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For years Boulder Community Health used separate systems to electronically store medical records, making it difficult to share information between different care providers at different facilities.

That difficulty, however, is now a thing of the past with Boulder Community Health installing the Epic Electronic Health Record system, which it began using on Tuesday.

Used by all of the top 20 hospitals in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals rankings for 2018-19, the system allows doctors and patients to view test results, immunizations, and laboratory and imaging reports on one platform, according to a news release. Patients also can connect with their care team, schedule appointments, refill medications, pay bills, provide caregivers and family members access to view a loved one’s medical records and manage their care, according to the release.

“Whether a patient is seen by a physician in one of our medical clinics or has a test at Foothills Hospital, their test results and other health information can be accessed in one secure, convenient and user-friendly location that a patient can access from their home computer, tablet or a smartphone,” Michael Jefferies, BCH vice president and chief information officer, stated in the release.

Patients can register for the system at or download the MyBCH app. Patients also can register during visits to BCH patient-care facility.