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Healthcare Information Technology: Trends and Transformations

Greenway releases results of an expansive survey of the HIT marketplace, including within its findings that 50 percent of surveyed hospitals say they have no ACO plans.

US firms drawing a line on after-hours email

The Advisory Board Company is featured in an article about its corporate e-mail policy which prohibits employees from checking company e-mail after business hours.

Health Information Technology; HIT Policy Committee: Request for Comment Regarding the Stage 3 Definition of Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)

ONC initiates a 45-day Request for Comment period for Stage 3 Meaningful Use rules, starting this week and ending on January 14.

Quest Diagnostics’ CEO Hosts Investor Day

Quest Diagnostics, parent company of ChartMaxx and Care360EHR, announces that it will re-evaluate its EHR business strategy in an effort to focus on its core business, diagnostic information services.

Epic Systems Corporation, Applicant v.McKesson Technologies, Inc.

Epic receives a 30-day extension for a Supreme Court appeal request it is preparing in response to the recent “induced infringement” case it lost in the Federal Court of Appeals.

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