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Analysis: Is Oracle Cerner Planning to Build A National EHR?

24th June 2022 – Written by Alex Green – Featured on HIT Consultant – Earlier this month Oracle closed its $28.3B acquisition of Cerner and shortly after Oracle founder and CTO, Larry Ellison, outlined Oracle’s vision for Healthcare IT post-acquisition. The key elements of this vision included: – Developing a solution for a national EHR database. – […]

AI pathology firm Proscia nets $37M investment

14th June 2022 – Contribution by Steve Holloway – Featured on Beckers Hospital Review -Proscia, a company that uses artificial intelligence to treat and research cancer, has raised $37 million in series C funding. Founded in 2014, the data-driven software developer uses digital images rather than microscopes to advance precision medicine and pathology in the oncology field. […]

Proscia Raises $37M Series C To Fulfill The Promise Of Precision Medicine With AI-Enabled Pathology

14th June 2022 – Contributions by Steve Holloway – Featured on Proscia’s website – Proscia®, a leader in digital and computational pathology solutions, has raised $37 million to advance the way we understand and treat diseases like cancer. The round includes participation from Highline Capital Management, Triangle Peak Partners, and Alpha Intelligence Capital as well […]

Video from SIIM 2022: Amy Thompson on trends in Imaging IT

June 14th 2022 – Featured on – We caught up with Amy Thompson of Signify Research at the annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) to get an update of the latest market trends in the world of Imaging IT, including artificial intelligence, enterprise imaging, the cloud, advanced visualization and […]

Why best-of-breed LIS vendors might yet survive EHR’s invasion

31st May 2022 – Written by Imogen Fitt – Featured on – Electronic health record (EHR) vendors are increasingly canabalizing clinical departmental IT administration, such as radiology information systems and cardiology information systems. Best-of-breed laboratory information systems (BoB-LIS) are often viewed as the next departmental IT lamb headed for the slaughter at the altar […]