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AWS increases Epic database sizing options for customers

Amazon Web Services (AWS), in collaboration with Epic, is announcing another increase in Epic on AWS customer database sizing, measured in global references per second (GRefs/s). Epic’s Chronicles Operational Database (ODB) can now be sized to 75 million GRefs/s in AWS. This is achieved on an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) R7an.48xlarge instance combined with Amazon […]

AWS increases scalability of Epic database performance

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) has increased maximum sizing of global references per second (GRefs/s) for Epic on AWS customers.  AWS now supports operational database workloads of up to 42 million GRefs/s.  This represents a 61% GRefs/s increase from the previous AWS GRefs/s sizing announcement.  This step-change in scalability, delivered on the R6in instance, represents […]

AWS for Healthcare at HIMSS23

by Monty Zarrouk and Kelli Jonakin, Ph.D. | on | Permalink |  Share

The AWS for Healthcare Team is heading to Chicago for the upcoming HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition 2023 event, April 17-21. We are looking forward to engaging with industry leaders and discussing how we can help them deliver on their mission to deliver better patient outcomes for the communities they serve. AWS will showcase […]

MEDHOST expands multi-tenant cloud EHR capabilities with AWS

MEDHOST expands multi-tenant cloud EHR capabilities with AWS

Authored by Bill Anderson, Chairman and CEO at MEDHOST. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.  MEDHOST has been providing enterprise information technology systems to full-service community hospitals for more than 35 years. In addition to […]

AWS Chatbot to Epic Electronic Health Record APIs using Amazon Lambda Solution Architecture

Developing healthcare applications using Epic Electronic Health Record APIs

The healthcare industry is increasingly turning to technology to improve the user experience throughout the continuum of care. Healthcare organizations are developing new, innovative applications for patients, members, administrators, and clinicians by leveraging real-time Epic Electronic Health Record (EHR) data using APIs. These applications range from clinical communication, to patient triage, to care coordination, and […]