As healthcare becomes increasingly connected, Oracle,, is looking to manage all the incoming data, as institutions like Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and the University of Texas at Tyler have all adopted Oracle’s EPM (enterprise performance management) Cloud platform.

The platform is allowing new business transformations that increase operational performance, while decreasing costs. This is seen through automated data analysis, along with custom planning and forecasting models, to help hospitals and research centers make more informed clinical decisions for patients and the organization itself.

Due to the fact that the Oracle EPM Cloud platform is centralized, healthcare employees can collaborate and manage these solutions with increased visibility and control. Profitability and cost management is also improved through transparent reporting, while standardized business processes lower IT costs and enable physicians to spend more time working one-on-one with patients.

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