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UnitedHealth deal draws concern

Sen. Orin Hatch raises concerns with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about the acquisition of an IT company that will help build the federal insurance exchange citing potential conflicts of interest.

Guilford business brings telemedicine to the workplace

Online diabetic consultations with physicians from Tufts University were provided to remotely located employees working for a Maine based wood products company.

Dalcon changes name to Amplion, adopts new hospital alert mission

Dalcom Communications Systems raises $3.75 million, changes its name to Amplion Clinical Communications and reinvents business mission to target clinical communications market.

Digital Health Entrepreneur Survey

A survey of health entrepreneurs identifies reimbursement, government, and Epic/Cerner as being the top three barriers to health innovation.

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