Epic CEO makes Forbes' 100 most powerful women in the world list

Epic CEO Judy Faulkner appeared on Forbes' list of 100 most powerful women in the world.

The list, released Dec. 8, includes women who have made an impact on politics, social justice and public health. Forbes ranked Ms. Faulkner at No. 74. She is the leader of Epic, a $3.2 billion company based on 2019 sales.

During the pandemic, Epic transitioned to supporting EHR implementations virtually and worked with 190 health systems this fall to go live with its technology. From September through the end of December, Epic anticipates training 123,000 physicians, nurses and support staff to use its technology.

This year the company launched Epic Health Research Network, an online journal to provide rapid insights based on data gathered through Epic systems.

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