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Athenahealth has appointed former GE CEO Jeff Immelt as the company's chairman, filling a role previously held by CEO Jonathan Bush.
AMIA and CHIME called for more clarity regarding machine learning software, while CDS Coalition said the FDA's guidance would lead to patient harm.
Cerner posted record bookings in 2017, but earnings and revenue fell short of expectations, in part because of a delay to a contract with the VA.
A Florida District Court judge dismissed a lawsuit against Epic alleging the software vendor's billing system overbilled Medicare and Medicaid.
Clinicians at the VA New England Healthcare System saw the value of anesthesia e-consults, leading to massive increase over a four-year period.
Even though large technology companies have tried and failed to improve access to medical records, Apple's timing couldn't be better.
After posting 13% growth in 2017 revenue, Bush expects double-digit growth to continue in 2018 despite an EHR industry "in the midst of a sugar low."
Advocate Health Care is switching to Epic, aligning the system with Aurora's EHR platform as the two providers finalize a planned merger.
Stanford Medicine's Lloyd Minor is going all-in on digital health, and he believes Apple and Google can help solve healthcare's most vexing problems.
After a three-year backslide in which Meditech saw its revenue drop more than $117 million, the EHR vendor posted a 4% increase in 2017.