Oracle sets lofty goals after completing acquisition of Cerner

Jun 22, 2022   |   Health Data Management
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A national patient database, improved clinician interfaces and support for patient engagement are among goals set for the combined companies by Larry Ellison.

With Oracle’s $28.3 billion acquisition of Cerner now complete, the networking and technology giant is describing some of the advances it hopes to achieve in healthcare through the purchase of the electronic health records system company. That includes an effort to create a national patient records database that could prove difficult and controversial.

In a 90-minute web-based presentation June 9 titled “The Future of Healthcare,” Oracle executives – including co-founder and chief technology officer, Larry Ellison – outlined ambitious plans to… – Read Article –


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