Looking to the emergency medicine space, this morning interoperable health IT company Medsphere Systems Corporation announced that it is set to acquire Wellsoft, a company that specializes in ED information systems.
As part of the deal Medsphere will be acquiring Wellsoft’s signature product, the Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), which is targeted at improving workflow in EDs and urgent care centers.
Deep Lens, a digital pathology startup particularly focused on cancer trials, has brought in a $13.65 million Series A round, according to an SEC filing. The fundraise was headed by Northpond Ventures with additional support from prior investors Rev1 Ventures, Sierra Ventures and Tamarind-Hill Partners, according to a release.
Microsoft is dropping its HealthVault patient records-management service, the company notified customers via email today, April 5. The service will be shut down on November 20 and any data residing in the service will be deleted after that date.
After its triumph on Jeopardy!, IBM’s AI seemed poised to revolutionize medicine. Doctors are still waiting
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As healthcare organizations rush to take on AI, it is imperative to include in the AI strategy the process-centric approach, which could be a ticket to a sustainable competitive advantage.
The system will be fully open source and designed with newly developed secure hardware to make the system not only impervious to certain kinds of hacking, but also allow voters to verify that their votes were recorded accurately.
Pursuant to New York State (NYS) Public Health Law (PHL) Article 29-G, as recently amended, and Social Services Law (SSL) Section 367-u, NYS Medicaid has expanded coverage of telehealth services to include: 1. additional originating and distant sites; 2. additional telehealth applications (store-and-forward technology, and remote patient monitoring); and 3. additional practitioner types
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Mycroft, the Kansas City-based voice platform company, announced an open source voice-activated private assistant, The Mark II, which the company claimed is an alternative to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
All Things Open starts this Sunday in Raleigh. More than 3,500 have already registered and the speakers are impressive. The event is affordable and priced to allow access and maximize ROI for attendees.
All Things Open
Open Source 101 is a one-day conference covering the processes and tools foundational to open source, open tech, and the open web. Target audience includes developers, technologists and decision makers, and both existing professionals and students of all types. The format includes TED style keynote talks as well as track sessions from industry experts
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