On January 27th, Mayo Clinic announced that it had opted for the Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications suite and Oracle Fusion Analytics to run its business processes. Mayo Clinic is a pioneering non-profit healthcare organization dedicated to driving innovation in clinical practice and research. The organization was ranked number one in the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals Honor Roll for the sixth consecutive year. It is committed to setting the benchmark for using new technologies to deliver quality healthcare and the treat complex diseases.
Mayo Clinic’s decision to choose Oracle was driven by Oracle’s capabilities to offer a comprehensive solution on a consolidated administrative platform. The Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications offer supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, and HR. PwC is Mayo Clinic’s implementation partner, and will help the organization acquire a 360-degree visibility of its finances, supply chain management, forecasting, and financial planning. It will also help improve the organization’s human resources management and deliver a seamless employee experience.
"At Mayo Clinic, patients come to us for answers and treatments they can't get anywhere else. To enable our teams to focus on patients while transforming the way health care is delivered, it's critical to have the right administrative infrastructure to support our business. As a partner with deep health care experience, we chose Oracle Cloud to simplify processes that enable our teams to deliver unparalleled experiences."
- Dennis Dahlen, Mayo Clinic's chief financial officer
Steve Miranda, executive vice president of applications development, Oracle, added, “The healthcare industry has seen and continues to power through significant disruption brought on by the pandemic, and the need to deliver best-in-class medicine and quality of care remains critical. We are committed to being a valuable partner within the healthcare industry and look forward to helping Mayo Clinic streamline its business tools to further enable its teams to focus on what truly matters: caring for patients."