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Epic creates and provides integrated software to health care organizations so they can take better care of patients by improving outcomes, enhancing the patient’s experience, and supporting research. All of Epic’s applications are built on a single database, providing an integrated solution that supports patient care and continuity throughout hospitals, clinics, and physician offices. Using these applications, health care organizations and professionals can access the appropriate patient information instantly whenever and wherever needed.

Epic is privately held health care software company. In 1979 it was founded by Judith Faulkner. The company headquarters was in Madison, Wisconsin, but in 2005 the company moved to Vernon, Wisconsin (Epic, 2013). The software’s market is largely healthcare organizations, and it is an interesting suite of healthcare software centered on a MUMPS database. Epic System provides the healthcare management software that integrates financial and clinical information across the organization in one database. The systems software includes scheduling, billing, registration,...

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