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Rainbow Health | December 20, 2021
Rainbow Health today announced an extension of its platform Rainbow Care™ to encompass increased features for providers and health systems that offer hospital-at-home programs. The extended services will offer superior care coordination via Rainbow Health's platform and have been designed to address the logistical challenges that hospital-at-home programs are facing, while keeping an overall goal of supporting the operationalization and scalability of the programs.
DrFirst | February 02, 2022
Clinicians rely on accurate information in electronic health record (EHR) systems so that medication, allergy, and immunization data can trigger automatic safety alerts during prescribing and transitions of patient care. But that data can be compromised when moving it from one system to another because of varying terminology, disparities in formulary service vendors, imperfect interoperability standards, and inconsistent use of national drug codes. Now, a new partnership by InfoWerks Data Ser...
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Exact Sciences Corp. | January 10, 2022
Exact Sciences Corp.announced today it has acquired PreventionGenetics, a genetic testing laboratory, to complement its advanced cancer diagnostics portfolio and support its entrance into hereditary cancer testing (HCT). PreventionGenetics provides the clinical lab, expertise, and foundational technology necessary to accelerate the availability of HCT and help more patients know their germline risk of cancer and other diseases.
"PreventionGenetics is a natur...
HealthITSecurity.com | February 19, 2020
Microsoft issued a rare legacy patch for vulnerability known as BlueKeep, which impacts about 1 million devices. According to a new report from CyberMDX, about 45 percent of connected medical devices are vulnerable to an exploit.The initial patch for CVE-2019-0708 on the Windows 2003, Windows 7, Server 2008, and XP Systems was released in May 2019. Federal agencies and Microsoft repeatedly warned organizations to apply the patch given its similarities to earlier global cyberattacks like WannaCry...
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