What You Should Know: – Cerner launches new Video Visit platform for CommunityWorks clients at no cost through 2021 to support rural health organizations. Today in honor of National Rural Health Day, Cerner has announced the launch of their new telehealth offering to support rural… Read More »Cerner Launches Video Visit Platform for CommunityWorks Clients
What You Should Know: – Intermountain Healthcare and Sanford Health sign a letter of intent to merge that will created a combined health system employing more than 89k people at 70 hospitals and 435 clinics across seven states. Intermountain Healthcare and Sanford Health, one of… Read More »Intermountain, Sanford Health Signs Intent to Merge
Irv Lichtenwald, President & CEO of Medsphere Systems Corporation In the late 1940s, the United Kingdom was busily reassembling country and what remained of the empire in the aftermath of World War II. Among many revelations, the war had convinced Britain’s leaders of the need… Read More »COVID-19 Underscores Why Certain Aspects of the American Healthcare System Should Change Forever
What You Should Know: – Cerner announced a new offering, CommunityWorks Foundations aimed at reducing costs and speeding up the implementation process for Rural and Critical Access Hospitals. – This much-needed offering caters to small rural healthcare providers, who often face challenges such as geographic… Read More »Cerner Launches New Cloud-Based Offering for Rural and Critical Access Hospitals
Ernie Ianace, EVP Sales and Marketing at VitalTech “The numbers don’t lie,” is a famous old adage and quite appropriate with regard to the rapid rise and deployment of telehealth solutions in the medical community. It may have taken a global pandemic for society to… Read More »Telehealth’s Time Has Come. And It’s Here to Stay.
Episode 133 of Health in 2 Point 00 is brought to you by the letter P — that’s P for PBMs, of course. In this episode, Jess and I talk about Genome Medical extending their series B and getting another $14 million on top of… Read More »