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Nuance Communications Posts Q4 Profit

Nuance releases Q4 results, reporting that revenue was up 28 percent with adjusted EPS $0.51 vs. $0.42, beating expectations of $0.48.

CareCloud Appoints Ralph Catalano as Vice President of Operations

CareCloud announces that Ralph Catalano, former athenahealth VP of client development, has joined the company as VP of operations.

Association of Online Patient Access to Clinicians and Medical Records With Use of Clinical Services

A recent JAMA study tracking clinical services consumption before and after implementation of a patient portal concludes that patient access to medical records correlates to an increased use of clinical services.

Aurora Health Care Selects Humedica MinedShare to Support Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Efforts, Joins Anceta to Collaborate with Other Leading Medical Groups

Aurora Health Care partners with Humedica to provide population risk analysis, improve coding accuracy, and develop ambulatory physician scorecards.

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