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Bid process ‘stunning’: Management of multimillion-dollar Nova Scotia health records contract questioned

In Canada, the 16-month bidding process for Nova Scotia’s province-wide EHR project comes down to the wire, with Meditech, Epic, Evident, and Harris Healthcare Group failing to make the final cut.

Cerner (CERN) Q3 Earnings Match Estimates

Cerner reports Q3 results: revenue up 5 percent, adjusted EPS $0.63 vs. $0.61, meeting earnings expectations but falling slightly short on revenue.

AWS Opioid Crisis Council Committed to Help Solve the Opioid Epidemic

Shortly after the passage of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, Amazon stresses its commitment to combatting the opioid epidemic via new Alexa capabilities and AWS endeavors.

Black Book™ Announces Eighth Annual Revenue Cycle Management Technology and Outsourcing Solutions Top Client-Rated Honors

Optum360, Waystar, and TruBridge take top spots for customer satisfaction and client experience across multiple categories in Black Book’s latest RCM survey.



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