Enterprise Resource Planning

By Bernie Monegain 10:17 am July 08, 2016
With an eye toward taking the healthcare supply chain to new levels, UPMC on July 8 launched Pensiamo, a new company whose goal is to help hospitals improve the supply chain, where costs are high and getting higher.
Butterfly emerging
By Darin Brannan 03:17 pm October 07, 2015
Periods of change are when organizations are most vulnerable to security breaches -- especially healthcare entities and the technology vendors that serve them.
By Bernie Monegain 11:51 am August 12, 2015
Close on the heels of acquiring data analytics company CECity for $400 million this past week, Premier is growing again -- announcing Wednesday that it would buy Healthcare Insights for $65 million in cash.
Money and stethoscope
By Bernie Monegain 11:12 am April 20, 2015
The National Institutes of Health's Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center is awarding $20 billion for IT work. The money will be disbursed among 65 companies across the country.
By Bernie Monegain 10:16 am March 18, 2015
Premier aims to take the inaccuracies and inefficiencies out of health organizations' procurement process, with a new software-as-a service tool introduced by the healthcare alliance.
Healthcare icons
By John Andrews 05:02 pm March 06, 2015
At HIMSS15, Infor will showcase tools for streamlining business and clinical operations, and tracking vital resources.
Stethoscope and drawing of lightbulb on chalkboard
By Henry Powderly 04:25 pm March 02, 2015
The two-day event within HIMSS15 will give executives insights about cutting-edge technologies, practicable advice about determining your organization's ability to innovate, and how best to capitalize on the digital revolution.
By Mike Miliard 10:58 am November 18, 2014
MedeAnalytics, which develops business intelligence and revenue cycle technologies, has acquired OnFocus Healthcare, a maker of enterprise performance management tools, for an undisclosed sum.
By Anthony Brino 07:19 am November 05, 2014
There's a new rift opening up between smaller health networks and large, highly-capitalized hospital systems that can afford to eat the high costs of "misjudged" electronic health record purchases while still making other investments in financial software and emerging patient care technologies, according to a new report.
By Bernie Monegain 10:46 am October 27, 2014
Technology company Aramark opened a new Healthcare Technology & Innovation Center in Charlotte, N.C. earlier this month, touting the new venture as a way to drive more efficient ways for hospitals to manage their clinical equipment assets.