Cerner

Money
By Bernie Monegain 10:45 am April 21, 2015
It seems that all anyone had to do was ask. Just a few days after ONC reprimanded EHR vendors for charging fees for exchanging patient data, Epic CEO Judy Faulkner reportedly announced at HIMSS15 that Epic would drop fees until at least 2020.
Rocket blast off
By Bernie Monegain 10:34 am April 17, 2015
Health IT giant Cerner is working with Geisinger Health System and xG Health Solutions, Geisinger's commercial spinoff, to enable the use of emerging SMART on FHIR industry standards.
smartphone with apps coming out
By Frank Irving 06:59 pm April 14, 2015
Have a great idea for a new way to interact with EHR data? An emerging platform enables you to build your own app or use another from an open community.
Apple watches
By Eric Wicklund 06:43 pm April 13, 2015
One of the hottest mHealth devices at HIMSS15 isn't even available yet.
brain
By Henry Powderly 08:02 pm April 12, 2015
Intermountain Healthcare CFO Albert Zimmerli cut to the chase: hospitals have a lousy track record with revenue cycles and that means there's a huge opportunity to get it right.
Consumer with smartphone
By Chris Anderson 08:08 am April 12, 2015
An emerging company plans to showcase new apps at HIMSS15 for mobile health monitoring and decision support.
Touchscreen
By Chris Anderson 08:06 am April 10, 2015
Building out its FusionFX patient portal, Harris Healthcare Solutions new mobile app essentially enables users to view their health data from just about anywhere.
Crowd of people
By Mike Miliard 11:00 am April 09, 2015
About five dozen provider sites across 15 states are currently live with services from CommonWell Health Alliance, the vendor-led interoperability initiative. On Thursday, the group says it plans to grow that number to 5,000 nationwide in 2015.
Docs and execs
By Bernie Monegain 11:07 am April 08, 2015
Rival EHR giants Cerner Corporation and Epic Systems have joined iPatientCare as CMS Designated Test EHR Program participants.
Diabetes testing
By Bernie Monegain 10:31 am April 08, 2015
A Series B round of funding has netted $20 million for digital startup Livongo Health, which will use the funding to further develop its platform and grow the market for its diabetes management program.

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