Objective Health scorecard helps hospital execs track performance; GE to unveil IT solution for cardiologists next week;

> Purchase, N.Y.-based WESTMED Medical Group announced a collaboration with health insurer UnitedHealthcare and health technology company Optum to form an accountable care organization, the 220 physician practice announced this week. Announcement

> Healthcare solutions provider Objective Health this week released its Objective Scorecard, intended to help hospital C-suite executives manage performance at their facilities.  According to an announcement, the scorecard collects information from all hospital departments and then uses analytics to identify performance drivers. Announcement

> GE will unveil its Centricity Cardio Enterprise IT solution for cardiologists at the American College of Cardiology's annual meeting next week in Chicago, the company announced today. The solution, according to the announcement, offers cardiologists "a single point of access to patient data, images and reports across the continuum of care." Announcement

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