Forbes April 18, 2024
Katie Jennings

Veradigm, formerly known as Allscripts, tried to outrun a series of crises with a rebrand. Now interim CEO Yin Ho has an audacious plan to use the $140 million acquisition of AI startup ScienceIO to tap into its one major competitive advantage over giants like Epic: data.

What looks to be a small wine fridge is tucked away inconspicuously in the corner of Veradigm’s 12th floor office in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan. But rather than bottles of burgundy, the tinted glass sides reveal a server rack. Nestled among fans whirring at high speed are three of the most powerful GPU chips on the market: Nvidia H100s. These three chips – plus a couple more in a closet down the...

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