Breaking News: IBM, Epic and Cerner to compete for Danish €135M healthcare IT project

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IT ZealandToday the Capital Region of Denmark, which includes the municipalities of Copenhagen, Bornholm and Frederiksberg and the Administrative Region of Zealand (RH/RS)  announced the decision on which of the three suppliers to invite to the final selection process

The Capital Region of Denmark and The Administrative Region of Zealand (RH/RS) are in the process of selecting a vendor for their c. DKK 1 billion (€135M) investment in a new IT-healthcare platform.

The purpose of the tender is to ensure that the chosen IT-healthcare platform will meet the defined requirements for IT support of clinical and administrative work within the health care organizations of Zealand. The healthcare platform will need to support close to 40,000 IT users. It will need the capacity to be used by up to 12,000 clinical and administrative users at 17 hospitals and 54 other healthcare institutions simultaneously.

The vendors competing for a place on the short list were:

  • IBM based on a software base from Systematic A/S (Denmark) 
  • Cambio Healthcare Systems AB (Sweden)
  • Epic (USA)
  • Cerner (USA)
  • Siemens (Germany)

The short list – TBK Consult got 2 out of 3 right.

Making it to short list did:

  • Epic (USA)
  • Cerner (USA)
  • IBM/Systematic A/S (Denmark)

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In our post “How Danish healthcare authorities will create the short list for final software vendor selection” we guesstimated that Cambio, Epic and Systematic (IBM) would make it to the short list. We actually had Cambio as the winner.  We were wrong on that one, but got the two other right. Welcome to Cerner in the final competition.

We will keep following the project and will provide an update in the near future.

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