Health data banks are worth more than software in health IT mergers, and holders of data are moving to take advantage.
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ELLKAY has launched an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) conversion service, making it easier for hospitals and clinics to change vendors.
Open source is not just for software any more.
Compliance technology also has to fight the crazy
For medical education to successfully make a transition to a video game metaphor, a lot of its rules need to change.
Datacap will be able to integrate with IBM's FileNet into a complete library acquisition strategy.
Clinics are choosing masters this summer, and Humana is now in that game.
What the two companies don't seem to want, and if you think about it a moment you will see why, is any unnecessary detail packed into new laws written by the Congress.
In addition to seeing fewer deaths heart patients' quality of life improved, and overall health costs actually went down.
UnitedHealth is building a suite it can offer other insurers as well as clinics and hospitals, helping the former build cost-efficient networks and discover efforts to skirt the rules, assuring compliance for the latter.