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Netsmart lands deal to deliver EHR to national behavioral health provider

Compass Health Network (MO), a national non-profit behavioral health network, signs a 10-year agreement to implement Netsmart’s behavioral health EHR and an interoperability platform that will allow it to exchange data with local practices and hospitals.

Upcoming Apple Watch to include game-changing health features

A widely-cited BGR article reports that the next Apple Watch will include non-invasive glucose monitoring technology, a rumor that it attributes to a single, anonymous source.

The Verdict Is In! BiAffect Takes Home The Grand Prize

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announces that BiAffect is the winner of its Mood Challenge, a contest soliciting ResearchKit-based studies of mood and its impact on health and wellbeing.

New York’s single-payer healthcare plan passes in state Assembly

New York’s state Assembly passes The New York Health Act, a single-payer health insurance healthcare bill that would provide universal coverage statewide. The bill has passed the Assembly three times in the past, but has yet to clear the Senate, where the current version will now be sent.

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