AMA tests new web services for doctors; Health IT deal volumes fell during Q1 '09

> The American Medical Association is pilot-testing a group of web services for doctors, including e-prescribing, which will represent a big step up from its current list of services. FierceHealthIT

> Health IT deal volumes fell during the first quarter of this year, despite the high hopes of analysts watching the sector. FierceHealthIT

> Though public health officials are still wrangling over whether the current outbreak of swine flu is a pandemic, the news of a potential pandemic has already gotten pharma investors in a buyin' mood. FiercePharma

> Surgeon/MBA Dr. Kenneth Cohn suggests a range of ways hospitals can use collaboration to not only improve community health but build their bottom lines as well. Hospital Impact


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