A new digital health company — spun out from Providence’s Digital Innovation Group — has raised $20 million in its first funding round. The company offers a platform that aims to help providers coordinate and manage digital care services.
In a wide-ranging interview, UAB Health System CIO Joan Hicks shared some of the projects on her list for the year ahead, and how remote work has affected her team as well as IT hiring prospects in Alabama.
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Meditech continues to hold the largest EMR market share in Canada, but it is losing customers — mostly to Epic, which has seen a rapid rise in popularity, a new KLAS report shows. The report delves into market share data and customer satisfaction insights to… Read More »Epic v Cerner v Meditech v Allscripts: Who is winning Canada’s EHR Battle?
The technology provider for independent primary care practices plans to use the new funds to further invest in its core platform and add new solutions, such as billing and patient collections capabilities.
Launching in 2021, the ONC’s Project US@ aims to enhance efforts to correctly link patients with their health data — a key part of interoperability — by standardizing the way patients’ mailing addresses are formatted.
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