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> Imprivata, a secure access management software vendor, announced its IPO last week. The offering price will be about $92 million, according to Becker's Hospital ReviewArticle

> In the European Union, a new project is collecting data from people who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries and using the information to build computer models that could improve diagnosis and predict the outcome of treatments. Announcement

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> Why are too many mammograms being performed and too few colonoscopies? That was the question asked by researchers at the recent annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Oncology. Article

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> For the fifth time, the United States' healthcare system ranks last in quality compared to 10 other industrialized Western nations, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. Article

> The continual rise of chief executive officers' paychecks may contribute to inequities in the U.S. economy, a progressive think tank suggests. Article

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