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7-12-2012 7-38-02 AM

Memphis Obstetrics & Gynecological Association (TN) selects MED3OOO’s InteGreat EHR for its 24 providers.

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The 80-center MedExpress Urgent Care implements athenaCollector and athenaCommunicator.

Allscripts partners with biopharmaceutical services company Quintiles to jointly develop solutions that leverage de-identified longitudinal data to improve the drug development process.

South Hills Radiology Associates (PA) contracts with McKesson Revenue Management Solutions for billing services for its 14-physician practice.

Arthritis Associations of South Florida implements Anoto Group’s digital pen and paper technology to import clinical data directly into the practice’s NextGen EHR.

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University Physicians (CO) expands its investment in GE Centricity Business to include payer contracting, document scanning, and integration with the hospital’s EMR.

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The TriZetto Group names former Onlife Health CEO Chris Hunter SVP and president of Trizetto’s physician market group.

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New payment methodologies may have helped primary care physicians increase their 2011 compensation by more than five percent. Also impacting physician compensation: the shift from private  practice to employment by integrated delivery systems and hospitals.

You may have read on HIStalk that I am taking a bit of vacation this week, so today’s post is a bit sparse. Back to the grindstone soon!

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