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Ambulatory health IT company Das Health Ventures acquires Randall Technology Services and its portfolio of Allscripts EHR and practice management solutions.

The acquisition is Das Health’s second this year: It acquired managed IT and cybersecurity services company Technology Seed in August.


December 3 (Thursday) noon ET. “Why Patient-Centered Billing: How University Physicians’ Association Increased Revenue and Reduced Days to Pay.” Sponsor: Relatient. Presenter: Christy Bailey, VP, University Physicians’ Association. Financial recovery calls for a better patient financial experience as providers drive revenue, engage patients, and reduce costs and bad debt. The presenter will talk about patients as payers and how delivering a financial experience that meets their expectations can improve the financial outcomes of providers, hospitals, and health systems.

Previous webinars are on our YouTube channel. Contact Lorre to present your own.



Direct primary care company Crossover Health hires John Hallock (Livongo) as SVP of corporate communications.


Brian Wilson (Ascentis) joins urgent care software vendor Experity as its first chief customer officer.

Announcements and Implementations


Hutchinson Clinic (KS) goes live on ERad’s radiology image and data management software.

Mosaic in Omaha implements telemedicine capabilities from StationMD. The company offers healthcare to patients with behavioral and mental health needs, autism, and intellectual disabilities.


Best in Class Medical Doctors launches an orthopedic telemedicine service. In additional to their hospital work, co-founders and orthopedic surgeons Benedict Nwachukwu, MD and Riley Williams, MD are both affiliated with minor and major league sports teams.



TechCrunch inadvertently discovers that NTreatment, a psychiatry and therapy-focused EHR and practice management company, left a cloud-based server unsecured for an unspecified amount of time. The server, which has since been encrypted, contains 109,000 files with lab results, doctor’s notes, claims data, and other PHI.


The local paper profiles Texas native and AMA President Susan Bailey, MD highlighting the impact COVID-19 has had on her priorities for the organization. Bailey originally planned to focus on helping members overcome administrative and regulatory burdens and physician burnout, but has since pivoted to advocating for telemedicine policies. Her practice, Allergy & Asthma Associates in Forth Worth, flipped to virtual visits earlier this year due to a lack of PPE.

Sponsor Updates

  • Digital.com includes AdvancedMD and EClinicalWorks among the best medical billing companies of 2020.

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