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ArborMetrix, a provider of health care analytics solutions, partnered with Physician Resource Management (PRM), an oncology management services provider, to develop a platform for health plans by integrating PRM’s protocol and program management with ArborMetrix’s clinical oncology analytics.

According to a new study, senior living communities, that have remote monitoring technology with emergency response capabilities, have lower discharge rates for acute care requirements, higher productivity, and better return on investment.

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), India, unveiled the Mercury Nimbus Suite, a set of software designed to deliver telemedicine services across the country using public and private cloud computing services.

Inovalon, a health care analytics company, partnered with Allscripts, to provide solutions for improving clinical outcomes and financial performance integrating Allscript’s EHR products with Inovalon’s payer analytics software.

OmniMD, an ambulatory EHR vendor, donated its electronic health record software, valued at $7.6M, to Quinnipiac University, to help train its medical and nursing students for the next four years.

HHS launched a website to help providers engage patients in determining the best way to share their electronic information. The site, called the Meaningful Consent site, provides “strategies and tools” to providers.

Kaiser uses a mock hospital for technology trial runs, the MIT Technology Review reports. The 37,000-square-foot Garfield Innovation Center is where Kaiser sends groups of doctors, nurses and others to brainstorm and test new technology ideas.

NextDocs, a provider of regulated content management and compliance solutions, announced a $13.5 million round of investments and funding commitments. The funding round was led by OpenView Venture Partners.

MyFitnessPal announced an initiative that will integrate MyFitnessPal with Cigna’s health coaching programs. This partnership gives customers the ability to share their diet and exercise activity with their coach.

A new clinician-facing app that uses cognitive behavioral therapy to improve engagement amongst patients with eating disorders is coming out of beta testing. The app, called Recovery Record, allows clinicians to check patient diaries and provide custom goals, coping tactics and meal plans.

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