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Confidential medical records from Bronx-Lebanon Hospital exposed online by vendor’s error

Bronx-Lebanon Hospital exposes “tens of thousands or even millions” of patient records after a contractor misconfigures its rsync backup.

Teladoc Announces First Quarter 2017 Results

Teladoc reports Q1 results: revenue climbed 60 percent to $43 million, while net losses remained flat. EPS –$0.30 vs. –$0.40, beating analyst expectations on both. Share prices jumped 25 percent on the news.

Intelligent Medical Objects Awarded Patent for Industry-leading Medical Terminology Solution

IMO receives a patent for its “concept-based” terminology management solution.

Cambridge trust set for IT services market test decision this summer

In England, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust announces that it will make a decision on its IT outsourcing contract by the end of summer.

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