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One of the nation’s largest health systems drops Cerner

Florida-based AdventHealth, renamed from Adventist Health System just over a year ago, will replace Cerner with Epic.

VA delays rollout of new electronic health record

The VA pushes back its scheduled March 28 Cerner go-live at Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center (WA) until at least the end of April.

Intuitive Surgical Expands Into Hospital Informatics With Orpheus Medical Acquisition

Da Vinci robotic surgery system vendor Intuitive Surgical acquires Orpheus Medical, which offers a video documentation system for surgery.

3M Sues IBM in Contract Spat Over Health-Care Software

3M’s Health Information Systems division accuses IBM and its Truven Health Analytics business of using 3M software to sell data to customers without the proper licensing agreements.

Malware attack disables medical records at Children’s Hospital affiliates

Malware causes a system outage across facilities associated with the Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Boston Children’s Hospital.



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