Today on Health in 2 Point 00, Jess claims to be blameless for the drama between Jonathan Bush and Glen Tullman. On Episode 198, we talk about Microsoft buying Nuance for $16 billion and $3 billion in debt – is Microsoft taking over healthcare, and is this going to slow Nuance down? Cohere Health raises $36 million in a Series B, working on improving prior authorizations between health plans and providers. We wrap up with a lightning round of IPO rumors regarding Privia Health, VillageMD, and Bright Health. —Matthew Holt
We almost forgot to do Health in 2 Point 00 at HIMSS—but don’t worry, here it is. On Episode 70, Jess and I give you a rundown of everything that happened at HIMSS. Jess asks me about the biggest gossip at HIMSS (anyone notice Atul Gawande wasn’t there?), all the talk about ONC rules, new and exciting things at the exhibit hall, and the best and worst parties of HIMSS.—Matthew Holt
Epic Scores Another Big Win
Scripps Health selects Epic to replace its existing GE Healthcare’s Centricity Enterprise (inpatient) and Allscripts Enterprise (outpatient). The San Diego-based Scripps includes five acute-care campuses, 26 outpatient clinics, and 2,600 affiliated physicians.
No doubt that this is one that Cerner had hoped to win.
Marlin Equity Partners Acquires e-MDs
Marlin Equity Partners acquires ambulatory EMR provider e-MDs. Marlin will merge e-MDs with its existing portfolio company MDeverywhere, a provider of RCM and credentialing services for physicians. e-MD founderContinue reading…
The Health Care Blog is produced at our offices in San Francisco with the help of a network of dedicated supporters around the country, including hundreds of journalists, med students, researchers, doctors, programmers, healthcare workers and other friends of the site.
THCB would not be possible without the support of generous corporate underwriters like our friends at Nuance Communications.
THCB is underwritten on a public interest journalism model similar to that employed by PBS and sites