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The 25 most valuable US startups that failed this year

Business Insider lists “The 25 Most Valuable US Startups that Failed This Year,” including four health technology companies that raised a combined $1.1 billion.

The Chopraj Group Launches Imperativ, Inc., Delivering Unique Artificial Intelligence For Healthcare

Industry long-timer and neurosurgeon Gopal Chopra, MBBS, MBA launches healthcare AI company Imperativ.

CommonWell Health Alliance Announces General Availability of Carequality Connection

CommonWell announces GA of its connection to Carequality two years after the organizations announced a connectivity agreement.

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  1. No such thing as bad PR, i guess?

    If I was Cerner (or CommonWell … is there a difference anymore?) I would not want to draw attention to the fact that we – the largest EHR vendor in the world – are more than two years late giving our customers the option to connect to the rest of the world: August 2016: https://sequoiaproject.org/patient-record-sharing-increases-using-carequality-interoperability-framework/

    If you’re going to drum up excitement for the “golden spike”, you’re going to invite reasonable questions like:
    — Why isn’t the DoD connected 2 years post-live?
    — How many Cerner sites are live on Carequality?
    — How many Cerner sites are even live on CommonWell?

    For a true “golden spike”, don’t there need to be trains running on both sides? Maybe “Bridge to Nowhere” would’ve been a more apt metaphor.







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