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QPID Launches EHR Search Engine

QPID, an EHR search engine, analytics, and real-time reporting tool for EHRs, launches appropriately enough on Valentine’s Day. The venture is a Massachusetts General Hospital spinoff and will be led by CEO Mike Doyle, formerly of Medsphere.

North Memorial Health Care Reduces Unnecessary Early-term Deliveries by 75 Percent with Adaptive Data Warehouse from Health Catalyst

North Memorial’s use of Health Catalyst technology reduces its rate of elective pre-39 week deliveries by 75 percent in just six months, from 1.2 percent to 0.3 percent of all births.

TeraMedica Signs Agreement with Vanderbilt University Medical Center for its Evercore Vendor Neutral Architecture

Vanderbilt University Medical Center will implement TeraMedica’s Evercore Clinical Enterprise Suite to archive radiology and cardiology images across the health system.

PeriGen, Inc. Names American Journal of OBGYN Editor-In-Chief Thomas J. Garite MD, Chief Clinical Officer

Perinatal clinical decision support vendor PeriGen appoints Thomas J. Garite, MD as chief clinical officer. He is editor-in-chief of the American Journal of OBGYN.

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