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Oracle Takes the Reins: Cerner’s Quest to Recover in Healthcare Cloud Market

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 6, 2024
Epic is not our competition

In recent years, Cerner has been struggling in the U.S. electronic health records market, losing ground to Epic Systems. However, with its new owner, Oracle, the company is determined to regain its footing by offering cloud services that cover a range of healthcare-related activities.

According to a top executive at Oracle Health, the company is aiming to narrow the gap between itself and Epic by providing cloud services that integrate with competing health records software. This strategy could position Cerner for success in the evolving healthcare technology landscape.

Cerner’s loss of key health system clients in the U.S., as reported by health tech research firm KLAS, coincided with the merger of Cerner with Oracle in 2022. Despite these setbacks, Oracle Health Chairman David Feinberg remains optimistic about Cerner’s potential to emerge as a strong competitor if it can provide cloud services that integrate seamlessly with other healthcare software systems.

By Samantha Johnson

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