NIH plans new government-wide HIT contract; McKesson acquires radiology workflow management vendor peerVue;

> The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center is seeking industry input as it plans a new government-wide contracting vehicle that's temporarily titled "Chief Information Officer - NEW (CIO-NEW), the agency said. Brief

> McKesson Corp. has acquired peerVue Inc., a vendor of radiology workflow management software, for an undisclosed sum, according to Health Data Management. Brief

> In an interview with Business Insider, Mayfield Fund's managing director Tim Chang explains why he's bullish on personal healthcare tracking. The venture capitalist is known for investing in the mobile, gaming, digital media and enterprise applications sectors. Interview

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