CACI awarded contract for VA's T4 program; L.A. Care Health Plan to implement Web portal for e-Clinical consults;

> NextGen Healthcare Information Systems will distribute eHealth solutions to ambulatory and inpatient organizations for MEDSEEK, under an agreement announced Friday. Press release

> CACI International last week was awarded a contract to support the Department of Veterans Affairs Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4) program. Announcement

> Los Angeles-based insurer L.A. Care Health Plan will implement a secure Web portal for e-Clinical consultations starting in early 2012, Health Data Management reports. The plan serves roughly 900,000 beneficiaries. Article

> Medtronic ($MDT) has given Yale University a $2.5 million grant to independently review the safety and effectiveness of its recombinant bone morphogenic protein-2 product, which stimulates bone formation. FierceMedicalDevices

And Finally... Here's hoping she passed the exam. Article

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