HealthLeaders Media February 29, 2024
Eric Wicklund

Executives from three companies took to the stage this week in Los Angeles and said they’re working hard to make their platforms more intuitive and convenient for both providers and consumers


– The healthcare industry has a love/hate relationship with EHRs, finding them both necessary and aggravating, but less than 6% of the hospitals in the U.S. aren’t using them.

– Execs from Epic, MEDITECH, and Oracle told a packed audience at ViVE 2024 that the days of clunky legacy tech are over, and today’s platforms are being built to share data more easily and help providers with value-based care.

– They’re also working with Big Tech and health systems to incorporate new tools into the EHR, including...

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