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Atos acquires 3 key healthcare consulting companies in the US

France-based Atos acquires three US health IT consulting firms: Pursuit Healthcare Advisors, Conduent’s Healthcare Provider Consulting business, and Conduent’s Breakaway Group business.

IBM to Congress: Watson will transform health care, so keep your hands off our supercomputer

IBM is actively lobbying Congress to minimize regulatory oversight of artificial intelligence.

HCH replacing Electronic Health Records system

Hiawatha Hospital Association announces plans to migrate from McKesson Paragon to Athenahealth for its hospital EHR.

Willis-Knighton Health System statement: Board supports CEO James Elrod

Willis-Knighton Health System (LA) Chief Cardiologist Michael G. Futrell, MD resigns following a failed vote of no confidence in the hospital’s 52-years-long CEO James Elrod. The board voted to keep the embattled CEO in place, despite criticism that he has shown “resistance to changing with the times and refusal to upgrade the hospital system’s information systems.”



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