Epic celebrates April Fools Day; DOD comments on Cerner implementation & more — 8 health IT key notes

Here are eight recent news updates on health IT companies.

Epic restructured its homepage on April Fools Day to advertise a new product: Epic TinDr.

During a Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing on March 29, the U.S. Department of Defense presented an updated timeline for its Cerner implementation rollout.

McAfee, an international cybersecurity provider, is once again operating as a standalone company.

Oracle recently achieved compliance certifications from HIPAA, Service Organization Control and International Standards Organization for its public cloud offering.

IBM Watson Health will adopt SnoMed Clinical Terms, an international clinical terminology standard used at more than 5,000 organizations across more than 30 countries.

S Health, an app developed by Samsung, relaunched as Samsung Health last week.

Intel will align its artificial intelligence efforts under a single organization, called the Artificial Intelligence Products Group.

Royal Philips and PathAI, a pathology-focused artificial intelligence company, partnered to improve breast cancer diagnosis.

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