Current news includes eFax’s Going Green campaign, Azalea Health closed Series B round of funding, CynergisTek reporting another record growth period, drchrono Inc. announces partnership with AHIMA, Kno2 is collaborating with Aprima, and Arista MD completed Series A round funding. Check out all the news.Read More
This week’s HIE rundown includes: ONC launches the Interoperability Proving Ground (IPG), Caradigm announced the launch of Open Exchange, and DataMotion Health announces new platform capabilities for sharing info & communicating.
Health information exchange is happening all around. This week’s HIE rundown includes: Entrada unveils major update to mobile productivity platform, Indiana Health Information Exchange and Franciscan Alliance partner to enhance interoperability, & Medfusion launches first consumer mobile app to simplify healthcare records.
Modernizing Medicine announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire gMed. The acquisition is expected to increase Modernizing Medicine’s gastroenterology market share and anticipates closing the transaction in Q3.
This week’s rundown includes DataMotion and Infor implementing direct messaging, eHealth Technologies and Orion Health announce partnership, and Spok, Inc. releases its latest secure texting app.
This week’s Rundown includes Omnicell enhances its Unity enterprise platform, TIBCO Software has entered into a marketing agreement with Secure Exchange Solutions, & DataMotion continues strong momentum in healthcare.
DataMotion, an HISP, announced it has joined the National Association for Trusted Exchange. NATE is a not-for-profit association enabling consumers to securely access and share their health information with their family care providers, doctors and others that they trust, leading to improvements in engagement, safety and outcomes.
This week’s Rundown includes: MetroChicago HIE, Indiana HIE partnering with DataMotion, Mana Health Launches ManaCloud Platform, NMHIC Launches Platform to Expand Patient Data Sharing, and more.
By Andy Nieto – The HITECH Act “Gold Rush” began on February 17, 2009, when the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act went into effect. Just like the prospectors of the 1800s who migrated out west in search of wealth, technology companies have been looking to “cash in” on Meaningful Use dollars for the last five years.