Health IT Business News – September 8, 2022

Trending News

NextGen Healthcare Announces Intention to Become a Qualified Health Information Network
NextGen Healthcare, Inc. (@nextgen), a provider of innovative, cloud-based healthcare technology solutions, announced that it will apply to become a Qualified Health Information Network (QHIN) under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) in a move that underscores the company’s commitment to interoperability.

Product News

QGenda Expands ProviderCloud® Platform with Enterprise Credentialing to Support Faster Provider Onboarding and Deployment
QGenda, an innovator in provider operations and healthcare workforce management, announced the launch of QGenda Credentialing. By automating provider credentialing, privileging, and payer enrollment, health systems can significantly reduce administrative time as well as improve data accuracy and compliance.

FDB Launches FDB Navigo™ — a Smarter, Holistic Approach to Optimize Clinical Guidance for Retail Pharmacy
FDB (@FDB_US), a provider of drug knowledge that helps healthcare professionals make precise decisions, announced the launch of FDB Navigo™, a cloud-based solution that introduces a smarter, holistic approach to clinical guidance for medication safety risks. FDB Navigo provides retail pharmacists with targeted, consolidated and actionable clinical guidance at the most optimal time in their workflow.

Luna Unveils Program for Orthopaedic Practices to Reduce Post-Acute Care Costs by 55-70%
Luna (@getlunacare), an in-home physical therapy (PT) platform, announces the launch of a value-based savings program for orthopaedic practices to reduce post-acute care costs by 55-70%.

Ordr Clinical Defender 8.1 Delivers a Full-Lifecycle Vulnerability Management Platform Optimized for HTM
Ordr (@ordrofthings), a company in connected device security, announced Ordr Clinical Defender 8.1, providing Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) teams a full-lifecycle vulnerability management platform to more efficiently prioritize and address risks for their connected medical devices.

Reveleer Launches Risk Adjustment 2.0: New AI-Driven Coding Capabilities for Health Plans and Risk-Bearing Providers
Reveleer (@reveleer), a healthcare technology company using intelligent automation to empower data driven healthcare for payers in all lines of business, announced the launch of Reveleer for Risk 2.0. (Risk 2.0), the revolutionary and only end-to-end cloud-based platform for clinical data acquisition and coding for health plans nationwide.

Hello Heart Announces a Groundbreaking Feature for Managing Cholesterol, Becoming the First and Only Digital Therapeutic to Tackle Whole-Heart Health
Hello Heart (@HelloHeartApp), the only digital therapeutic that focuses exclusively on heart health, announced a new cholesterol management feature, designed to empower people to improve their heart health.

Collaboration News

Clarify Health Expands Strategic Partnership with Datavant to Connect Real-World Data and First-Party Data Across Life Sciences
Clarify Health (@ClarifyHealth), a cloud analytics and value-based payments platform company, and Datavant, a company helping organizations securely connect health data, announced an expanded collaboration to enable life sciences companies to connect their proprietary, first-party data in Clarify’s AI-powered Atlas analytics platform to improve clinical development and commercial operations.

Envision and Aira Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance Envision Glasses for People who are Blind or Have Low Vision
Envision (@LetsEnvision), the award-winning assistive technology innovator, announced its partnership with Aira (@airaio), the worldwide leader for visual interpreting services, adding the live, professional service to the Envision Glasses.

Honeywell To Collaborate With Leading Health Providers To Advance Digitalization Of Healthcare Globally
Honeywell (@honeywell) announced its commitment to developing technology-led solutions for the future of healthcare delivery. Building on its deep expertise in the hospital setting, Honeywell signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with two leading healthcare companies with further collaborations to potentially follow in the United States and around the world.

FTC investigating Amazon’s $3.9B purchase of One Medical
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Amazon’s $3.9 billion acquisition of the primary health organization One Medical, a move that could delay the completion of the deal.