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Quality Systems, Inc. Reports Fiscal 2013 Third Quarter Results

Quality Systems, Inc, known to most as the parent company of NextGen, reports Q3 earnings, with revenue up two percent and EPS $0.26 vs. $0.36, missing analyst estimates for both.

Huron Consulting Group Bolsters Huron Healthcare with Strategy and Supply Chain Experts

Huron Consulting Group announces that Jim Agnew (Navigant Consulting) and Jeffrey McLaren (VHA) have joined the company as managing directors in its Huron Healthcare practice.

Vermont becomes first in nation to implement accountable care organization

Officials from Fletcher Allen and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center announce the creation of the nation’s first statewide accountable care organization (ACO), called OneCare Vermont.

GE Healthcare Announces Centricity Practice Solution 11

GE Healthcare announces the release of the next Centricity Practice version, which provides enhancements to help facilitate ICD-10 transitions.

SB 1275 Medical data in an electronic or digital format; limitations on use, storage, sharing, & processing

Republican Senator Stephen H. Martin introduces a bill to the Virginia State Senate which mandates that providers cannot be penalized for refusing to implement an EHR, analytics cannot be performed across multiple patients to manage population health, and organizations are not permitted to participate the Nationwide Health Information Network.

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