The Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation had its own “Epic go-live” at the beginning of January – unveiling a short interactive activity that demonstrates to visitors what Epic is, how it can help ensure accuracy in medication administration and what a nurse may be doing on the computer. In the new permanent museum exhibit, visitors put themselves in the shoes of a nurse taking care of a fictional patient, Sam Surgery, and navigate screenshots of Epic using a bar code scanner. Visitors should look on the main floor of the museum for the computer cart that would look at home on a patient floor.

The museum, which is free to all visitors, is located at 2 North Grove Street and is open Mondays through Fridays, 9 am - 5 pm.


This article was published in the 01/11/19 Hotline issue.