NIH launches online database for drugs associated with liver damage; New York Digital Health Accelerator announces inaugural start-up class;

> The National Institutes of Health this week launched a new online database of pharmaceutical drugs associated with liver damage. The LiverTox database has information on more than 700 pharmaceuticals and is free to health researchers. Announcement

> The New York Digital Health Accelerator announced its inaugural class of eight start-up companies this week, according to Forbes. The accelerator raised $4.2 million in investments for those start-ups from several companies, including Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Healthcare Innovation and UnitedHealth Group. Article

> Document Storage System released an open source tool to the Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent that allows clinicians using VistA to search a patient's record for free text data, Government Health IT reported. Article

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