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New system for patient records in place at Carthage hospital

Mercy McCune-Brooks hospital, a 52-bed critical access hospital in Missouri, goes live on Epic.

$1 million grant to health group aimed at improving continuity of care throughout South Jersey

NJSHINE receives a $1 million grant to connect seven southern New Jersey hospitals in a health information exchange network.

CFO Outlook for 2013 Grim

Hospital CFOs report financially uncertain times as they look toward 2013. With pressure coming from government mandates and insurance denial management systems, CFOs express concern over the year to come.

AwarePoint Lands $4,000,000 New Financing Round

RTLS technology vendor AwarePoint nets $4 million in a new financing round from an undisclosed investor.

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