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Cerner hits all-time high on strong 1Q results

Shares of Cerner Corp. jumped Friday after the electronic medical records company posted strong first-quarter results and increased contract bookings, and raised its expectations for the full year. Full story

Cerner chief operating officer resigns

Cerner Corp., which provides electronic medical record systems and revenue management software for doctors and medical centers, said Friday that Mike Valentine will resign as chief operating officer effective May 13. Full story

Field hospital a model for crisis care

   Jan. 19: An Israeli field hospital is up and running in Haiti, complete with electronic medical records and a neonatal ICU unit. NBC's Nancy Snyderman reports.

Little screening of kids for obesity complications

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Only a minority of obese youths are screened for diabetes, liver problems and high cholesterol, electronic medical records from an Ohio healthcare system show. Full story

Fulfilling Healthcare’s Digital Promise

   Ron Dixon, Director of the Virtual Practice Pilot at Massachusetts General Hospital, believes patients and physicians should have the same level of access to electronic medical records.

Obama health czar directed firms in trouble

Nancy-Ann DeParle, President Barack Obama’s health policy czar, served as a director of corporations that faced scores of federal investigations, whistleblower lawsuits and other regulatory actions, according to government records reviewed by the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American Universi Full story

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Veterans given wrong drug doses due to glitch


  Obama announces '21st Century V.A.'

April 9: President Obama announces the creation of a unified electronic medical record that will follow troops from their entry into the armed forces, through their entire service.

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