Epic Systems invests one-half of its operating expenses on research and development. It's a striking figure compared to what other tech companies spend. Rather than acquiring new companies and technologies and trying to make disparate technologies work together, Epic builds new products and components from scratch. This means accelerated time-to-market. Seth Hain, long-time SVP of R&D takes us through their evolution of challenges. How does Epic stay ahead of the demands of healthcare? What are the underlying technology requirements to support changing business models? What are the characteristics for innovation and staying power in the industry?
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