Veritas just bought GE Healthcare's Value-Based Care division, which has the GE rev cycle, Ambulatory EMR, and workforce management products. Veritas has no need for two sets of products that do exactly the same thing, so can bet your job that there will be consolidation of the product lines, where possible. Expect some products will go end-of-life and layoffs where there can be no consolidation, or they are not otherwise interested in retaining.
My bet is that the AthenaHealth products largely win out because they are already cloud-based and GE has never gotten their cloud act (not to mention software development) together. GE's products have HORRIBLE customer satisfaction ratings and numerous product quality issues.
Bumped from @W6HCeqd-3gex for making a good point.