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House panel blasts DoD for overlooking VistA

After cancelling iEHR plans, DoD is facing pressure to consider VistA as an alternative that would allow DoD and the VA to continue with plans of adopting a single system. DoD has instead issued a RFI for a commercial solution, leaving many speculating that they will follow the Coast Guard’s path toward Epic.

Why Vocera Communications Shares Tumbled

Vocera announces Q4 results: revenue increased 24 percent to $27 million, EPS was $0.10 vs $0.07. Stock dropped almost 10 percent after guidance was adjusted for first-quarter forecasts. Vocera reported guidance of $23 million to $25 million, far less than analyst expectations of $28 million.

Kaiser Permanente Ventures and CHV Capital Participate in $8M Extension of $41M Series B Investment in Health Catalyst

Health Catalyst adds $8 million toward its $41 million Series B round, with contributions from Kaiser Permanente and CHV Capital.
 
Resolute Health selects Allscripts Electronic Health Record

Currently in construction, Resolute Health Hospital, of New Braunfels TX selects Allscripts as its EHR in preparation for its spring 2014 opening.

St. Vincent’s Health Partners, Inc. Selects McKesson To Help Reduce Risk and Drive Better Health

St. Vincent’s Health Partners will implement McKesson’s new population health application, recently secured through the McKesson’s acquisition of MedVentive.

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  1. Allscripts keeps hammering out good news. How many CIOs/CFOs/CEOs are considering an Allscripts product for their health system?

    Thanks and have a good wkend.







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