News & Updates
d-Wise Technologies, a healthcare technology company, partnered with Futrix Health, a healthcare business analytic software solution provider, to provide consulting, implementation and integration services for Futrix Health’s risk management platform across the United States and Europe.
Parascript, an image recognition technology company, received FDA premarket approval for its AccuDetect 6.1 Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) system for digital mammography. AccuDetect is used to identify areas suspicious for breast cancer, and helps radiologists to increase cancer detection rates and lower patient recalls.
Baylor Health Care System was named a winner of the 2013 Tech Titans Technology Adopter Award for its development of add-on modules for Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager, including a physician documentation tool.
A new 24/7 remote monitoring program from the Mayo Clinic may benefit critically ill patients by helping improve care and shorten hospital stays. The Enhanced Critical Care program will offer monitoring at six hospitals across the Mayo Clinic Health System.
IBM plans to move U.S. retirees off its company-sponsored health plan and shift them into new public insurance exchanges as a way of lowering costs. IBM selected Extend Health to provide retirees with new coverage options.
Quality Systems acquired Mirth Corporation, which offers the Mirth Connect open source integration engine. QSI says the acquisition will allow its NextGen Healthcare subsidiary to offer better data exchange capabilities, including participation in HIEs.
New York’s Department of Education will launch a health IT school that combines four years of high school with a two-year technical school. The school will specialize in IT solutions in the health care industry.