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  • How Epic's HQ changes the town around it

    Epic is building roads and buying farmland around its rural Wisconsin headquarters as the EHR vendor constructs a new campus and welcomes loads of new employees, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Sept. 19.
  • Oracle revitalizes EHR

    Oracle unveiled new capabilities for its next-generation EHR Sept. 18 at the company's conference in Las Vegas.
  • Ochsner to integrate AI into Epic

    Louisiana-based Ochsner Health is piloting a program in which AI will be used to draft simple responses to patient messages it receives in its portal. 
  • Oracle launches generative AI healthcare assistant

    Oracle launched a new generative artificial intelligence healthcare assistant designed to save clinicians time by responding to voice commands.
  • Congresswoman says VA's Cerner rollout is a 'complete failure'

    Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers wants to pull the plug on the Department of Veterans Affairs' Cerner EHR rollout, calling the project a "complete failure." 
  • How Oracle is using generative AI to revamp Cerner

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  • What 5 hospitals are paying their Epic talent

    Health systems in New York City, Colorado, Georgia and Nevada are seeking IT employees to work on their Epic EHR.
  • Why big health systems keep switching to Epic

    When UPMC and Intermountain Health both said in early September they would be switching to Epic, they continued a trend of the biggest U.S. health systems opting for the nation's largest EHR vendor. Hospital CIOs told Becker's they don't see this changing anytime soon.
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    In 2018, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs tapped Cerner to overhaul its EHR system. Recently, a series of slowdowns, legislative spats and open letters have again turned attention to the VA's EHR overhaul process.

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