Oracle Health in the last 30 days

Oracle Health had a busy April, with its parent company revealing relocation plans and its intentions to surpass Epic. Here are 10 times Becker's reported on the EHR company formerly known as Cerner in the past month.

1. St. Louis-based Ascension is working with Oracle to build a technology platform to manage capacity, workforce issues and supply chain all in one place, the Nashville Business Journal reported April 25.

2. While calling Epic a "great company," Oracle co-founder and chair Larry Ellison said April 23 his organization aims to service the entire healthcare industry beyond just health systems.

3. Oracle plans to move its world headquarters to Nashville, Tenn., to be amid a healthcare epicenter, Mr. Ellison said April 23.

4. Becker's named Oracle Health one of the top 150 places to work in healthcare April 22.

5. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs aims to resume its Oracle Health EHR rollout before the end of fiscal year 2025, after pausing the $16 billion initiative in 2023, Nextgov reported April 11. 

6. Atlantic City, N.J.-based AtlantiCare said April 10 it is entering into an IT partnership with Oracle Health as part of a new six-year initiative.

7. Oracle Health has witnessed a surge in artificial intelligence adoption among its clientele, per an April 3 KLAS report.

8. Autonomous computer systems are healthcare's best protection against disruptive cyberattacks, Oracle's Mr. Ellison and Seema Verma wrote April 1 in The Wall Street Journal.

9. The VA's Oracle Health implementation at one of its Chicago-area facilities is exceeding early expectations, Nextgov reported March 27. 

10. Black Book Research named Oracle Health the best community and large hospital EHR and the best health systems and integrated delivery networks EHR on March 25.

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