Surgical assessment calculators save millions of dollars, improve patient care; Revolution Health kills its PHR;

> While entering surgical complication risks into a calculator may seem simplistic, doing so has reduced complications to the tune of $3 million annually for hospitals participating in the program. FierceHealthcare

> So much for the Revolution. Revolution Health, a much-hyped venture of AOL co-founder Steve Case, is terminating one of its signature products, an online personal health record for the masses. FierceHealthFinance

> Ironwood Pharmaceuticals finally made its long-awaited leap into the public market, but ended up falling far short of its very ambitious goal. The developer ended up selling 16.7 million shares at $11.25 each, well below its $14 to $16 target. That amounted to the biggest price cut for an IPO this year, but Ironwood nevertheless raised $188 million through an offering that valued the company at $1.1 billion. FierceBiotech

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