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Accent on Integration

At MUSE on Wednesday, Iatric Systems will announce the acquisition of the business assets of Accent on Integration. AOI’s products and services, including the Accelero Connect integration platform, will continue to be marketed by Iatric.

Cerner Announces 2-For-1 Stock Split

Cerner has approved a 2-for-1 stock split effective June 17, a strategy employed to reduce a company’s stock price, as CERN shares approaches $100.

Harper Government Invests in eHealth Innovation

The Canadian government announces that it will encourage the creation of local eHealth initiatives by issuing grants to 16 research projects focused on developing technologies that enable patients to self-manage their conditions via eheath applications.

Direct: Implementation Guidelines to Assure Security and Interoperability: May 2013

ONC releases updated guidelines for Direct HIE implementations that will facilitate a MU Stage 2-compliant exchange of information between organizations.

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  1. RE Morning Headlines: The next time you print headlines for the future, please publish the lottery results! 🙂

    [From Mr H] Looks like Lt. Dan got ahead of himself in dating the post at 5/30 instead of 5/29, probably since he posts at such odd hours. Fixed!







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