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TELUS Health Acquires British Columbia-Based Electronic Medical Record Provider Med Access Inc.

Vancouver, British Columbia-based TELUS Health acquires Med Access Inc., an ambulatory EHR vendor that services 2,000 physicians across Canada. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Impact of Patient Portal Secure Messages and Electronic Visits on Adult Primary Care Office Visits

A new study published in Telemedicine and e-Health follows 2,357 patients for three years following a patient portal implementation and finds that rolling out secure messaging has no impact on total volume of office visits.

Saudi Arabia is Building a Massive Nationwide eHealth Network

Saudi Arabia publishes a 10-year eHealth strategy that calls for an integrated national-wide health information network that will connect 3,500 healthcare facilities, representing 70,000 beds.

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  1. Did anyone figure out what NantHealth really had? They spent quite a bit on a booth and forget to sell iSirona from what I could tell.

    Are they for real and do they have anything really put together for an EHR market that is quickly filling up?

  2. We have a cluster with no direction. Epic dropped as a preffered vendor since we are now selling and competing with selling an EMR with a OS that is vaporwear ‘bright future” hey want some GLO caps – oh you need a new EMR.







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