Cerner's planned acquisition is an assertion of confidence in its strategy for global growth. However, capturing long-term opportunities requires significant attention to Soarian's development.
- What Is Cerner Buying?
- Numerous Synergies Make This Deal Likely to Be Positive for Cerner, Despite Complex Transition and Portfolio Decisions
- The Transaction Close Is Challenging, and Will Varyingly Distract Both Management Teams
- The Acquisition Will Require Serious Scrutiny of Direction Sooner or Later for All Siemens Core "Megasuite" Clients
- Cerner Is a Viable Contender for Data Integration and Population Health Needs
- This Acquisition Marks the End of the First Era of Health IT, When Patient Administration and Revenue Apps — the HIS — Formed the Basis for the Dominant Strategic Vendor Relationship
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