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Addenbrooke’s and Rosie hospitals’ patients ‘put at risk’

In England, the Care Quality Commission inspects Cambridge University Hospitals Trust, Epic’s sole UK customer, and finds that the implementation negatively affected the hospitals “ability to report, highlight, and take action on data” and caused medications to be incorrectly prescribed.

The Future of Emergency Department Information Systems

Peer60 publishes a report on the EDIS market, finding that 32 percent of respondents plan to switch ED vendors, with Meditech leading in market share and Epic leading in replacement vendor mind share.

FDA Announces First-ever Patient Engagement Advisory Committee

The FDA launches a new patient engagement advisory committee made up of nine voting members who are experts in clinical research, primary care patient experience, and the health care needs of patient groups.

Adventist Health System to pay $118 mln to settle fraud claims

Adventist Health System (FL) will pay $118 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that it paid kickbacks to providers in exchange for referrals.

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