Wow. A New York Times reporter has the opportunity to learn and write about Epic (one of the most important medical technology companies in the world) and this is what they come up with?!?!
The first half of the article is spent on superficial descriptions of the company and its campus. The second half is not much better. Not until the last few paragraphs does the author get to an important health information-related issue--interoperability.
It seems like this author had a nice trip to Epic's headquarters but don't look to this article for any in-depth information or analysis.