Boston Scientific inks deals with Vodaphone, AT&T; Thomson Reuters once again trying to sell its healthcare unit;

> Over the last two months, medical-device manufacturer Boston Scientific has signed deals with Vodafone Global Enterprise and AT&T to boost telehealth connectivity in its cardiac devices, InformationWeek Healthcare reports. Article

> A Madison, Wis.-based family practice stopped accepting Medicare patients last year, partially due to the $700,000 pricetag associated with implementing its electronic medical records system, The Capital Times reports. Paul Wertsch, who runs the Wildwood Family Clinic told the newspaper that he only receives about 80 cents on the dollar for Medicare clients. "[E]very time we treat [Medicare patients] we have to dig into our wallets," he said. Article

> After trying--and failing--to sell its healthcare unit last year, Thomson Reuters is taking another crack at selling the data and analytics provider, Reuters reports. According to the article, a deal could be finalized by the end of this month. Article

And Finally... Not exactly a lullaby. Article

Suggested Articles

The COVID-19 pandemic is driving enormous demand for virtual mental health care services. Here is how much utilization has increased during COVID-19.

Ambulatory EHR provider NextGen Healthcare saw its quarterly revenue grew 4% to $140 million and earnings topped Wall Street projections.

Blue Cross NC is launching two new digital programs targeting smoking cessation and Type 2 diabetes management next month at no cost to members.