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IBM Watson
By 10:54 am May 06, 2015
IBM Watson Health is collaborating with Epic and Mayo Clinic to apply cognitive computing capabilities of Watson to EHRs, and also with 14 cancer institutions to reduce from weeks to minutes the ability to translate DNA insights.
Cleveland Clinic
By 11:05 am May 05, 2015
Cleveland Clinic is the latest world-class provider to make its analytics algorithms available on Apervita, enabling other health providers to put some of its knowledge to work improving their own outcomes.
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By 10:17 am May 05, 2015
IBM announced Monday it had completed the acquisition of Dallas-based population health company Phytel. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Caduceus
By 02:57 pm April 29, 2015
After a year of listening to patients, innovators, researchers, providers, consumers and regulators, Energy and Commerce Committee leaders from both parties have released a draft bill aimed at furthering its work on the 21st Century Cures initiative.
IBM
By 10:34 am April 14, 2015
IBM will be buying population health company Phytel and Cleveland Clinic spinoff Explorys, a cloud-base data analytics company. The technology giant announced the pending acquisitions at a late afternoon news conference at HIMSS15 on Monday.
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By 08:03 am March 25, 2015
Cloud CRM vendor set to unveil collaboration platform it claims offers "a 360-degree view of patient and provider details."
Illustration of man putting money in piggy bank
By 09:43 am March 09, 2015
The Forbes 2015 list of the richest people on the planet has become longer this year with the addition of even more billionaires. We found five health IT pioneers on the list you've probably heard of.
Cleveland Clinic
By 10:16 am February 23, 2015
Cleveland Clinic has partnered with a cable TV giant to form an alliance that aims to expand the reach of healthcare beyond the hospital, into a mall kiosk, a mobile phone or a patient's home.
Computer and tools
By 11:14 am February 20, 2015
Healthcare organizations willing to break the tried-and-true approach to acquiring IT products are creating applications that are more closely aligned with their needs. And potentially getting equity in a successful startup.
People
By 01:47 pm February 10, 2015
As the data needs of clinical analytics mount, some vendors are revving the engines with more horsepower.

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