Editor’s Pick Practice Fusion raised a $70 million fourth round of funding this morning, a few months after we reported series D talks.
According to a survey of 5,000 practicing doctors, many physicians are nervous about their ability to make money in the coming year, thanks to technology complexities, health care reform, and other issues.
“We have all this patient information that doesn’t reside anywhere else,” said Practice Fusion CEO Ryan Howard on stage at HealthBeat.
AirStrip has an ambitious goal: To cut through the incompatibilities clogging up the free flow of medical information between doctors and nurses.
Before health care providers can handle “big data,” they first need to learn how to deal with small data.
Digital technology is fundamentally transforming the practice of medicine, but Dr. David Levin, the Chief Medical Information Officer at the Cleveland Clinic, said this is still unchartered territory.
For Farzad Mostashari, the United States’ national coordinator for health information technology, there are three major areas that need a tech touch — and also provide an opportunity for making major money.