you want to learn more about WakeMed's plan and process to launching an EPIC application-centric shop replacing 20 existing application systems in 2015, it is now available on demand below through FierceLive.

Featured Speakers:

Steve Benn - Manager of Integration Support, WakeMed

Andrew Cordell - Integration Expert, Orion Health

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