5 most popular health IT stories in March 2017

Here are the top five most-read health IT stories from March, beginning with the most popular.

1. Epic to develop 2 new EHR versions

Epic is working to develop two new EHR versions, which are slated to be released this year.

2. What issues dominated HIMSS17? We asked, you answered

More than 40,000 people attended HIMSS in Orlando, Fla., the week of Feb. 20. The single dominant theme may have very well been the fact that there wasn't one.

3. 30 answers to 1 question: What should CIOs cut from their IT budget tonight?

CIOs can't always control how big their IT budget is, so what can they cut when everything seems important?

4. Epic unveils App Orchard for third-party developers

Epic has officially launched its "App Orchard," an app store it first announced two years ago.

5. Epic's Judy Faulkner makes Forbes' billionaires list 2017

Epic Founder Judy Faulkner nabbed the No. 867 spot on Forbes' 2017 list of "The World's Billionaires."

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