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Kit Check, a company that provides automated hospital pharmacy kit processing software, announced that its customers have tagged and tracked over 500,000 medications with its cloud-based software solution, saving hospitals an estimated 35,000 man-hours.

Kmart will offer LDM Group’s PharmacistCare and CarePoints messaging solutions to pharmacists and patients to improve medication adherence.

Target launched the Simplicity Challenge, a nationwide search for innovative ideas to simplify health care. The challenge seeks ideas in two categories: one for a solution that helps people make positive lifestyle and prevention choices, while the other will gather ways to help people live well with a chronic condition.

SoloHealth announced that its SoloHealth Station wellness kiosks have surpassed the 30-million mark for consumer engagements, averaging more than 130,000 users per day. The company says it’s pacing 10 million users per quarter and projecting 40M annually.

ICA, a provider of interoperability solutions for health care organizations, launched SmartAlerts, a technology service that sends near real-time notifications about high-risk patients, and helps health care providers reduce readmission occurrences by using predictive analysis of this data.

Montage Healthcare Solutions, a provider of radiology analytics and data mining tools, was chosen as the semifinal candidate for the 2013 edition of the Minnies, an annual event recognizing excellence in medical imaging, in the Best New Radiology Software and Best New Radiology Imaging Vendor categories.

The Appalachian Regional Healthcare System implemented Sunrise Clinical Manager (SCM), an EHR system from Allscripts, to facilitate care coordination, connectivity, and uniform graphical interface of electronic medical records across the board.

Intel-GE Care Innovations received FDA clearance for its cloud based remote care coordination platform, Connect RCM. The solution aims to eliminate the need of telehealth hardware, reduce remote care costs, and expand telehealth adoption.

The State of New Hampshire received $400K in grant to implement a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP). The grant was awarded to the NH Department of Justice by the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

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