Allscripts names new officers; Qardio, eClinicalWorks enter health monitoring partnerships & more — 8 health IT key notes

Here are eight recent news updates on health IT companies.

Lundbeck, a pharmaceutical company, has entered into a collaboration with IBM Watson Health to develop medications to treat psychiatric and neurological disorders.

Teladoc is selling shares of its common stock, including 6,650,000 shares offered by Teladoc and 1,600,000 shares offered by certain Teladoc stockholders.

New London, Conn.-based Lawrence + Memorial Hospital went live on its Epic EHR.

Qardio, a digital health company, is joining forces with eClinicalWorks to improve patient health monitoring services.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based Humber River Hospital will upgrade to Meditech's web EHR this year.

Watertown, Mass.-based athenahealth and Indianapolis-based OurHealth, an employee clinic provider, joined forces to better support onsite clinics.

Allscripts Healthcare Solutions appointed Lisa Khorey to the newly created role of chief client delivery officer and named Alan Fowles president of Allscripts International.

A new survey from American Well found 20 percent of individuals would switch providers if another physician in their area offered telehealth services.

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