Schools combine to offer master's degree in medical informatics; Doximity continues its rapid growth;

> Charleston, S.C.-based Roper St. Francis Healthcare just began work on a new 16,000 square-foot data center that will be used as a "safe harbor" for 40 tons of electronic communications equipment, the system announced last week. The facility was designed to be able to withstand a Category 5 hurricane, as well as an "above-code seismic event." Announcement

> Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology is collaborating with the University of Rochester to offer a joint master's degree in medical informatics, RIT announced this week. Announcement

> In an interview with Health Business Blog author David E. Williams, Doximity CEO Jeff Tangney says that the social networking platform for physicians is adding roughly 1,000 new doctors per week. "As we grow the network, we see that people are finding more people that they know and are more and more likely to use it," Tangney says. Interview

And Finally... Remind me to never buy a pair of pants with this tag on it--better yet, I'll get my wife to remind me. Article

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