"Epic makes software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals and integrated healthcare organizations – working with customers that include community hospitals, academic facilities, children's organizations, safety net providers and multi-hospital systems. Our integrated software spans clinical, access and revenue functions and extends into the home."
So they make software for hospitals, etc., that makes it so that your medical records can be accessed no matter where you travel and which hospital you go to.
ANYWAYS, Nathan finished a phone interview and then they asked him to come out for a face to face interview in... Wisconsin! He went and wowed them and voilà! They offered him a job! His job title will be Implementation Consultant/Project Manager. They "work with clients to get their systems up and running. They analyze client needs, develop strategies tailored to a specific healthcare organization, configure the system and ensure a successful implementation of (Epics) software". They also travel.... a lot. But fortunately for me Sarah and her family live out there as well as my parents living only a couple hours away. I'm so excited that Nathan has a job lined up! His official start date is May 2nd. And yes, his graduation date is April 22nd. So yes, that means as soon as he graduates we are LEAVING Provo! HOORAY! I'm so excited to move on with our lives. So here we go. We're moving to