EHR system aligns with telemonitoring program; CDC seeks provider for national safety network;

> NextGen Healthcare Information Systems announced a partnership with Nipro TruResult to enable NexGen's electronic health record to automatically download Nipro's blood glucose monitoring information remotely from patients being home monitored for diabetes. The information will enable EHR users to have instant access to patients' information and provide treatment more quickly. Article

> The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is in the market for a service provider to implement the National Health Information Network Direct Transport Protocol for its National Healthcare Safety Network. Quotations for this small business set aside are due September 12, 2012. Announcement

> Providers in the market for anesthesia information management systems (AIMS) increasingly are moving to systems that can integrate with their electronic health record systems, according to a new study by KLAS Research. Interest in AIMS systems has jumped 35 percent; KLAS predicts that there will be more activity in this market segment. Announcement

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