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Health IT integration vendor Bridge Connector will move from Miami to expanded office space in Nashville, TN and expects to hire 50 more employees later this year – essentially doubling its workforce. It has raised $10 million since launching two years ago.


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CitiusTech announces GA of BIC-Audit, which leverages the company’s BI-Clinical software to help providers run audits on demand and ensure compliance with quality measurements.


Florida Orthopaedic Institute integrates DocASAP’s patient matching, navigation, and scheduling software with its GE Centricity EHR and practice management system across its nine locations.

North Carolina-based ACO Triad HealthCare Network selects referral management software from Proficient Health to better enable communication and collaboration between providers at over 300 practices.

Digital Health Solutions develops a screening module within its tablet-based Child Health Improvement through Computer Automation (CHICA) software to help pediatricians better assess a patient’s risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy. CHICA was developed by IU School of Medicine professor Stephen Downs, MD through the university’s Innovation and Commercialization Office.


Martin’s Point Health Care implements email and file protection software, as well as secure data retention and archiving technology, from Egress. Martin’s Point serves military families and Medicare Advantage members in seven facilities in Maine and New Hampshire.



HeyDoctor adds opioid overdose prevention medication Naloxone to its direct-to-consumer telemedicine services.


Workit Health secures Series A funding in a round led by Blue Cross Blue Shield Venture Partners that it will use to scale its online addiction treatment service, which includes in-person care, telemedicine, and personalized online recovery courses.



Pharmacists at Lake Odessa Pharmacy in Lansing, MI go above and beyond during last week’s polar vortex, delivering medications via snowmobile to snowbound patients who needed refills. Temperatures in Lansing got down to 4 below zero with wind chills hovering between minus 25 and minus 40. “We’re so grateful that we live in a small community and they’ll do things like that,” said one customer. “We were surprised when we found out and we’re thankful.”

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