Cloud computing

By Bernie Monegain 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 Bernie Monegain 10:24 am April 07, 2015
After a sustained period of steady growth, venture capital funding in the health IT and digital health space dropped by about 35 percent in Q1 2015. The top deal for the quarter? Health Catalyst.
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By John Andrews 04:56 pm April 06, 2015
Companies join forces to offer a range of cloud-based services including administrative, clinical, financial, EHR and practice management, all designed for large-scale ambulatory practices.
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By Tom Sullivan 02:33 pm April 06, 2015
ADP’s AdvancedMarketplace will help providers find mobile solutions in what the vendor describes as a distraction-free environment.
By Rick Cook 07:59 am March 27, 2015
Software giant aims to help clinicians adjust to changing landscape with analytics, cloud and mobile software tools.
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By John Andrews 09:58 am March 26, 2015
In five short years, the cloud has evolved from a curious, unproven concept to almost a way of life in healthcare. Advancements in technology and more widespread acceptance from providers have made it an integral part of the IT landscape.
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By Tom Sullivan 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."
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By Stephanie Bouchard 12:41 pm March 24, 2015
(SPONSORED) Once customers are riding on the "Power of the Network," what do they want to do when they get there? The only way to achieve secure "anywhere" access and enable efficient, real-time communication and information exchange is through the cloud.
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By Bernie Monegain 11:21 am March 24, 2015
The time is ripe for "3rd Platform" EHRs, according to IDC -- which sees some movement toward these newer, more flexible and mostly cloud-based systems in the unique deal athenahealth struck with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center this past month.
By Erin McCann 11:05 am March 20, 2015
A cloud-based EHR company in Florida is getting a venture capital boost after IBM announced it was making an investment. One plan is to build off its platforms, including a real-time clinical decision support app powered by Watson.

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