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UC San Diego Begins Cloud Infrastructure Migration with Epic EHR

September 28, 2017 - Healthcare organizations continue to move to the cloud as they seek more flexibility for their IT infrastructure environment. UC San Diego Health recently moved their EHR to an Epic-hosted cloud environment to shift away from their traditional data center and to a less expensive cloud environment. UC San Diego is the central location for EHR systems serving UC Riverside Health and its community...


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