Becker's Healthcare February 27, 2024
Giles Bruce

While several big health systems have switched to Epic in recent years, others have bucked that trend by staying loyal to their longtime EHR companies.

Take King of Prussia, Pa.-based Universal Health Services, which has over 400 hospitals and outpatient centers and about $14 billion in annual revenue. The publicly traded health system cemented its relationship with Oracle Health (formerly known as Cerner) last year when it selected the company as its unified EHR across its acute care and behavioral health hospitals.

Becker’s talked to UHS CIO Eric Goodwin about how that relationship has developed, where he anticipates it going from here, and why UHS is an EHR outlier.

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