Health IT Business News – September 5, 2017
Auxilio Business Operations to Assume CynergisTek Name
Auxilio Inc. (@AuxilioInc), a provider in healthcare document services and cybersecurity solutions, announced that it has officially assumed the CynergisTek name and the NYSE MKT ticker symbol will become “CTEK”, effective September 8, 2017. CynergisTek was acquired by Auxilio in January of 2017 and has a proven track record of delivering unmatched healthcare expertise and value to its growing client base which includes hundreds of the largest and most prestigious health systems and hospitals in the country. Tweet This
ClearDATA Expands AWS Service Delivery Portfolio
As healthcare organizations continue to migrate their IT infrastructure and data to the cloud, ClearDATA (@cleardatacloud), a healthcare managed cloud provider, has expanded its portfolio of Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions. While the additions address a range of needs, all help healthcare organizations achieve better cost containment and newfound agility in a rigorously secure cloud setting. The additions include AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora.
Rush sues maker of patient monitoring system, says it put safety at risk
Rush University Medical Center spent $18 million on a patient monitoring system that didn’t work as promised and put patient safety at risk, the academic medical center is alleging in a lawsuit against the company that made the system. Rush filed the lawsuit against Pennsylvania-based Draeger Inc., late last week in federal court in Chicago.
ShoCard Secures $4 Million in Funding, Launches Enterprise Identity Solution, ShoBadge
ShoCard (@getshocard), a blockchain-based identity management system (IMS), recently announced $4 million in funding, bringing total funding to $5.5 million, for the rollout of its enterprise solution, ShoBadge. The new product eliminates the need for usernames and passwords within the enterprise to authorize network and data access, instead using a blockchain-based digital identity verification and authentication process. This investment round was led by existing investors, Morado and AME Cloud Ventures with new participation from Storm Ventures, Danhua Capital, Correlation Ventures, Recruit Strategic Partners and Robert Tinker, founder and former CEO of MobileIron.
— The Block (@TheBlockNews) August 23, 2017
Orion Health and NextGate Renew Partnership
Orion Health (@OrionHealth), a global provider of healthcare information technology advancing population health management, has extended its partnership with NextGate, a company with expertise in patient and organization identity management. The new agreement further cements the ten-year relationship between the two companies by extending the partnership globally.
AbleTo Raises $36.6 Million in Series D Funding, Led by Bain Capital Ventures
AbleTo, Inc. (@ableto_health), a provider of technology-enabled behavioral health solutions proven to improve patient outcomes and lower healthcare costs, announced it has closed $36.6 million in financing, led by Bain Capital Ventures and also includes strategic investor Aetna. All of AbleTo’s existing investors, including .406 Ventures, Sandbox Industries, HLM Venture Partners, and Horizon Healthcare Services, Inc. also participated in the round.
Caradigm and RightPatient Partner to Offer Complementary Solutions for Healthcare Single Sign-On and Cloud-Based Biometric Patient Identification
In response to the growing urgency for healthcare providers to reduce security and compliance risk, secure data, protect privacy and increase safety, RightPatient (@RightPatient) announced a new partnership with Caradigm (@Caradigm), a GE Healthcare company, that offers a suite of comprehensive identity and access management solutions to safeguard patient identities, secure patient data, and improve clinical and IT operational efficiency. The RightPatient Caradigm partnership provides a unique bundle of healthcare solutions that combines the industry’s most versatile biometric patient identification service with the only integrated identity and access management solution.
Inferscience Announces Integration Partnership with drchrono
Inferscience (@Inferscience) is proud to announce that its clinical decision support system, Infera, is now fully integrated with drchrono (@drchrono). Infera will provide drchrono end users with patient specific and evidence based care recommendations in real time. Infera was designed by clinicians to meet the needs and challenges faced by group medical practices, urgent care centers and hospitals. Drchrono end users will now be able to consistently practice evidence-based medicine, deliver patient-centric treatment rather than condition-specific treatment and manage patients based on the latest clinical guidelines and peer reviewed data.
— drchrono (@drchrono) August 30, 2017
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