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Project Japan startups are flush with cash, but investors are starting to worry

Project Japan startups are flush with cash, but investors are starting to worry

By Jonathan LaMantia  |  February 12, 2018

New York healthcare companies continued to attract hundreds of millions in venture-capital funding last year, but some private investors said they are growing more concerned that the investments aren't resulting in either mergers and acquisitions or initial public offerings.

Cerner sees record bookings in Q4

Cerner sees record bookings in Q4

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  February 06, 2018

After a quarter of delayed contracts, Cerner Corp. has more than recovered, hitting record highs for deals closed in the fourth quarter of 2017. The EHR vendor's contract with the VA is still delayed and did not contribute to the record bookings.

Athenahealth misses 2017 bookings goal

Athenahealth misses 2017 bookings goal

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  February 02, 2018

The cloud-based EHR vendor saw demand for its products and services lag in 2017, a year when it announced layoffs of nearly 10% of its workforce.

Advocate will move to a single Epic EHR

Advocate will move to a single Epic EHR

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  February 01, 2018

The health system, which in December announced plans to merge with Aurora Health Care, hopes to gain greater interoperability with the EHR switch.

Outcome Health, investors call a truce

Outcome Health, investors call a truce

By John Pletz  |  January 29, 2018

Outcome Health CEO Rishi Shah has struck a deal with his investors to end a monthslong, bitter and very public feud, allowing them both to focus on rebuilding a once high-flying medical advertising company that has been hurt by lawsuits, fraud allegations and customer and employee defections.

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