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CCHIT plans to develop and share IT framework for ACOs

CCHIT announces that it will develop and publish healthcare IT framework recommendations to support an ACO model.

Community Hospital CIS Market Share 2012: Small Hospitals, Big Changes

KLAS releases a new report on community hospital market share shows the largest growth for Epic, Cerner, CPSI and Healthland in the under-200 bed market segment.

Piedmont Healthcare and WellStar Health System Partner on Health Plan

Piedmont Healthcare and Wellstar Health System announce plans to offer a health system-based insurance plan starting in 2014. Hospital executives report a need for greater access to patient data to support a population health model of care.

New Horizons Health Systems, Inc. Moves Away from Current HIT Provider and Selects Healthland EHR Technology

New Horizon Health System, a 25-bed critical access hospital in Owenton, Kentucky selects Healthland’s Centriq EHR.

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