Re: Walmart Health: Just had a great dental visit this morning, which was preceded by helpful reminders from Epic, and…
New York City-based urgent care chain CityMD will acquire competitors STAT Health and FirstMed Immediate Medical Care, bringing its total locations to nearly 100. Over half of those are on EClinicalWorks, which CityMD rolled out in 2016. Google tells me STAT Health uses Medent.
Announcements and Implementations
PerfectServe will integrate its team collaboration platform with QGenda’s physician scheduling software to accurately deliver calls and messages.
Patient education and branded content company PatientPoint works with MeUCare to develop a multimedia messaging tool for physicians and their patients.
Compulink adds text-based patient messaging capabilities to its Dermatology Advantage EHR and PM software.
CampDoc.com adds single sign-on and account management technology from Christensen Computer Company to its EHR for camps.
Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery (FL) will roll out Modernizing Medicine’s EHR and analytics software across its 180-plus clinics.
After a successful pilot, Pottstown Medical Specialists (PA) will utilize Saturn Care’s app-based Chronic Disease Management Program as part of its Chronic Care Management program.
Acquisitions, Funding, Business, and Stock
Scranton, PA-based care management company Signallamp Health raises an undisclosed amount of Series A financing from Sopris Capital.
HIPAA compliance software vendor Compliancy Group announces it now accepts cryptocurrency payments.
Fresh off its $3.5 million settlement with OCR, Fresenius Medical Care North America promotes Ahmad Sharif, MD to CMIO.
Vermont Information Technology Leaders names former Navy SEAL and state legislator Mike Smith interim president and CEO following the retirement of John Evans.
Ann Johnson (Zest Health) will join the American Telemedicine Association as CEO in March.
Nextech Systems hires Wyn Partington (NexTraq) as CMO, and promotes Rebecca Sanford to chief people officer.
Government and Politics
OCR makes it clear that organizations found guilty of HIPAA violations can’t escape their financial penalties by going out of business or declaring bankruptcy.
A few of my favorite #healthpolicyvalentines
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