Acceleration Economy November 21, 2022
Bob Evans

Making it unequivocally clear that Oracle has become not only cloud-first but also industry-cloud-first, chairman Larry Ellison described recently how Oracle’s “healthcare mission” is transforming the iconic 45-year-old company’s culture, its brand, and its entire business.

Ellison used the word “mission” very intentionally in describing Oracle’s massive commitment to automate from end-to-end the sprawling, fragmented, and frequently dysfunctional healthcare system of today. Ellison made these latest remarks about Oracle’s newly refined direction at the company’s CloudWorld event late last month during a financial analysts meeting.

While it’s not the first time Ellison has used the word “mission” to describe the massive focus he and Oracle are placing on healthcare — I first noted his use of the word nine months ago during a quarterly earnings call...

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